Impressive houses, quiet streets, and lush landscapes.



  • Lower Cost of Living
  • River Access
  • Single Family Homes
  • Great for Families
  • Larger Properties
  • Multi-family Homes

Neighborhood Overview

On the south end of West Savannah rests the endearing “bedroom community” of Georgetown. We enjoy living in this area of Savannah for its small-town feel with big-city possibilities. Like Berwick Plantation and Southbridge, Georgetown is made up of multiple neighborhoods. We have our pick of housing here with 20 subdivisions including single-family homes and quality apartment complexes. Towards the southernmost end of the community lies the Ogeechee River, where sprawling, marshfront mansions overlook the waterway. While most of the area was developed in the 1970s and 1980s, the area does include some newer builds. The architectural styles in Georgetown include Cape Code, Federal Colonial, Greek Revival, and Ranch-style homes.

With impressive houses, quiet streets, and lush landscapes, Georgetown is great for families. Amenities include two community pools, a fitness center, tennis courts, and a playground. The Georgetown Community Association Service keeps a calendar with seasonal events like Breakfast with Santa, an Easter Egg Hunt, Spring/Fall Yard Sales, and a Summerfest. The nearby L Scott Stell Park and Coastal Botanical Gardens are great for nature lovers, and the area continues to grow with new restaurants and shops. Another plus is that there are main highways on the community’s perimeter, and Interstate 95 is only a 10 minutes car ride to the west. With affordable living, Georgetown is a commuter’s haven!

Schools in this District

  • Southwest Elementary School
    Pre-K to 5th Grade Chatham County Public School
  • Carrie E. Gould Elementary School
    Pre-K to 5th Grade Chatham County Public School
  • Southwest Middle School
    Chatham County Public Middle School
  • New Hampstead High School
    Chatham County Public High School

Walk and Bike Scores

  • 26
    Walk Score®: Car-Dependent
    Most errands require a car.
  • 37
    Bike Score®: Somewhat Bikeable
    Minimal bike infrastructure.
  • 20
    Main Neighborhoods

    Georgetown offers a variety of sub-communities that boast beautiful homes, large lots, and affordable prices.

  • 11,916

    While the community of Georgetown continues to grow, part of its charm is that it manages to remain a tranquil suburb with plenty of room for everyone.

  • 14
    Miles Southwest of Downtown Savannah

    Part of Georgetown’s draw is its centralized location. From its center, residents can be just about anywhere in Savannah within half an hour.