The Savannah inspiration for this Sweet Bottom home was built in 1842 for Anne Pittman. Although this Federal-style frame house was built during the Antebellum era (1800-1865), its design relates directly to detailing, scale and proportion of neighboring Federal houses built in the Colonial era (1607-1800). The Washington Square location of this home lies between the Trustee's Garden and the business district and includes a mixture of frame and brick structures with frame-type dominating. The Sweet Bottom house employs quoins on the front corners, adding a feeling of strength.
St. Anne's Court - Savannah
Era: Antebellum
Style: Federal (1760-1830)
3848 St. Anne’s Court
504 East St. Julian Street, Savannah (1842)
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