Savannah Historic District Real Estate

Founded in 1733, Savannah boasts one of the largest and most well preserved historic districts in the country. The love of residents for their city is reflected in a diverse selection of unique neighborhoods, each with its own distinct features and architectural styles, and none more notable than the Savannah Historic District. The area is a treasure trove of historic homes and the Savannah Historic District real estate market features a diverse sampling of over two hundred years’ worth of architectural styles.

Extending across 2.5 square miles, the district’s official boundaries are the Savannah River to the north, Gwinnett Street to the south, and E. Broad Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard to the east and west, respectively. The market for Savannah Historic District real estate boasts everything from antebellum (pre-Civil War) classic Georgian Revivals with soaring columns to beautifully preserved Italianate mansions to Victorian rowhouses. You will find even more historically and architecturally distinctive properties in the adjacent Savannah Victorian Historic District, as well as in the nearby Thomas Square Streetcar District and Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent Historic District. Interested in classic ranch houses from the 1950s and ‘60s? Don’t miss the extensive selection of mid-century homes in Habersham Woods, a subdivision south of Savannah Historic District Real Estate.

Real Estate Areas of Expertise
Downtown Savannah Real Estate | Homes in National Historic Landmark District | Savannah GA Real Estate Historic District | Savannah Historic District Real Estate