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Landmark Historic District Savannah Real Estate

Landmark Historic District

Savannah is Georgia’s oldest city and one of the most enchanting and beautiful cities in the country. Established 1733 by General James Oglethorpe, the city is laid in an elegant grid pattern with wide open streets and lovely parks which continue to draw locals and visitors alike. The Landmark Historic District is 2.5 square miles and had 24 original squares, 22 of which are in existence today.

Most of the homes date back to the 18th and 19th centuries and you’ll find some splendid examples of Georgian, Gothic, and Greek Revival architecture. To be sure, some of the most sought-after properties can be found here. What’s more, the rates of appreciation on historic district buildings have averaged over 50 percent since approximately 1999 making this area a hot target for homeowners, businesses and investors.

Savannah has one of the most unique and eclectic historic real estate markets in the country. If artculturefestivalsconcertslive theateroutdoor cafesgourmet restaurants, museums, mansions and true Southern hospitality are what you are looking for, the Landmark Historic District is for you!

Street boundaries: Gwinnett Street north to River Street and the Savannah River, and from East Broad Street to MLK Boulevard.

Top Things to Do:

  • Tours
  • River Street
  • City Market
  • Broughton Street shopping
  • Forsyth Park
  • Savannah Riverfront
  • Jepsom Center for the Arts
  • Telfair Academy
  • American Prohibition Museum
  • Owens-Thomas House
  • The Pink House
  • Mercer-Williams House
  • Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
  • The Pirates House
  • Colonial Park Cemetery
  • Bonaventure Cemetery
  • First African Baptist Church
  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
  • Savannah Botanical Garden
  • Leopold’s Ice Cream