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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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This home is amazing! The structure has been so maintained and just beautiful. We had a fantastic tour guide - Eve who has been doing this for 14 yrs. She was very knowledgable and made you feel like you were in that very time! The...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the Andrew Low House in Savannah's historic district. We arrived before the house opened for the day, yet we were immediately given a warm greeting by Judi, one of the docents. Our wait in the cool and shaded garden...More
The house is pretty well preserved with a lot of furniture being the original. Our docent was fairly new, but did impart quite a bit of histiory. One of the lesser expensive tours and worth the time to tour. Be sure to ask for senior...More
Andrew Low House is a classic and elegant mansion located on Lafayette Square in the historical section of Savannah. The home is now an open air museum with tour guides to explain the homes occupants and history. Jolly Chriss.
Nice place. What makes this mansion worth visiting is the engrossing story of the contrast between the business success of Andrew Low - 'the wealthiest man in Savannah' - and his personal family sadnesses.
Low was incredibly wealthy and had strong European ties. Beautiful house. The guide was friendly and seemed to enjoy giving tours and sharing Savannah's history with us. She graciously answered all questions. Two people died in this house. ... Perhaps, there are some ghosts lurking?
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.