Neighborhoods

Our Beautiful Savannah Neighborhoods

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Ardsley Park

Size 900-8000 sqft
Built 1915-1950’s
Price 160-1.2m

 

Ardsley Park is one of Savannah’s most sought after communities. It is situated between Bull Street and Waters Avenue South of Victory Drive and North of Columbus Drive. This community is well known for the traditional brick homes and the large mansions that line the Abercorn Corridor South of Victory Drive. It features many community parks throughout that promote an afternoon stroll or morning run. There are many locally owned businesses scattered throughout the community that offer unique services and merchandise.

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Baldwin Park

Size 900-3700 sqft
Built 1910-1940’s
Price 144-475k

 

Situated between  Price and Waters Avenue and North of Victory Drive to East 40th Street. This community is a terrific neighborhood filled with both Craftsman and Victorian homes. These beautiful homes line the Oak filled streets of Victory Drive and each have a unique feel. The neighborhood is rich with eclectic taste, people, entrepreneurs, young professionals and culture.

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Downtown

Savannah’s recorded history begins in 1733. That’s the year General James Oglethorpe and the 120 passengers of the good ship “Anne” landed on a bluff high along the Savannah River in February. Oglethorpe named the 13th and final American colony “Georgia” after England’s King George II. Savannah became its first city.

Downtown Savannah is a treasure of history, art, commerce and magnificent homes. This area is teaming with life and easy access to many city amenities, parks and public structures.

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Isle of Hope

Isle of Hope is that rare place where parents still feel comfortable sending their kids out to play early in the day and signaling them home at dark by ringing a bell. Youngsters ride bikes to the marina?the island’s only commercial establishment?to buy Popsicles and ice-cream sandwiches. Boaters traveling along the Intracoastal Waterway often stop there as well. More than a few decide to stay.

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Parkside

Size 1200-1500 sqft
Built 1920-1950’s
Price 180-250k

 

This neighborhood stretches from the top of Daffin Park and extends down to 52nd Street between Bee and Waters Avenue. It is a warm and pleasant community filled with families, entrepreneurs and artists.

 

Most of the homes here have seen recent gentrification over the last decade while preserving the historical homes footprints. If you like a unique bungalow then Parkside is the right community for you.

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The Landings

Size 2200-6900 sqft
Built 1978-2017
Price 295-950k

 

One of Savannah’s most affluent communities. The Landings features beaches, trails, waterways, dog parks, community parks, farms and many neighborhood groups. The homes come in an array of styles stemming from traditional to updated and contemporary design.

 

If you’re a golfer then don’t miss out on The Landings Club 18-hole private championship golf courses designed by such masters as Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, Arthur Hills and Willard Byrd. Each course is stylistically unique, showcasing the natural beauty of Skidaway Island as well as the distinctive mark of its designer.

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Tybee Island

Size 440-5000 sqft
Built 1889-2010’s
Price 155-2.9m

 

What is there not to love about Tybee Island. This island oasis is home to a melting pot of designers, artists, fishermen and locals that love to have a good time. Recently Hollywood has had their eye on Tybee and several major motion pictures have been filmed in this time capsule.

 

The property that is available ranges from small beach bungalows to multi million dollar homes and commercial property. Beach goers love this calm beach side town and many people never leave the island because its a big small town that has everything. Pull up a lounge chair and call Tybee Island home as you hunker down to enjoy beach living at its finest.

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Wilmington Island

Located south of present-day Victory Drive (originally Estill Avenue) and north of Columbus Drive. Bull Street is Ardsley Park’s western boundary and Waters Avenue is its eastern boundary. Sometimes the Chatham Crescent neighborhood is included in Ardsley Park. The western edge of the neighborhood is situated on high ground, twenty-five or more feet above sea level. The eastern portion is former swampland, and experiences frequent flooding during summer storms and tropical systems.