Savannah’s first suburb, laid out in 1910, is a mixture of prestigious four- and five-bedroom mansions and quaint, craftsman-style bungalows, some renovated…and some not so much. Ardsley Park has become one of the city’s “hottest” neighborhoods, favored by young professionals and families because of its proximity to downtown Savannah. This neighborhood closely follows the plan General Oglethorpe laid out in the historic district with block street patterns, squares and picturesque green spaces. In this all-American neighborhood you will see parents walking or biking their kids to school, doggie socials and plenty of friendly neighbors.
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