$190,000 | 3 Bedrooms | 2.5 Baths | 1,913 Square Feet

This spacious home in the darling community of Willow Lakes is move-in ready and waiting for you! Hello curb appeal – check out the well-kept landscaping with gardening areas flanking either side of the walkway leading to that adorable front porch. Be the envy of your neighbors with that grand two-story foyer entrance and entertain with ease in the open concept floor plan flooded with natural light! Do your laundry stress-free in that huge laundry room with tons of extra storage! The oversize master retreat boasts a huge walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom with double vanities. Out back is a massive fully fenced yard with a patio area and shed! Did we mention the two car garage!? All of this plus a community pool and conveniently located near Pooler, Gulfstream, shopping, restaurants, and more!

 

Features & Upgrades

  • Listed at $190,000
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,913 Square Feet
  • Built in 2005
  • Spacious Home
  • Move-in Ready
  • Curb Appeal
  • Well-Kept Landscaping
  • Gardening Areas
  • Adorable Front Porch
  • Grand Two-Story Foyer Entrance
  • Open Concept Floor Plan
  • Natural Light
  • Huge Laundry Room with Extra Storage
  • Oversized Master Retreat:
  • Huge Walk-in Closet
  • En-suite Bathroom With Double Vanities
  • Massive Fully Fenced Yard
  • Patio Area & Shed
  • Two-Car Garage
  • Willow Lakes!
  • All of this plus a community pool and conveniently located near Pooler, Gulfstream, shopping, restaurants, and more!

Nearby Neighborhoods

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.

Part of the ‘cool’ in Pooler can also be found in its schools. They are regularly rated amongst the top in the state. The Pooler area has two public elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school. Additional/new schools are planned and there are already several private schools nearby. Higher education is well-represented near Pooler and the greater Savannah area as well. Georgia Tech’s Engineering Campus, Savannah Technical College, Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia Southern University, Savannah State University, Armstrong Atlantic State University, South College, Saint Leo University, University of South Carolina/Beaufort, Brewton Parker College and the University of Phoenix are just a short drive.

Pooler has a strong appeal to young, growing families as well as on-the-go professionals and executives. It is also convenient to Hunter Army Airfield making it attractive to military personnel. The charms of Historic Savannah are just minutes away as is Tybee Island and even nearby South Carolina.

Positioned at the apex of community and commercial development in the Savannah area, Pooler is destined for a greatness that even General Sherman couldn’t have imagined.

 


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