Savannah Neighborhoods
Education and Schools
Quality of education is one of the most important factors when moving to a new area. As a local neighborhood expert, I have the tools to help you evaluate schools in the area that meet your unique needs.

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Parks and Greenspace
Many communities have much to offer in terms of outdoor recreation and public parks. Let me help you get acquainted with the local neighborhoods and their amenities that can greatly affect your quality of living.

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Downtown/Historic District
Savannah’s downtown is a National Historic Landmark, which comprises of the original city layout and without a doubt the heat of Savannah. Shopping, cultural attracts, restaurants, nightlife and so much more can all be found here.
Victorian District
The Victorian District centers on the grandeur of Forsyth Park. There are many historic homes in the area that have been converted to suit the needs of modern life. This area is also a hotspot for students due to its accessibility to downtown.
Ardsley Park/Parkside
Most beautiful neighborhoods period. When it comes to beautiful homes and tree-lined streets, Ardsley and Parkside have everyone beat. Wide boulevards with generous bike lanes on Washington Ave take you though the heart of it all ending at Daffin Park. These quiet neighborhoods are convenient as well, only being 3 miles from downtown and now home to Whole Foods.
Savannah’s Southside is a conglomerate of many different neighborhoods, which provide the conveniences of modern life. The Southside neighborhoods are closing to shopping, restaurants and Armstrong Univeristy.
Small community off of 204 and Veteran’s Parkway, Georgetown is up and coming with new development.
Tucked away off of Highway 17, Bewick is halfway between Richmond Hill and Downtown. Berwick is quiet and provides a small complex for all your daily needs.
Everything is cooler in Pooler. Over the past three years Pooler has seen drastic growth and with the recent addition of the Tanger Outlets, it’s not slowing down anytime soon.
Richmond Hill
“Coast living at its finest” Richmond Hill is home to over 10,000 residents, Fort McAllister, quiet neighborhoods and many hidden gems.
Whitemarsh Island
Whitemarsh is the first island when heading east out of Savannah. There are many gated communities, shops and restaurants.
Wilmington Island
Wilmington Island has an extensive network of bike trails and a great community-feel. With quiet streets, Wilmington is a straight shot from downtown and the last stop before the beach.
Tybee Island
Beach living! What else is there to say? Tybee Island has over three miles of uninterrupted public beach, beautiful beach houses and everything is accessible by beach cruiser!
Effingham Co
West of Savannah, Effingham County is home to many smaller community and rural living.
Isle of Hope
Isle of Hope has very little commercial development, but boasts some on the most beautiful coastal manors in the area. This small community is quaint to say the least, but easily minutes from downtown.
Port Wentworth
Located west of Savannah off Highway 21, Port Wentworth provides all the conveniences of Pooler without the traffic. Just one stop north on 95, Port Wentworth has various neighborhoods from new construction to charming country homes.
The Landings
Located on Skiddaway Island, the Landings is the premier coastal golf community. This gated community encompasses over 4,500 acres and amenities include: golfing, tennis, nature trails, two deep-water marinas and much more.
Southbridge is a master planned golf, tennis and spa community with over 1,400 acres of scenic woodlands. This community is located between Savannah and Pooler just off of Highway 16.