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.

Convenient Location

Desirable Military Family Community

Eating out in Georgetown provides a wealth of opportunities, whether you want to grab a light meal for lunch or to meet with friends after work. From fast food chains to fine dining, Georgetown has something for everyone. One of Georgetown’s best kept secrets, Carey Hilliard’s features an eclectic menu of American fare and fresh seafood. This family friendly and locally owned establishment serves as a popular spot for both locals and those passing through. Start your meal off with the triple-threat appetizer or the peppery hot wings. For dinner, patrons recommend the legendary barbecue or a made-to-order rib-eye steak. For a place to watch the game while enjoying dinner with friends, Rachael’s 1190 serves up hot burgers and pizza in a laid-back atmosphere. You can’t make a trip to the south and to Rachael’s without sampling the fried green tomatoes, jerk shrimp or the batter-fried oysters. If you want excellent pizza, Stoners remains a hit for those who live in the area. With a few locations in Savannah, this pizza joint serves up hot made-to-order pie. The cheese bread has three different kinds of cheese melted to perfection. The sandwiches arrive to your table fresh with the house-made baked bread, and you can build your own pizza on top of Stoners’ own light and crispy crust. The taco pizza remains a must try, and you can even order hickory-smoked barbecue to go. While Georgetown tends to get quiet when the sun goes down, Savannah provides excitement and a thriving nightlife that can’t be beat.


The options remain endless for shopping in the Georgetown neighborhood of Savannah. Top discount chains, such as Wal-Mart, draw residents in for daily bargains. High-end boutiques and shopping malls await residents as well, including those at the Savannah Mall and the Oglethorpe Mall. For a larger selection of boutiques, downtown Savannah and the mall area on Abercorn provides everything you need. Residents shopping for groceries in the Georgetown neighborhood usually turn to Kroger, Whole Foods or the U.S. Food Store.


The Georgetown community attracts many military families because of the convenient location to Hunter Army Airfield and Ft. Stewart.


Find your perfect fit here!

Kings Grant

Homes in this neighborhood are perfect for the growing family! They were built between the 1970’s-1990’s, range from 1500-2000 square feet and range in price from $130K-$230K. Community amenities include pool, playground, tennis-courts, fitness center, and more! The HOA fees are less than $500 a year!


Lions Gate

These homes are super spacious – with most home over 2,000 square feet and were built in the 1990’s. Larger families definitely want to check out this neighborhood because you can definitely get the most “bang for your buck!” here – prices are in the low $200’s! Community amenities to include (2) swimming pools, tennis court and workout center. Sidewalks provide a great community atmosphere with lots of mature shade trees a true Savannah character. Walk to school, shopping, pool and tennis.


Heron’s Crest

A community of townhomes built between the late 1990’s- 2000’s! This is a fabulous gated community with homes in the low $190’s. Some townhomes in this community back up to a pond. Residents of this neighborhood enjoy the location. Heron’s Crest is located close to hospitals, medical facilities, shopping, theaters, and tons of restaurants!!


St. Ives

Such a peaceful and calm neighborhood with a community of friendly neighbors! Great for pets and children in this amenity filled neighborhood! Great location with close proximity to schools, ponds and playgrounds! Lots of house for the money in a growing, family-friendly area. These homes were built in the 1990’s and priced in the mid $100’s.


Sugar Mill

Take advantage of exclusive neighborhood amenities including a community pool and clubhouse, fitness facilities, playground, and much more! Conveniently located near restaurants, shopping, hospitals, and HAAF. A great place to be a family and always something fun to do! Sugar Mill Homes were built in the 1990’s and range from 1,000-1,500 square feet — priced in the low $100’s!


Village Green

Easy access to HAAF, Ft. Stewart, historic Savannah, I-95, Pooler and so much more! Homes in Village Green were built between 1980-1990’s. Most homes are less than 1,500 square feet. Quiet neighborhood with access to all of the community amenities!


Rice Mill

Rice Mill is home to stunning, spacious homes — over 3,000 square feet in most!! These homes were built between the 1980’s-late 2000’s. Homes found in Rice Mill are the epitome of the Low Country Lifestyle with beautiful oak trees, large porches, and amazing attention to detail in AND outside of the home!! Prices in this neighborhood are just under $300K.


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