An idyllic network of neighborhoods all within reach.
Great for Families
Lower Cost of Living
Accessible for Commuters
Situated on all sides of Savannah are diverse communities where life flourishes and where the options are limitless. This list includes beachy regions like Tybee Island and Hilton Head Island and more inland cities like Port Wentworth and Garden City. Each of these locations are unique, and they all provide high-quality living outside of Savannah while still providing the elements of low-country aesthetics we’re drawn to. We can’t get enough of the versatility, affordability, and safety to be found in each one of these places, and we love that a short trip on the highway leads us to any one of these communities within half an hour of Savannah. Feel like fishing on a stunning, serene marsh? Richmond Hill’s parks and proximity to the Ogeechee River provide excellent outdoor opportunities for anglers and explorers alike. Interested in shopping to your heart’s content? All roads lead to Pooler, where there’s no shortage of lively commerce. These Savannah next door neighbors rank high in livability and are key zones for families and commuters. We love growing and thriving just a stone’s throw from Savannah.
Neighboring communities of Savannah offer at least 6 unique farmer’s markets throughout the year and are great places to buy local and meet new friends.
5Beaches at Tybee Island
Tybee beaches are distinct from each other and provide dynamic experiences for beachgoers, kayakers, birdwatchers, and fun-seekers of all ages.
60Miles of Multi-Use Trails on Hilton Head Island
For cyclists and bipeds, Hilton Head’s extensive network of pedestrian-only trails provides excellent fitness and outdoor possibilities.
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