I Sought Out Brick Architecture in Savannah

I admired some of the brick architecture on a visit to Savannah during the month of December…

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Romeo and Juliette balconies and shaped boxwoods flanking a gated entry..

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A bay window on the second story…

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Love the windows and shutters…

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An ivy-covered house…could it be brick underneath? And what damage is the ivy doing to the structure? Pretty but potentially problematic…

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From my horse carriage I see more brick…

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I wonder what it looks like inside?

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Beware of the dangling moss…don’t ever touch it!

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I like the columns on this portico for Brick House 319…

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Some more brick next to a restaurant with outdoor café tables…

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A Victorian with a brick foundation…

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I see some brick in this picture…

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A touch of whimsy with Boston ferns…

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Check out the brick sidewalk!

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And last but not least, the tiniest house in historic Savannah has a brick fireplace. I wish it had a cedar shake roof!

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TRAVEL TIP: For anyone who plans to visit Savannah, I recommend a 90-minute narrated Old Savannah Tour.

 

 

 

 

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