Olde Pink HouseThe James Habersham House, more commonly known as Savannah’s Olde Pink House because of the pink stucco that covers its exterior bricks, has a long and fascinating history.

Located in Savannah’s Historic District – but of course! the mansion predates the formation of the United States, after all – the Olde Pink House faces Reynolds Square. It was built in the British colony of Georgia in the late 1700’s by merchant, statesman, and loyalist James Habersham (1712 – 1775). (more…)