Located at the intersection of Abercorn St and E. 37th, the Krouskoff House (c. 1890) is in the heart of the burgeoning Midtown/ Thomas Square commercial corridor. A superlative example of turn-of-the-century Victorian architecture, building has original hardwood floors, stunning "Eastlake Staircase" entry hall, ceiling frescos by Peter Gorichi, numerous fireplaces, etc. The property itself consists of 2 buildings (total: +/-3,779 s.ft.) on a corner site(+/-10,010 s.ft.) with parking lot. Superb corner location with 20,000 + daily traffic flow, maximum visibility and in the middle of Savannah's developing Restaurant Row-Elizabeth's on 37th, the soon-to-be-open La Scala, Cotton & Rye, Blowin' Smoke, The Vault, Atlantic, etc. Approximately 5 minutes to the CBD. Zoned TC-1, the Krouskoff House is a rare offering of architectural significance with numerous possibilities for development. Property is sold "as is".