For Sale

Picturesque mini-estate in the heart of the Westbrook Community at Savannah Quarters. Set amidst the Greg Norman designed 18-hole golf course with superb lagoon views, this +/- 6,500 s.ft. custom built home boasts exceptional proportions and an extraordinary attention to detail. Immaculately manicured grounds w/ pool and pool house set the tone for this grand showcase home. Double height entry foyer, light filled Living & Dining spaces, Flex Rm, private Office/Study and a stunning double height chefs Kitchen are all found on the Main Level along with the luxurious Master Suite. Upstairs boasts the Bedroom Wing (3 ensuite BD / Bth arrangements) and a separate Guest Wing (with over-scaled Media Rm, private Laundry & Kitchenette facilities). Thoughtfully designed, expertly crafted, beautifully styled- 135 Puttenham Crossing offers an opportunity to live life at its very best!

Property Details

  • Beds: 5
  • Baths: 7.0
  • Sq Feet: 6471
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Lake: (private pond)
  • Acres: 0.630
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  • Waterfront: Yes
  • Waterview: No
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  • County: Chatham County
  • Lake Community: Westbrook At Savanh Quarters
  • Heat/AC: Fireplace
  • Garage: Off Street
  • Siding: Brick
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  • Roof: Composition Shingle
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  • Fireplaces: Has Fireplace
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  • MLS #: 222332

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Added on: Sep 01, 2020
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Listing Agent: Bradford C Moody, Seabolt Brokers LLC, 912-233-6609 Listing Site
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