Townhouses

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant, Dining Room

    When dining at the 1789 you might not feel like you're in the heart of Georgetown but perhaps stepping back in time.    See the Image

  • Stairs: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    A tasteful blend of old and new, the townhouse combines original elements such as the wood floors, plasterwork and noble stair bannisters with updated amenities like central electric cooling and an…   See the Image

  • Porch: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    The house sits at the edge of beautiful Pulaski square. A deep, wide porch with drop-down blinds assures that the shade is plentiful even on the steamiest day.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    Dueling chefs in your family? Two kitchens will keep everyone happy. In this one, aqua-colored cabinetry and doors and painted black "tiles" on the wood floor playfully add a retro feel.   See the Image

  • Dining Room: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    Pocket doors slide back to allow flow between the living and dining rooms. Ornate chandeliers suspend from the ceiling in both rooms further connecting the two spaces together.   See the Image

  • Yellow Bedroom: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    This bedroom suite includes an elegantly appointed bathroom and crystal chandelier.   See the Image

  • Blue Bedroom 2: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    Built-in floor-to-ceiling shelves and cabinets provide ample storage in this bedroom. A plaster medallion in the ceiling enhances the beauty of the simple chandelier.   See the Image

  • Green Bedroom: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    Avocado walls create richness and warmth in this bedroom when paired with the dark floors and classic furniture.   See the Image

  • Skylight Bedroom: Historic Townhouse in Savannah, Ga.

    Sunlight pours into this bedroom from its generous windows as well as from a skylight. The room also features one of the home's many fireplaces.   See the Image

  • Victorian Curb Appeal, San Francisco's Painted Ladies

    The Painted Ladies of the Haight near Alamo Square are one of the most recognizable examples of classic Victorian architecture with killer curb appeal.    See the Image