Stroll through the famous squares, created by General James Oglethorpe when he founded Savannah on a bluff of the Savannah River in 1733. It is the largest National Landmark Historic District in the US and features cobblestone streets, and oak shaded squares.
It is a very walk able city and the lush squares offer shaded comfortable resting areas. Explore museums, monuments, and 18th century homes. Walk to boutiques, restaurants and entertainment venues.
Homes vary from historic single family and row homes, to modern condominiums and townhomes.
Historic homes mostly date back to the 18th and 19the centuries and feature architectural styles of the period. These distinct residences usually come at a high price with renovated properties reaching upwards of $3 million. If you are interested in restoring a property, you can you can purchase one that needs some TLC between $500,000 and $900,000 or opt for a condo in the historic district from $300,000and up.
The historic district is bordered on the north by the Savannah River, and to the south by Victory Drive, while bordered on the east by the Truman Parkway and on the west by Boundary Street. Two of the most sought after areas are the Landmark Historic District and the Victorian District with beautifully detailed homes with gingerbread trim. Along the riverfront you’ll also find condos and townhomes offering spectacular views.
The historic and elegant neighborhood of Ardsley Park in midtown Savannah is a favorite among families and professionals for many reasons: beautiful homes, tree lined streets, wide sidewalks as well as landscaped squares. Located just blocks from Daffin Park and a short 5 minute drive to historic Savannah, and a 20 minute drive to Tybee Island, Ardsley Park offers charm and convenience.
For some Savannah residents, Ardsley Park is the only place to live. Within walking distance you will fine terrific restaurants, and quaint boutiques. Ardsley Park is a walk friendly and dog friendly community. The neighborhood exemplifies the charm of Savannah’s late 19th century and early to mid 20th century architecture and offers some of the best of Savannah’s real estate. From craftsman style bungalows to glorious mansions , the average prices are in the mid 400’s.
Midtown offers a range of neighborhoods, shopping and dining, and is a quick 10-minute drive to the historic district. Live near Daffin Park, home of the Savannah Bananas, or other area pocket parks.
Located in the midtown area are some of the finest medical facilities in the southeast, including two hospitals and numerous clinics and doctor offices.
All types and price ranges of homes are found in Midtown.
Savannah’s midtown area stretches from Victory Drive south to DeRenne Avenue and includes Ardsley Park and Chatham Crescent.
Southside neighborhoods are still close to the downtown attractions, and boast busy commercial areas, hotels, restaurants and three main shopping areas, including two malls.
There are a variety of housing types and price ranges to suit various lifestyles and price ranges.