West Chatham County is where growing families and emerging municipalities meet the peaceful countryside. It is the seat of Savannah’s industrial and manufacturing base and is also the site of the four fast-growing municipalities of Bloomingdale, Garden City, Pooler and Port Wentworth. These areas boast several growing golf communities, family-oriented spaces with affordable homes, and an abundance of popular recreational opportunities.
SAVANNAH QUARTERS is a master-planned community that includes several distinct neighborhoods, some of which are gated. Savannah Quarters emphasizes the lowcountry style of Savannah combined with an active club lifestyle. There are 2 interconnected pools, a fitness center, four tennis courts, a clubhouse with dining and social activities, and an 18-hole Greg Norman golf course.
BERWICK Plantation includes several distinct, newer neighborhoods crisscrossed by wide sidewalks with golf, tennis, and fitness facilities and is near abundant shopping.
GEORGETOWN was one of the Southeast’s first master-planned suburban communities, and it still thrives. Georgetown now includes a variety of single-family, condominium and apartment homes, plus two schools, a community center and plentiful family amenities.
SOUTHBRIDGE is 15 minutes west of downtown Savannah and offers a variety of newer, larger homes averaging 2,900 square feet. A golf course and community resort center encourage neighborly interaction.
BRYAN COUNTY lies to the south and southwest of Savannah and offers a unique blend of piney woods and marshland. It boasts one of the top-rated public school systems in Georgia and many military families live in Bryan County which borders Fort Stewart, a 280,000-acre Army base.
RICHMOND HILL is the largest city in Bryan County and is a lively coastal community that plays host to several seasonal festivals, including the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival. The beautiful Ford Plantation is one of the nation’s premier residential communities and private sporting clubs. Richmond Hill is home to the Ford Plantation Golf Club, Ford Field & River Club, along with the new conservation-based Waterways community.
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