The chic historic townhouse sits on charming Chatham Square, one block from Forsyth Park. The area contains some of the city’s best row houses. This prestigious area is a short walk to the best museums, historic sites, restaurants, and shops.
Recently renovated with a designers eye toward style is on the parlor level of an original 1854 town home directly on Chatham Square. Living room features 49″ flat screen smart tv with Xfinity Cable and Wi-Fi, sleeper sofa and two chairs. The dining room seats four. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Washer/dryer located in unit. Master bedroom features a queen bed and en suite bathroom with tub/shower combo. The property has a private balcony and shared courtyard. We are not pet-friendly. SVR 856
HISTORIC GORDON ROW: Gordon Row was built in two phases between 1852 and 1854. In the first phase, the 3 or 4 houses on each end of the block were built and in the second phase the middle portion was built. There are a total of 15 houses in the row. The houses were built in the Federalist (US) or Regency Style (UK). Each house is four stories high and contains about 3,300 square feet. The Federalist Style emphasizes square, classical features, plain decorations and mirror image rooms.