Savannah’s charm is something out of a
fairytale – it’s the most beautiful city in the nation.
We’re not just saying that – we’ve
actually earned the bragging rights on this one. USA Weekend Magazine declared
Savannah one of the “Top 10 Most Beautiful Places in America.” The New York
Times named us one of the “World’s Top Ten Trendy Travel Hot Spots.” Conde Nast
Traveler picked us as a “Top 10 U.S City to Visit.”
Southern Living placed us as second on its
“Best Southern City” list. And Outlook Magazine called us one of the “Top 25
Places to Live and Work.”
When you’re in Savannah, you know it. The City’s
character has ripened over time by looking to our heritage – honoring and
loving it – then driving change to realize dreams.
Our gnarled, twisting trees – some hundreds of years
old – have witnessed this change but remain firmly rooted in our community’s
If they could
talk, these trees would spin remarkable tales of Savannah’s past. But they
would tell even better stories about what lies ahead.
We’re not just saying that – we’ve actually earned the bragging rights on this one. USA Weekend Magazine declared Savannah one of the “Top 10 Most Beautiful Places in America.” The New York Times named us one of the “World’s Top Ten Trendy Travel Hot Spots.” Conde Nast Traveler picked us as a “Top 10 U.S City to Visit.”
When you’re in Savannah, you know it. The City’s character has ripened over time by looking to our heritage – honoring and loving it – then driving change to realize dreams.
Savannah, Georgia, is the quintessential Southern city. It seamlessly folds into its vibrant culture
every worthwhile aspect of life from areas all over the Southeastern United States and emerges as
the crown jewel.
The Historic Landmark District begins along the southern bank of the Savannah River. Each careful
step along cobblestone River Street takes visitors and residents alike, more than 250 years back in
time. Place a hand on the relentless masonry of any of the warehouse-style brick buildings, now
converted to restaurants and shops, lofts and residences, and the magic of this unique place will
Up weathered stone steps on bustling Bay Street, the city proper begins. This is a place populated
by architectural masterpieces, celebrating Victorian, Antebellum, and Greek revival styles. Many times a walk through the city feels more European than Southern American. Under the
canopy of monolithic, Spanish moss-laden live oaks, 22 squares reserve a significant portion of land,
making the city green as it is constructed and as traditional as it is progressive. With history,
events, festivals, and artistic culture not to be missed, Historic Savannah is not just a place to live,
but a place to be lived.
Ardsley Park was Savannah, Georgia’s first suburb, established in 1911. Originally over 5,000 trees
were planted in Ardsley Park, providing most homes with a beautiful oak tree canopy. Residential
styles include a lovely mixture of primarily four- and five-bedroom grand southern mansions, Tudor,
Spanish Mediterranean and quaint, craftsman-style bungalows, all situated on tree-lined streets
punctuated by verdant parks. Ardsley Park is convenient to all of Savannah’s business and
The Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent Historic District was added to the Register in 1985.
Architectural Styles include Late 19th And Early 20th Century American Movements, Late 19th And
20th Century Revivals, and Late Victorian. Most homes were built in the first half of the 20th century.
Separating Savannah from the Atlantic Ocean is a myriad of islands that are home to a diverse
population of wildlife and many quiet, small residential neighborhoods. Life in these communities is
bound together by the dynamic, twisting creeks and rivers of the Intracoastal Waterway, making it
the most serene and natural in all of Savannah.
The region includes Whitemarsh, Oatland, and Isle of Hope. Wilmington is the largest of the islands.
As with every aspect of Savannah, homes in this area include various architectural styles dating
back to the 1800s. The marshland islands are a special place with their natural beauty and
tranquility. Long promenade docks with patios are iconic features of many properties, making fishing
a way of life and watercraft an integrated part of day-to-day living.
Skidaway Island/The Landings
The Landings boasts 6 championship golf courses, 3 tennis centers totaling 34 courts, two full-service deep-water marinas, 5 swimming pools (3 outdoor, most heated, and 2 indoor), a fitness
center, and fine dining in four clubhouses, all in a spectacular natural setting on Skidaway Island.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery while kayaking, biking 40 miles of trails, hiking the nature preserves, or
just relaxing looking out over breathtaking waterfront views. The marinas offer dry storage, wet slips,
fuel, electrical hook-up, showers, complete repair services, and kayak rentals, and the Sailing Club
maintains seven sailboats for member use. The gated community also offers a playground, parks, a
dog park, lagoons, an athletic field, a community garden, and dozens of social and hobby groups
that make it easy to make friends. Just outside The Landings, also on Skidaway Island, is a state park
and an aquarium facility that offers more waterfront walking trails, a grocery store, banks, and other shops and services. The Truman Parkway gives easy access to the southside as well as
West Chatham Real Estate makes up Savannah’s newest developments as the recent
increase in residential buildings continues to expand westward in Savannah’s Chatham County.
Homebuilding is focused on Pooler, Georgia, the Godley Station area, the Berwick area, and a
dozen large master-planned communities, including Southbridge and Savannah Quarters, which are
attractive golf communities. West Chatham, Real Estate communities offer easy access to the
Interstate highways 95 and 16 and the Hilton Head Savannah International Airport make it a
popular choice for commuters.
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Tybee Island is Savannah’s brilliant contact point with the Atlantic Ocean and beach life. An east coast resort community in the truest sense, here you will find three miles of glittering sandy beaches, fine and casual dining, and an exciting nightlife to match.
Summer months warm the ocean waters, welcoming the annual influx of vacationers, and as the seasons change, give permanent residents the chance to enjoy the softer side of beach living. Homes on Tybee Island range from the Historic, surrounding Tybee Lighthouse and Fort Screven in the north, to modern coastal masterpieces down the shore. Bungalows and cottages of varying size and style paint the island in pastels in between. In addition to the breadth of architectural options, the Intracoastal Waterway and countless channels on the west side of the island provide access to the ocean as well as seclusion from the main thoroughfare. So whether you are looking for a vacation home, rental investment property, or a permanent residence, the friendly community of Tybee can satisfy your coastal desires