Honor yourself as the next Steward of the Francis Stone House c. 1817, & own a piece of Savannah’s history. Not only was it the first home saved by the ”Revolving Fund” which started the Historic Preservation movement in Savannah, but it was the last home restored by one of Savannah’s favorite sons and preservationist, Mills B. Lane. Perched on idyllic Columbia Square in the National Historic Landmark District, this historic treasure is considered one of the finest examples of Federal style architecture in Savannah. The home has evolved over the years with the lower floor dating back to the 1790’s. Meticulously restored in 1994, Lane salvaged every architectural detail possible keeping the homes historic integrity. You’ll be able to transport yourself to the South of Spain amongst the citrus trees, one of the largest heated pools in the Historic District or enjoy a cool beverage on the veranda.The first floor is currently a rental unit providing a steady income stream to the owner.