Andrew Low House

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Architect John S. Norris built this house in 1850; it was the home of William and Juliette Gordon Low. It is now a house museum. If you pay a visit, listen closely as you tour the historic home. Both guests and workers have witnessed the sound of unexplained footsteps. The staff attributes the sounds to “Old Tom,” the Lows’ longtime butler.

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329 Abercorn St
Savannah, GA 31401
United States

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32.073027, -81.09248400000001
Chatham County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Savannah, GA (0.8 mi.)
Thunderbolt, GA (3.7 mi.)
Garden City, GA (4.6 mi.)
Whitemarsh Island, GA (5.4 mi.)
Isle of Hope, GA (6.6 mi.)
Port Wentworth, GA (6.7 mi.)
Vernonburg, GA (7.6 mi.)
Wilmington Island, GA (8.5 mi.)
Montgomery, GA (9.3 mi.)
Pooler, GA (9.5 mi.)

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