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Learn More About Savannah, Georgia
Founded in 1733, Savannah is an important and historic city in Georgia. The seat of Chatham County is the oldest city in the state and the first state capital. It is the fifth-largest municipality in Georgia and its third-largest metropolitan area. The city is situated on the Savannah River and boasts the largest port in the state. It is a thriving community of families and businesses. Savannah has grown from a strategy port city of the American Revolution and Civil War eras to become a major Atlantic seaport city and an industrial hub today.
Savannah was founded on February 12, 1733 when General James Edward Oglethorpe, a representative of King George II to the colonies of America arrived in the area. The city along with the rest of Georgia was made a Royal Colony and it was made the capital of Colonial Georgia. Savannah flourished as seaport throughout the 19th century and was the main target of the March to the Sea by General William T. Sherman. The locals had to surrender to Union troops to prevent their city from being destroyed.
The historic city took its name after the nearby Savannah River, whose name is in turn believed to have come from variants of the name of the local Shawnee tribe. The Native American tribe, which had exterminated another to occupy the area, was known as Sawanoki, which means "southerners." But the name has several variants such as Shawano, Savano and Savana. It is also thought that the name of the river might have been derived from the English word "savanna."
Savannah has a pleasant humid subtropical climate featuring lengthy, almost tropical summers. Temperatures typically reach freezing just about 24 days in winters. The city seldom experience extreme temperatures similar to that of Georgia's hinterland as a result of its closeness to the Atlantic coast. Perhaps, this is a major reason why people keep on trooping here in their numbers. Savannah, which boasts more than 100 different neighborhoods, was home to an estimated 145,674 people in 2015 - an increase of about 7 percent above the level five years earlier.
During its first two centuries, Savannah depended heavily on agriculture. The climate was great for growing cotton, the most important commodity in the years following the American Revolution. Its economy relies mainly on the tourism, manufacturing, the military and the Port of Savannah these days. Some of the major companies with presence around this important seaport city include International Paper, Gulfstream Aerospace, JCB and TitleMax.
Boasting a rich heritage, Savannah offers so many things to see and do. It is home to numerous historic squares, churches, homes and forts. These include the Independent Presbyterian Church, First Baptist Church (Savannah), Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Temple Mickve Israel, the Mercer-Williams House, Noble Jones' Wormsloe plantation and Fort Jackson. In addition to its history, Savannah is internationally renowned for its Southern charm and hospitality.
It attracts millions of visitors from different places every year. Beside its numerous historic places, the city holds many exciting events and festivals year-round, attracting attendees from both near and far. It offers convenient access to several of the area's popular destinations, including beautiful coastal islands.
Nicknamed the "Hostess City of the South," Savannah has basically everything you could desire in a place to live or do business. It has a lot to offer both its residents and tourists. It has been named several times among the best cities in America. Travel + Leisure magazine rated it highest in terms of "Quality of Life and Visitor Experience" in 2012.
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Currently Savannah has 106 properties on the market for sale. The inventory was last updated 04/09/2020. Of these properties, 72 single family homes are for sale by their owners in Savannah, and 11 condos are for sale by their owners in Savannah. The average price of the single family homes for sale in Savannah, is $508,174, the average condo price in Savannah, is $380,295. The average price per square foot of the active inventory is $121. This is based the living area square footage.
Over the last year, there have been 1,651 of properties sold in Savannah. Of these properties, 1,295 single family homes have sold by their owners in Savannah, and 245 condos have sold by their owners in Savannah. The average sales price of the single family homes sold in Savannah, is $3,601,998. Single family homes have been selling for 384 per square foot of living area. The average sales price of the condos for sale in Savannah, is $2,026,475. Condos have been selling for 170 per square foot of living area.
The most active subdivisions with listings for sale in Savannah, are: Huntington Cove (9 For Sale), Ashford Close (7 For Sale), Ardsley Park (4 For Sale), Talahi Island (3 For Sale), The Enclave (2 For Sale), Highland Falls (2 For Sale), Kelly Ward (1 For Sale), Godley Park (1 For Sale), Dean Forest (1 For Sale), Vernonburg (1 For Sale)
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Disclaimer: Listing broker has attempted to offer accurate data, but buyers/lessees are advised to confirm all information IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use that it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing, and that data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. The MLS may, at its discretion, require use of other disclaimers as necessary to protect Participants and/or the MLS from liability.
This data up-to-date as of 04/09/2020