Built in 1820 by a freed slave, is this perfect little house in Savannah, Georgia.
They call it Freeman’s Cottage.
Located in the heart of Savannah’s Historical District, this darling vacation rental is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
It was built in the early 19th century by a free man of color – John Ballom.
Mr. Ballom got it just right with this charming 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom cottage.
The living room is warm and cozy with exposed wood walls and ceiling.
This vacation rental can sleep up to four people, is dog friendly, and runs around $165/night.
The decor is serene and welcoming.
Have a look at the open kitchen with a brick fireplace focal point:
Beyond the kitchen is the sun room with a view of the secluded garden patio.
Notice the backside of the fireplace?
The one full bath is finished with shiplap walls:
Up the staircase, is the lone bedroom in the attic space…
Look how light and bright and lovely it is!
Outside, guests can enjoy themselves in the private courtyard garden…
Freeman’s Cottage is conveniently located within walking distance to shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, and historic sites.
There is just no contest between this enchanting well-equipped cottage and a boring chain hotel!