SOLD! Luscious Little Cottage now has new owners.
The home sleeps five (one Queen, three twins) comfortably and has been updated
to include central heat and air, full bathroom and kitchen, plus outdoor shower.

This cottage is located next to the 99 Steps cottage (and is only 135 steps to the beach!) To own this home, you must be in search of the adventurous lifestyle and be 'cottage people.'

Luscious Little Cottage sold just two weeks after fabulous pictures were posted on the web.

"Next door to 99 Steps is the Luscious Little Cottage, which was built as housing for the Corps of Engineers staff who were building the road to Tybee in the 1920s. (Before that, all we had was a train.)

"Luscious Little Cottage is a one room cottage, with a vertical half-wall divider for the bed. 9 pocket windows throughout for light and breeze. A day bed with big soft linen shams for reclining and watching the ocean and the ships pass into the Savannah harbor. An old ticket booth sits in the back yard for added sleeping room (we call it 'The Roost' with twin beds made of old driftwood wood found on Tybee beaches.) Lots of local art, and the fabric is vintage Carlton Varney on two slipcovered chairs. An old platform rocker with stripe slipcover and fun old stuff like simple white curtains with the ocean breeze blowing through, new funky light from home accent store is the only 'new' thing except the floor lamp from Target. The accents are colors for contrast with the fresh whites."

Owned by the Heriot family until the heirs decided to sell it to Jane whose wish was to protect the remaining streetscape of the cottages. PalmCottage had once been to the left of Luscious, and it was untouched until the people inherited it and wanted to tear it down to build big at which point Jane moved it to a safe place.

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To learn more about this special cottage, call Jane Coslick at (912) 354-8602 or
email her at

Luscious Little Cottage