Savannah Georgia Neighborhoods
Relocating to Savannah requires finding a place to live. The number one criteria before buying a new home in Savannah is making a decision on which neighborhood you like the most! The Official Savannah Guide is pleased to offer this overview of areas, communities and neighborhoods in and around the Savannah area.
Living in a nationally acclaimed Historic Landmark District is a dream come true for many homeowners. Walking out your front door and strolling down streets with towering oak trees draped with Spanish moss and past other homes and buildings hundreds of years old is something that you can do when you buy a home in the Savannah Historic District. The area is approximately 2.5 square miles. The Historic District's northern border is where most of the downtown commercial development. Here you find the charming River Street, a large number of banks surrounding Johnson Square and the shops along Broughton Street. Large boulevards such as Oglethorpe Avenue and Liberty Street provide a nice mixture of homes and businesses. Jones Street is located near the center of the Historic District and it is one of the most desired streets in all of Savannah.
Southside Savannah provides many conveniences including access to both Oglethorpe Mall & Savannah Mall. Shopping conveniences and several wonderful schools make Coffee Bluff and ideal neighborhood for your family. Two, Three, and Four Bedroom Homes are the norm for Coffee Bluff.
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