Why Savannah?


When people think of Savannah, they usually conjure a vision of classic Southern living, genteel and charming. They think of a place unlike any other in the United States - old mansions, forts and cemeteries amid moss-draped oaks and mystical, fragrant wisteria. They think of squares with fountains and monuments. As dreamlike as it may sound, this unique picture is actually typical of what the Historic District looks like. But there’s also a lot more to “The Hostess City of the South.” It’s primarily a vibrant, modern place to live with the amenities, economy, and infrastructure to support the most active contemporary lifestyles.


Natural Settings, Arts and Culture

Beaches, parks and riverboats are just some elements of how to have fun in Savannah’s natural settings. Arts and culture abound in Savannah, including a strong educational base, featuring the Savannah College of Art and Design. Strong musical influences and a thriving restaurant scene, from casual to 5-star dining, await you. It has always been a strong draw for well-known artists, writers and musicians. The recently deceased Gregg Allman, co-founder of the Allman Brothers Band and a pioneer of Southern Rock, called Savannah home.


Local Lore

Savannah is steeped in tradition and lore. The melding of its history and culture create a je na sais quoi, a certain something that makes Savannah – well, Savannah.

Famous writers who have called Savannah home include Flannery O’Connor and Tom Wolfe. In the late 90s, John Berendt’s book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and the movie of the same name that followed, created a real tourist boom for Savannah – in addition to capturing the unique culture of this sly Southern city.


Community of the Month

Landmark 24 Homes develops unique, exclusive new-home communities in the Savannah area. The community of the month is Spring Lake, a family-oriented community featuring homes with three to five bedrooms, two-car garages, three to five baths, and square footage between 1,449 and 2,888 square feet. This popular West Chatham County neighborhood has an on-site amenity center, with a resort-style pool, playground, fitness center, and cabana overlooking tranquil Spring Lake Pond. The “green,” master-planned community is near the excellent Godley Station Elementary and Middle School. Homes start at $177,200.

Landmark 24 has new homes ready to move in, and can build yours to order in one of our attractive, safe, family-friendly communities. If living in storied, historic, fabled and modern Savannah is in your future, please call us for a tour: 912-353-1275