Live in the Georgia Coast

Savannah and Golden Isles

Georgia’s Coast features two distinct areas, the 100-mile stretch of coast known as the Golden Isles, and Savannah, where old world charm meets modern living. Dotted by famous barrier islands like St. Simons and Sea Island, the Golden Isles frequently turns vacationers into full-time residents. Meanwhile, Savannah’s historic sites, renowned restaurants and proximity to beaches make it a pleasure to call home.

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Tybee Island

Savannah

Known as “Savannah’s Beach,” Tybee is loved by visitors and residents alike for the laid-back atmosphere, funky vibe, and small-community feel that only a beachside town can provide. While it’s…

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Sea Island

Golden Isles

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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Jekyll Island

Golden Isles

The 1,000 or so residents of Jekyll Island, a barrier island just off the coast of Georgia and part of the Golden Isles, have the rare distinction of living in…

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Dutch Island

Savannah

Built along 500 acres of pristine ecological wonder, Dutch Island calls to those who yearn for nothing more than the quiet rustle of wind through seagrass and a sunset painting…

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Ardsley Park

Savannah

If all you know of the Savannah area is what you’ve seen in films, Ardsley Park is likely the type of neighborhood you picture. Dotted by beautifully landscaped squares, sidewalk-lined…

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St. Simons Island

Golden Isles

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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