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This house is thought to be one of the most haunted mansions in Savannah. Robert E. Lee used to frequent this dwelling back in the day…
This house is a National Historic Landmark and part of the Telfair Museum of Arts.
These homes are considered to be the most haunted in Savannah (multiple answers).
This is the birthplace for the founder of the Girl Scouts of America
This home was saved from the wrecking ball by the Savannah Historic Foundation.
This historic home received an award from the White House and President George W Bush for it’s 2000-2003 restoration project.
This historic house was built for $25,000 in 1892 and is now a bed a breakfast.
This house was once owned by football legend Joe Namath.
Revolutionary War Hero Marquis de Lafayette was a guest of this home in 1825.
The owner of this home was a wealthy banker from Massachusetts and it’s said that he buried his gold in the garden during the Civil War.