Savannah’s Coastal Neighbor – Richmond Hill

One of my favorite communities!
Just minutes from Savannah is a picturesque community with more than 10,000 residents, yet still manages to keep it’s small town feel and charm. Known as the city that Henry Ford Built, it is formerly the home of industrialist Henry Ford,  it was named Richmond Hill in 1939 after the name of Ford’s winter residence. On  August 16, 2004 Laura Bush designated Richmond Hill among the nation’s Preserve America communities.

A family oriented community, Richmond Hill’s public school system is considered among the best in the coastal Georgia area. For more information on schools you can visit the Bryan County Schools website.
Whatever your looking for in a coastal community, Richmond Hill has to offer, from boating and fishing, to golf, shopping, great seafood, and fun outdoor community events like the Annual  Great Ogeechee Seafood festival, the Annual Christmas Parade, Annual Chili Cook-off  and the Annual Great Ogeechee Open Vehicle Show.
Because of the convenience to both Hinesville – Ft. Stewart base and Savannah’s Hunter Army Airfield, Richmond Hill is a favorite among military families as well.
Due to the popularity of the community there are a lot of new construction communities throughout as well as older neighborhoods with mature landscaping. Median home prices are about $150,000 to $350,000.  Many homes offer larger lots, often close to a half acre and beyond.
If you are considering moving to the area this is one community you don’t want to miss!
Thomas Tolbert
Realtor / Sales Associate
Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate Legacy 
912.303.8405 office | 912.308.6839 mobile (best way to reach me)
thomas.tolbert@me.com
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