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SAVANNAH, GA Homes for Sale and Neighborhood Information. Savannah definitely has it all when it comes to places in which to live. You can have your choice of surrounding yourself with history, stepping back into small-town America, enjoying the security and luxury of a gated community or lazing the day away in a laid-back cottage at the beach. There’s all that and more.

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Historic District
Many residents of the 2.5-square-mile Historic Landmark District can claim the city’s verdant squares as their front yards. Although the north end of the District is commercial in character, numerous blocks of the area are solidly residential. Historic homes in need of restoration are still available. Newcomers will also find a good selection of restored homes, the result of 50 years of preservation efforts, and new construction in the form of townhouse/condominiums crafted to blend into the historic atmosphere of the District. Savannah’s Historic District is bordered by River Street, Gaston Street, East Broad Street and MLK, Jr Boulevard.

Victorian District
Adjacent to the Historic District, this first southward expansion of the city is attracting more and more folks interested in restoring two- and three-story frame houses in need of repair. The area becomes more popular in this regard as the number of restorable houses in the Historic District shrinks. Savannah’s Victorian District and adjacent Thomas Square neighborhood is located south of Forsyth Park and north of Victory Drive. The Baldwin Park neighborhood is one of the city’s most diverse communities.

Ardsley Park, Ardmore, Chatham Crescent, Parkside
Ardsley Park, Savannah’s first suburb, laid out in 1910, is a mixture of prestigious four- and five-bedroom mansions and quaint, craftsman-style bungalows situated on tree-lined streets. The Ardsley Park area, located in Midtown and including Ardsley Park, Ardmore, Chatham Crescent and Parkside, has become one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods.

This secluded neighborhood in eastside Savannah is similar to Ardsley Park in character, but it’s considerably smaller and hasn’t been “discovered” to the extent that its “big brother” to the southwest has.

Located just east of Savannah’s city limits, Thunderbolt is an historic maritime town and the site of docks used by shrimp fishermen. Originally incorporated as Warsaw in 1856, Thunderbolt owes its current name to the legend of a lightning strike that created a freshwater spring along the Wilmington River bluff. A number of luxury condominium developments with breathtaking views have sprung up along the riverfront.

Savannah Gardens
Energy efficient, affordable homes on 44 acres of prime real estate. Located in east Savannah, Savannah Gardens is the city’s newest planned communities. It's minutes from downtown, an easy drive to Tybee Island beaches, and within walking distance of Savannah High School.