Historic Savannah: Come as a Tourist, Leave as a Local
Life at Savannah Quarters® gives you the opportunity to experience the best of both worlds. Our beautiful homes offer modern amenities alongside the best of today’s conveniences which blend seamlessly with an active club lifestyle, featuring some of the area’s best options and exceptional service. A historical and graceful charm complements our well-planned Lowcountry setting with stunning homes inspired by the vibrant lifestyle and historic beauty of Savannah, just minutes away. Don’t choose between the city you love and the convenience and lifestyle you desire. Now you can have it all.
Coastal Beauty and Cultural HeartAside the from the rich history and eclectic vibe, Savannah is a bustling coastal port. With the beaches of Tybee Island, Hilton Head Island and more just a short drive away, you can be enjoying the sun, surf and sand any time you please. In town there’s beauty on another level. Savannah is home to one of the East Coast’s most prolific art scenes, thanks to the world-renowned Savannah College of Art and Design.
Welcome to Pooler, GeorgiaLocated just 12 minutes west of Savannah is one of the fastest-growing areas of Georgia. The town of Pooler is home to many of the area’s most enticing retail, dining and entertainment options. It is also home to many of the area’s top employers, making it an excellent choice for young families who want to be near the culture and excitement of Savannah with the convenience of suburban living.
So Much To Do
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Savannah is known for having some of the best dining in the South. Many local restaurants seem to blend the best of the old and the new. Chefs often add a contemporary flair to southern culinary favorites. Another great thing about eating in Savannah is that the warm weather allows for outdoor dining pretty much year round.
Open since 2003, Alligator Soul is an upscale restaurant located in a refurbished basement grain warehouse. Its seasonal menu consists of organic and locally sourced ingredients. Another popular spot is Cotton and Rye. Extensive wine and beer selections (which are all American), fresh baked breads and in-house ground sausage, and ample parking make it a local favorite.