Your Guide to Living in Savannah, Ga

By Teresa Cowart in Blog,Georgia Area Guides,Savannah Area. Tagged:

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Whether you’re looking for a quiet, family-oriented community like Richmond Hill or the sophistication and flair of big city life like Savannah, there are countless reasons why people choose to call the beautiful state of Georgia home!

Before you can decide which area you want to live in, you’ll want to learn about the different cities and neighborhoods you have to choose from in Georgia. This post will serve as your guide to living in Savannah.

LIVING IN SAVANNAH

Savannah is proud to be the Hostess City of the South, boasting all the sophistication and flair of big city life but moves at a leisurely pace like any American small town. The Savannah real estate landscape offers premiere subdivisions, gated communities and Savannah’s outlying suburbs offer housing styles ranging from century old mansions and huge estates down to the humble condos and town homes which are just waiting for the right family to settle in.

The Savannah Historic District

17th century antebellum townhouses, carriage houses and single-family homes make up the Savannah Historic District, and most single-family homes feature large sprawling porches.

Savannah Victorian District

You’ll find elegant Victorian inspired houses accentuated by towering oak trees which are literally centuries old.

Exclusive Areas

Ardsley Park’s residential housing, The Enclave luxurious gated residences, and The Southbridge Golf and Spa community are the exclusive areas where you can find  classic quaint bungalows, exquisite mansions, traditional Southern housing such as Carriage, Executive and Estate properties. Architectural designs for these private communities varies from contemporary 20th century designed single family homes, luxury town homes and spacious villas.

Savannah’s SouthsideA hub for shopping and dining, Savannah’s Southside also offers a wide selection of residences including upscale country estates, spacious waterfront and historic communities, hip and chic condos or single family homes and town houses. It’s where the subdivisions of Georgetown, Coffee Bluff, Thunderbolt and Vernonburg and Windsor Forest are located.

Savannah has everything a city needs, boasting a solid education system with dozens of private and public schools, four colleges and universities and institutions offering technical training and marine science research. Among the many academic institutions are Savannah State University, Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern University and the Mercer University. Exposing its 137,000 strong population to creative, intellectual and progressive mindset that help shape this city’s culture and character.

If living in Savannah, Ga sounds right for you, give us a call or send an email today. We are happy to help you find your perfect home in this great Georgian city! (912) 667-1881

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