6 Of the Most Popular Savannah Neighborhoods
Whether you are moving to Savannah Georgia or would just like to know a little bit more about the downtown area, here are five of the most popular and fun neighborhoods around Savannah.
Central – the central Savannah area is full of historic neighborhoods and communities. There’s over 3 mi.² of older homes, unique squares, and vintage house styles. Professors, artists, designers and students all call this historic area home. The central area also borders the Victorian district, which is a preservationist’s wonderland with creative designs, gingerbread houses, and park-like neighborhoods.
The Isle of Hope – this riverfront community is perfect for young couples, first-time homebuyers or anyone looking to have that rural, waterfront property. You’re close to the Skidaway River, and there are a variety of rentals, places to live, and a close-knit neighborhood ambience.
The Landings at Skidaway Island is also popular and along with the former location, it is located in the South and Southeast regions of Savannah. The Landings is a gated community with over 6500 islands just 12 miles south of downtown. With the deep- water dock, six golf courses, and a variety of clubhouses with amenities, this makes an ideal location for the upscale neighbor and all of us.
Richmond Hill – Richmond Hill is found about 15 miles south of downtown Savannah and is home to soccer moms, commuters and military families stationed at nearby Fort Stewart. This city has a number of residential neighborhood communities, suburban outlets and traditional in-town neighborhoods.
Habersham Woods in Savannah–this area is a mid-20th century neighborhood filled with ranch homes, quiet streets, and less than five minutes from two major hospitals. There are a few private schools, the Memorial Stadium, and locations filled with old-growth trees and tree-lined streets with properties built from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Ardsley Park – this is Savannah’s first suburb, comprised of four and five- bedroom mansions and craftsman-style bungalows built in the 1920s. The neighborhood’s northern boundary is Victory drive, which runs east from Bull Street to Waters Avenue. It’s far enough away from the touristy downtown to provide a peaceful and residential community.
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