Ardsley Park – A Savannah Favorite

Ardsley Park is an extremely popular Savannah, Georgia neighborhood.   Most of the homes were built in the first half of the 20th century and are a mixture of large two story homes and smaller “bungalows”. Savannah’s first suburb, the Ardsley Park – Chatham Crescent area was laid out in 1911, and is a mixture of prestigious four and five bedroom mansions amid smaller, craftsman style bunglalows situated on tree lined streets.  The Arsley Park area, located in Midtown and loosely bounded by Victory Drive on the north, Waters Avenue on the east, 55th Street on the south and Bull Street on the west- has become one of the city’s hottest neighborhoods favored by young professionals and families.

Real estate prices range from about 150,000 to $350,000 for to up to a million and beyond for very large homes.  Located about 10  minutes from both the southside business areas and the downtown Historic District helps make Arsley Park a convenient neighborhood.  Only a 20 minute drive to Wilmington Island and a 30 minute trip to the beach.
Definitely an area to check out if you appreciate the appeal of an older home.  Lots of hardwood floors and beautiful architectural details are found in many Ardsley Park homes.
Thomas Tolbert
Realtor / Sales Associate
Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate Legacy 
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2 Responses to “Ardsley Park – A Savannah Favorite”

  1. […] Park is a Savannah favorite.  Most homes were built in the first part of 1900s and Ardsley Park is filled with charming bungalows, larger two story homes to mansions. Beautiful trees, mature […]

  2. […] Park in Savannah Georgia Ardsley Park’s neighbor to the north of Victory Drive, Baldwin Park is one of my favorite neighborhoods. From […]

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