Savannah is the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States. Its cobblestone streets, manicured gardens and live oak-shaded squares make it one of the most beautiful cities in the world, in our unbiased opinion. It is a very walkable city, thanks to the urban plan laid by General Oglethorpe, and many Savannah urbanites claim the City’s lush squares as their front yards (and you don’t have to mow them)! Not only is it walkable, you can take your cocktails to go as you stroll through this neighborhood and visit the shops, cafes, art galleries and museums. You will still find a good mix of historic homes in need of a little TLC, fully restored homes and new construction in the form of town homes and condominiums.
Insider tips: “My favorite thing about living downtown is that after a long day helping people discover Savannah at 3OR I can walk home, grab my pups and a cocktail and let my work day melt away.” Cliff Murse
“What I love about living downtown along with the beauty, is the walkability. To be able to stroll through squares to restaurants, shopping and beautiful Forsyth Park is unmatchable.” Carie Kuhn
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