Tybee Island – Summertime is beach vacation time for many of us, so I wanted to share a few of my favorite old homes on Tybee Island, which used to be known as Savannah Beach. Stayed on the north end of Tybee on my last trip, and had a chance to really check out the Historic District around Ft. Screven and the Lighthouse. There are some great historic homes all around here! From a tin roofed cottage, to a big old house – Tybee has it all. Sun, sand, and historic homes – let’s go!
Taking a morning walk, had an opportunity to take in the homes on Officers Row. They all have a very similar floor plan, and were mostly built in the late 1800s. This first house has been converted into the Surf Song Bed & Breakfast. You can check out their website, which has some great pictures of the guest rooms here.
Circa 1898, now a B&B
All these homes have huge front lawns, and a sidewalk that connects them. They all have a great view of the water!
Tybee Island – Officers Row
They just keep going and going!
This one has that historic look, so I’m including it! Love all the American Flags
Moving inland from Officers Row, the homes may be a little bit smaller, but just as charming.
Great vacation rental!
I love screened porches – probably because I’m a mosquito magnet, and screened porches sure do help with that!
Love this porch
With this being a former base, it’s so nice to see that a lot of it has been reused and repurposed into homes. This was the Enlisted Mens Mess Hall, which has been turned into a vacation rental, you can see some inside pics here.
Enlisted Mens Mess Hall, Now A Vacation Rental
Another B&B I walked by is the Lighthouse Inn, built in 1910. Just love the look of this place!
Lighthouse Inn B&B, Built 1910
I had a chance a while back to tour the Head Keepers cottage of the Lighthouse, and have a full post and inside tour of it here.
Head Keepers Cottage
As we wrapped up a good long walk on Tybee Island, Leroy was keeping an eye on everything at the Lighthouse!
At Tybee Lighthouse
Wishing everyone a happy 4th of July weekend! Thanks so much for reading the blog, I really appreciate it!