The 1846 Sturdevant Home is situated on a double, corner lot & built to last with imported mahogany bannisters, black Egyptian mantles, & locally forged ironwork. Local lumber mills crafted timber into stunning, wide plank floors. The scale is large and windows are oversized & plentiful to maximize light. In the 1960’s, the first large scale renovation saw the installation of pink, Ga. granite steps, air conditioning, and eventually a saltwater pool. Today, the home remains a private residence behind gardens and mature crepe myrtles. It still has a commanding view of Pulaski Square and now sports a fabulous, new kitchen, beautiful exterior decks, a walled courtyard, elevator, and covered parking. The first floor is a separate short term vacation rental with solid income sufficient to cover most (if not all) taxes and maintenance. The Sturdevant home offers an excellent opportunity to live in & enjoy one of the most desirable sections of the Landmark Historic District.