Marcus & Millichap is pleased to offer the opportunity to acquire the HAMILTON-TURNER INN located in Savannah, Georgia. This boutique hotel consists of 17 guest rooms which are individually designed, with touches that vary from 11-foot windows and antique four-poster beds to walk-in showers or slipper tubs or private entrances. The property offers many unique guest experiences, as no two rooms are the same. In addition to the main building, the property also has a separate carriage house with three bedrooms and three baths. We pride ourselves in our luxurious presence while maintaining personal touches and ensuring each guest enjoys every moment of their stay.
Built in 1873 by prominent local businessman and alderman Samuel Pugh Hamilton, known then as The Lord of Lafayette Square, the private mansion became a hub for Savannahs social scene , with its grand architecture and interiors lending a touch of grandiosity to the many gatherings of the elite. Over 100 years later, John Berendts novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil made note of the raucous parties thrown by Joe Odom, who at one time managed the property. Three years later, the Inn made a cameo appearance in the Clint Eastwood-directed film of the same name starring Kevin Spacey and John Cusack..
Savannah’s economy is considered very stable due to multiple industries including healthcare, education, tourism, logistics and distribution. Savannah also benefits from a large military presence, the Hunter Army Airfield is currently home to over 30,000 residents and creates a $5.5 billion dollar economic impact to the region. The Port of Savannah is the fourth largest and fastest growing container port in the United States. The port, by itself, is responsible for 7.6% of the U.S. containerized loaded cargo volume and more than 17% of the East Coast Container trade. Savannah was recognized nationally as one of the “Best Cities for Affordable Getaways” as well as one of “America’s Best Cities” by Travel + Leisure Magazine.