Live in the Georgia Coast

Savannah and Golden Isles

Known as the Golden Isles, Georgia’s 100-mile stretch of coast, dotted by famous barrier islands like St. Simons Island and Sea Island, is steeped in history, natural beauty and thousands of reasons to call it home. From port cities to laid-back island living, the region frequently turns vacationers into full-time residents.

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St. Simons Island

The largest and most populated island in the Golden Isles, St. Simons is a low-key beach town with oak-filled neighborhoods and picturesque churches.

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Sea Island

Sea Island, a gated community with a selection of luxurious residences, provides residents a resort lifestyle amidst live oaks, salt marshes and private beaches.

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Landings on Skidaway Island

Known as Savannah’s “favorite island home,” The Landings offers private island living, first-class amenities, and a country club lifestyle with breathtaking views at every turn.

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Cumberland Harbour

Located on an 1,100-acre peninsula on the southern Georgia coast, Cumberland Harbour is the epitome of coastal living and natural beauty.

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Ford Plantation

The outdoor traditions of the old South meet the upscale elegance of the new South at Ford Plantation, built along the beautiful Ogeechee River.

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WaterWays Township

WaterWays Township offers both the tranquility of laid-back Southern living and the excitement of an active lifestyle on the water.

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Osprey Cove

Osprey Cove is consistently ranked as a top retirement destination thanks to its easy-living and mild climate.   

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