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      Thomas Tolbert Keller Williams Realty Office 912-232-8580 Direct (Best way to reach me) 912-308-6839 thomas.tolbert@me.com   Founded in 1978, the Savannah College of Art and Design has grown into one of the most sought after colleges worldwide for graphic design, animation, film and televis...
09/26/2008
  Located on the south side of Savannah is one of the most popular communities in Savannah called Georgetown.  The community started growth back in the 1970s and has continued to flourish with continuous new construction from single family homes to villas and townhomes.Made up of over 20 neighbor...
09/25/2008
Savannah's City Market started back in 1755 was where farmers and fishermen delivered their their wares in horse drawn wagons. Pretty much abandoned in the early 1950s the City Market just couldn't compete with the modern air conditioned grocery stores. Today the City Market, at Jefferson and We...
09/25/2008
If you're a dog lover visiting or moving to Savannah, Georgia you'll probably want to know some great places to take your dogs for a walk. Savannah is fortunate to have some beautiful parks and most of them are dog friendly. Dogs are required to be on a leash in all of Savannah's public parks. O...
09/24/2008
Savannah is known for it's huge celebration of St. Patrick's Day. Thee festivities in Savannah go on for several days, attracting roughly 400,000 Irish and honorary Irish visitors each year in addition to local celebrators. A festival that rivals that of New Orleans Mardi Gras but the comparison...
09/24/2008
Back in 1883  Tybee Beach was becoming popular with the wealthy Savannah residents and other, more affluent Americans. In 1885 the Savannah and Tybee Railroad was incorporated. The 18-mile journey from Savannah could take the better part of a day when construction of the railroad was begun on Au...
09/23/2008
Early maps refer to Isle of Hope in French as L'Isle Desperance (modern French: L'Île d'Espérance). Legends abound of pirates using the island to hide their booty, and generations of children have gone digging for treasure there. Legend also says that the island was used as a place of refuge for...
09/23/2008
It's about time! Finally, the Victory Square shopping center is now complete with the grand opening of the new Target and Staples as well as the Victory Square multiplex movie theater, finishing off the revitalization that was begun  about 2 years ago by Home Depot.    Now residents of Ardsley P...
09/19/2008
Towards the end of the 1800's, as the Savannah Historic District population grew and the streets became crowded, builders began constructing houses further south.  The Victorian District features approximately 50 blocks of exquisitely detailed grand Victorian  homes built between 1870 and 1910. T...
09/19/2008
Savannah is fortunate to have some outstanding parks.  Our most active park is probably the 20 plus acre park in the Historic - Victorian District,  Forsyth Park. At over 150 years the beautiful Forsyth Park attracts residents, tourists and students alike.  Whether it's just a stroll, running, t...
09/19/2008
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