Features & Upgrades
- Listed at $175,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1,233 Square Feet
- Built in 1999
- Lovely Home has a Two-car garage!
- Relax in the Cozy Living Room
- Bbeautiful Brick Fireplace
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Beveled Corian Countertops
- Spacious Kitchen
- Spacious Open Concept Floor Plan
- Tastefully Remodeled Bathroom
- Owner Suite with a Large Walk in Closet
- Massive Backyard
- Deck or Patio Space
Location! Location! Location!
Georgetown is a very desired community because it features beautiful well-kept homes, friendly neighbors, wonderful amenities, and quick access to major shopping and professional districts in Savannah. Georgetown Community Services Association (GCSA) is a “covenant protected community” designed to protect your property values and ensure the proper function and aesthetic quality of the neighborhoods and common areas. Amenities include: clubhouses, pools, tennis courts, basketball court and playgrounds.
Georgetown provides a sprawling suburban community just across the Little Ogeechee River and only 14 miles southwest of downtown Savannah. This quiet neighborhood serves as a melting pot for those who want the convenience of downtown amenities with the quiet tight-knit community of a smaller town. Conveniently located to Interstate 95, Georgetown remains a covenant-restricted community intended to ensure the aesthetic value of the area. Many of the neighborhoods feature establish populations, but many new subdivisions have been added to attract a younger set. With a busy business and shopping district, excellent schools and the short distance to Tybee beach, Georgetown consists mainly of families with children, married professionals and business owners.
Georgetown homes were built anywhere from 1970- new construction today. Shopping in Georgetown is plentiful and just continues to grow. Children in Georgetown attend Georgetown Elementary, Southwest Middle School and Windsor Forest High School in Savannah. Learn more about Georgetown
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.
During the Civil War, Pooler was a railway stop called Pooler’s Station—the last stop before Savannah on the Central of Georgia Railroad. In December 1864, as William Tecumseh Sherman moved in on Savannah, he found that even though that city lay but a scant 10 miles away, he felt he had “miles and miles to go before he sleeps, for he had promises to keep”. General Sherman had, after all, promised to give Savannah to President Lincoln for a Christmas present, and Christmas was fast approaching. Pooler was the meeting place where Sherman negotiated with Savannah authorities for the strategic port city’s peaceful surrender.
Today, Pooler is the booming center of commercial development in west Chatham County. Godley Station, at heart of this business development, has been successful in attracting large companies such as JCB to the area. Gulfstream, maker of luxury personal jets, and the Savannah International Airport are two of the largest employers in the area. Newer shopping centers such as The Shops at Godley Station are bringing booming revenue to the area. Low crime, and a small town community feel have all been factors in its explosive growth.
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. Mega retailers like Home Depot, Lowe’s, Walmart and Target are all located here. Likewise the dining selections are vast and varied with choices from Carabba’s to Burger King and everything in-between. An important draw is also the presence of Hunter Army Airfield, which spans the midsection of the Southside, as well as Armstrong Atlantic State University-making the area very desirable to both military personnel and students. There is also direct access to I-95 as well as the Truman Parkway. Though rare, it is possible to find sporadic pockets of highly desirable properties-primarily marsh front and a few deep water locales. Generally speaking, this area is remarkable more for its utility than architectural integrity but good bargains can be found in this area.