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Andrew Low commissioned New York architect John Norris to design and construct his house in 1848. Norris came to Savannah to design the Custom House on Bay Street and remained in Savannah to build many desirable residences with the latest in...more
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Andrew Low was the father-in-law of Juliet Gordon Low , who later founded the Girl Scouts in America. However, before that. Andrew Low and his family held a place in Savannah society and established a beautiful home.
The docents were particularly knowledgeable and friendly and...More
I arrived late to Savannah and didn't have time to tour the house in the day time. I opted for one of the graveyard and ghost tour trolley rides which gave us access to the house from a haunted perspective. It was good fun and...More
Tour was excellent. Tour guide knew her history so well and made it very interesting. Wish we could have toured the basement living to understand the helps lifestyle a little better. Overall I recommend seeing this home and how much different HD lived vs the...More
I ducked in and caught a tour on a rainy holiday weekend. The docents are very good and knowledgeable, as well as easy to understand. Interesting home with beautiful materials used in construction and nice, period antiques throughout, although not much original to the first...More
This is a must stop for a Girl Scout. Owned by Juliette Gordon Lows father in law and then inherited by her and her husband. She died in this house. Interesting hearing the history of the family and how it related to Juliette. Nice seeing...More
We toured this house as part of our Old Town Trolley Haunted Ghost Tour. It was pretty interesting. Very well maintained. I would like to return to learn more about the house as it was a limited tour due to the fact we were on...More
The entrance to the home alone had about 15 steps (we entered with our tour through the back). To tour the second floor is another 15-18 steps. I would not recommend taking the tour if you can't do more than 5 steps.