ARDSLEY PARK – Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent is a large, highly intact residential area developed, beginning in 1910 as two adjacent planned subdivisions. The plan of Ardsley Park, a regular grid with landscaped squares, is extremely important to the fabric of historic Savannah as it is a twentieth century variant of Oglethorpe’s original city plan.
BALDWIN PARK – Nestled to the southeast of Savannah’s Victorian District is the quaint residential neighborhood of Baldwin Park. Within these few blocks you can see an architectural timeline of downtown Savannah. From the Victorian homes and mansions that line its border on Victory Drive to the early 20th century bungalows that make up most of the neighborhood, every home has character and charm.
DUTCH ISLAND – Dutch Island is a small community nestled in the Inter-Coastal Waterways near Savannah, Georgia. A private, gated community with more than 480 single family homes designed for gracious living. Dutch Island covers an area of approximately 500 acres, surrounded by salt water marsh and the inter-coastal waterway, including Skidaway River, Herb River, Wilmington River and Grimbal Creek.
GORDONSTON – Gordonston is one of Savannah’s most coherent communities, with an intact streetscape, lush canopy and a neighborhood association that’s been around more than 60 years. It regularly hosts holiday events, art sales, oyster roasts and more. It’s also a place for young families to grow up.
ISLE OF HOPE – Situated on a bluff at a horseshoe bend in the Skidaway River, the Isle of Hope Historic District is a unique coastal riverside community dating from the early nineteenth century. This roughly crescent-shaped area is comprised of a varied collection of residences ranging from small cottages to imposing mansions, richly landscaped with magnificent live oaks, palms and other shady trees.
KENSINGTON PARK – The Kensington Park community is different that the communities to the North, such as Lamara and Abercorn Heights, and Ardmore Community. The homes and lots tend to be larger. This community has winding oak tree street that breaks away from Savannah’s typical North, South, East, West grid pattern. From within the community you can walk to the Synagogue or to the community pool with ease.
LANDMARK HISTORIC DISTRICT – Savannah’s Landmark Historic District was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966. It is one of the largest historic landmarks in the country. Its boundaries are East Broad Street, Gwinnett Street, MLK Boulevard and the Savannah River.
THE LANDINGS – The Landings is many things to many people. It is an Intracoastal Waterway island community, a master planned development owned by its residents, a recipient of multiple national awards for golf and community excellence and an address in one of the South’s most charming and recognized cities.
MIDTOWN – Midtown is convenient to all Savannah area attractions and is within minutes to all areas of the city and the islands. Savannah real estate development in the Midtown area began in the 1930’s with Ardsley Park being the first Savannah subdivision.
POOLER – They say ‘It’s cooler in Pooler’ and it seems that many folks would agree. In ten short years the city’s population and development has exploded, making it one of the fastest growing and commercially diverse cities in the state.
RICHMOND HILL – Richmond Hill, GA is a thriving community along Georgia’s colonial coast, and is among the fastest growing communities in the nation. Located in South Bryan County, 20 miles from Savannah, Richmond Hill continues to grow as an alternative to the increasing congestion and taxes in Savannah/Chatham County.
SOUTHSIDE – Southside Savannah is developed in a very typical suburban style with modest, generally inexpensive homes, condos and townhomes. The biggest draw to this area is likely ease of access to a plethora of retail and dining options. Both of Savannah’s large malls-Oglethorpe and Savannah– are located on the Southside and boast everything from Macy’s to Bass Pro Shop.
TYBEE ISLAND – Tybee Island, located approximately eighteen miles from Savannah, is a seaside community in the upper coastal region of Georgia. Sitting at the mouth of the Savannah River, the 2.7-square-mile island holds a year-round population of approximately 3,400 residents, although this population increases greatly during the summer season.
WILMINGTON ISLAND – Wilmington Island is a highly sought after area in the Savannah marketplace, buyers covet the schools, fantastic restaurants and well-planned subdivisions. No matter the price point, there is something for every buyer, from affordable condominiums all the way up to multi-million dollar mansions.