Optional 3rd Bedroom
Private 2-car Garage
Priced Starting at Just Over $1 Million
Reminiscent of the city’s historic row houses, these Upper East River residences whisper of their region and namesake, and invite new stories within their walls.
In 1878, Leopold Adler purchased a failing Savannah department store and brought it back to life under his name. This restorative endeavor would define his family’s heritage for decades to come. Notably, it influenced his daughter-in-law to cofound the Historic Savannah Foundation, which saved the well-known Isaiah Davenport House from demolition.
The Adler family’s entrepreneurial spirit and drive to improve, balanced with a respect for that which came before, embodies the character and values of Savannah and its people.
Gas lanterns, authentic wrought iron, beautiful crown molding … Adler is finely outfitted at every turn. Although this is a brand-new build, its design is respectful to the history and architecture of Savannah, and the interior details speak to the elegance and tastefulness of times gone by.
Once you’ve selected your floor plan, the personal aspect of the process begins. The on-site Design Center showcases different finish packages, which each encompass a cohesive collection of surfaces, fixtures, and cabinet veneers. And, there’s more.
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