$310,000 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Baths | 1,760 Square Feet

Sprawling ranch style home near Gordonston! Set under a lush canopy of Live Oaks, this home has mature landscaping, great curb appeal, and a welcoming front patio. The cozy living room features a fireplace and a full wall of built-ins flanking the doorway. Fully equipped kitchen with tons of cabinetry and a large island, perfect for meal prep. There are two dining options – a breakfast area just off the kitchen and a separate formal dining room. Highly desirable split bedroom plan. Outside, a pergola covered deck leads to a backyard garden that is fully fenced, creating a quiet retreat at the end of the day. Centrally located to Downtown and the Islands and walking distance to Gordonston Park.

Features & Upgrades

  • Offered at $195,000
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,760 Sq. Ft.
  • Built in 1948
  • Sprawling Ranch-style Home near Gordonston!
  • Lush Canopy of Live Oaks
  • Mature Landscaping
  • Great Curb Appeal
  • Welcoming Front Patio
  • Cozy Living Room
  • Fireplace
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Tons of Cabinetry
  • Large Island – Perfect for Meal Prep
  • Breakfast Area
  • Separate Formal Dining Room
  • Desirable Split Bedroom Plan
  • Pergola Covered Deck
  • Backyard Garden
  • Fully Fenced
  • Centrally located to Downtown and the Islands and within walking distance to Gordonston Park.

Location! Gordonston

Thunderbolt, Georgia is a small, quirky town located about 5 miles southeast of downtown Savannah. The town of Thunderbolt runs along the western shore of the Wilmington River, a tidal river that is part of the U.S. Intracoastal Waterway. The town is important to Georgia’s shrimping industry, with scores of docks for shrimping trawlers. It’s picturesque atmosphere and seafood restaurants draw many local visitors.

The town owes its name to an Indian legend of a lightning strike that created a freshwater spring on the Wilmington River bluff. Native Americans were found to be among the first inhabitants. Thunderbolt was a settlement which evolved into a shipping point for local plantation needs and also serviced the river traffic of the mighty Savannah River. It was in Thunderbolt in 1890 that Georgia State College was founded for the education of African Americans. This college continues to be a historically black institution and is known today as Savannah State University.

In 1939, yacht racing became popular and saw the construction of a yacht basin which is still in use today as are several local marinas. Annually, the “Blessing of the Fleet” was celebrated until recent years and shrimping evolved into the primary seafood product. Today, the Town of Thunderbolt remains a unique community with a distinct personality all of its own. Families dwell in this town for many generations and become a part of the town’s rich history.

Small wooden frame cottages and homes are the standard housing stock though newer condos and townhomes are positioned along the water here as well. The town is in close proximity to Downtown Savannah as well as the Islands. It is also home to Savannah’s most beautiful and famous cemetery- Bonaventure -which gained modern popularity/notoriety thanks to the book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

Victory Drive is a direct route into Midtown Savannah as well as Tybee Island. The nearby Victory Drive/Skidaway corridor is the retail lifeblood of this area and offers everything from Starbuck’s to yoga to Krispy Kreme and much more.

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