Savannah, GA is known for its beautiful cemeteries, paranormal activity, thriving culinary scene and, of course, historic architecture. But a house in the Hostess City market has Twitter users asking questions.
A tweet from popular real estate account Zillow Gone Wild shares photos of the listing for 414 E. Macon Street, a residential home for sale in Savannah’s famous historic district.
The highlight of the post is the home’s quirky and over-the-top interior design, which apparently varies depending on the room.
“Either you love or you hate [it]. There is no middle ground,” one user remarked in the comments.
The majestic living room is depicted with blue and gold stone columns, a chandelier and a hand painted ceiling.
The dining room is complete with exaggerated gold curtains, bright red chairs, extravagantly carved archways, and tropical palm tree scenes painted on the walls and ceiling.
The dining room. Point2Homes.com
“Marie Antoinette called and asked if they could cut the excess down a bit.” one twitter user joked under the pole highlighting the interiors of the house.
“I would love to live my life like it was on the set of a regency era movie 🥺” RE/MAX real estate account based in California stepped in.
But not everyone was a fan.
“I know someone finds it elegant or whatever, but to me it’s just visual chaos,” Twitter user Michael Samonek commented, criticizing the interior design decisions made with the property.
The replica of the statue of David from the court also caught the attention of amused netizens.
The court statue.Point2Homes.com
“They took some *liberties* with this version of David in the yard,” one commenter remarked, referring to the statue’s endowment.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom Colonial-style home was built in 1885. It is located in downtown Savannah’s coveted historic district and is listed for nearly $2 million on Point2Homes.