$380,000 | 5 Bedrooms | 2.5 Baths | 3,153 Square Feet

Over 3,000 square feet in Richmond Place! This Richmond Hill home boasts great curb appeal, cream colored stucco front exterior, and double front porches. Formal living and dining rooms plus a huge family room across the back of the house featuring a fireplace, built-ins, and access to the rear deck. Fully equipped kitchen with black granite counters, breakfast bar, and pantry. Plenty of space to entertain! All bedrooms are upstairs including a spacious primary suite. The large deck off the back of the house, a generous yard that backs up to woods, and a 2-car garage round out this property.

Features & Upgrades

  • Offered at $380,000
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • 3,153 Sq. Ft.
  • Built in 2006
  • Over 3,000 square feet in Richmond Place!
  • Great Curb Appeal
  • Ceam-colored Stucco Front Exterior
  • Double Front Porches
  • Formal Living
  • Dining Rooms
  • Huge Family Room
  • Fireplace
  • Built-ins
  • Access to the Rear Deck
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Black Granite Counters
  • Breakfast Bar
  • Pantry
  • Plenty of space to entertain!
  • All bedrooms Upstairs
  • Spacious Primary Suite
  • Large Deck
  • Generous Yard
  • 2-car garage

Location! Richmond Hill

Nearby Neighborhood

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. With the opening of a new City Hall in December 1998 and a new Police Station in September, 1999, a true Civic Center began taking shape. In addition, the adjacent J. F. Gregory City Park, featuring hiking and biking paths, opened concurrently with the first annual “Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival” in October, 1999.

While the City of Richmond Hill is poised for continued growth and opportunity, former Mayor Richard Davis pointed out that “What makes a good community is a sense of community. That is something evident about Richmond Hill.” Located just minutes south of metropolitan Savannah the city of more than 10,000 residents retains a small town charm and has a great deal to offer its residents. A diminished crime rate, outstanding educational opportunities, community services, recreational facilities, and beautiful scenery are but a few reasons to live here. This family-oriented city is a community where everyone can feel safe.

Visitors are impressed by its southern charm, rich history, variety of outdoor adventures, fishing and great local seafood. This peaceful community has a variety of opportunities; shopping, recreational, and business. One of its real jewels is the J. F. Gregory Park, a 335 acre multi-use recreational area. The park is ideal for picnics, sports, activities, canoeing, birding, fishing, hiking, strolling and meetings. Attractions include a lake, walking trail, birding tower, and two restored Henry Ford era homes. Wildlife can be spotted while walking the trail. Located within the park is also the Colonial Coast Birding Trail. The park is skirted by a 300-acre rice field that predates the Civil War. A three-mile walking trail runs along the top of a dike that encompasses the field, which today is a wooded wetland. Also, the John W. Stevens Wetlands Education Center is located in the rear of J. F. Gregory Park.

This facility provides a meeting place and an interactive educational experience, with information about wetland ecosystems and preservation. Finally, the park is home to the Richmond Hill Farmer’s Market a venue that boasts meats, honey and vegetables from local famers and growers.

With easy access to I-95, its close proximity to the attractions of Historic Savannah and the barrier islands make it a sure-bet for history buffs and sun-lovers alike. Ft. Stewart is located nearby making the town popular with military families and the schools in Bryan County are amongst the best in all of Georgia.

Whether you are attracted to antique hunting or you appreciate its unique heritage and architecture, Richmond Hill offers relief from the congestion of the big city. It also offers a variety of hometown restaurants for an assortment of appetites and safe lodging for those desiring an extended stay. With its distinctive history and scenic beauty, Richmond Hill is coastal Georgia living at its finest.

Read more about Richmond Hill here!


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