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Can Y'all Say Savannah, GA?

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Does anyone live near Savannah, Georgia. I am looking at a piece of property that is about 12 miles south of Savannah (Yes Bob It's a gated community again) that I'm seriously thinking about buying. If I do, I will sell my house in Delaware. If you live in Savannah or have lived there give me a PM.

Here is where I'm looking: http://www.thelandings.com/lifestyle/video.cfm

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Never lived there, but I've visited and its a beautiful city. One of the few on the east coast that I could see myself in.

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(Yes Bob It's a gated community again) that I'm seriously thinking about buying.

Can you spell "s-i-l-v-e-r s-p-o-o-n"? :smilewide:
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Can you spell "s-i-l-v-e-r s-p-o-o-n"? :smilewide:

Now why would I want to spell that? I've had to work hard for everything I have. Nothing has ever come easy to me. :scratchchin:

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Savannah is one of the nicest cities in the US to live in if you have money, from what I hear. Will be a real change of pace from Delaware.

Can't get more old south than Savannah.

Chris

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My Aunt and Uncle actually live in that very same community. I have only been there twice, but each time we had a blast. It is absolutely gorgeous, very quiet, and very safe. They moved there about 4 years ago when my Uncle retired. I've only golfed there once, I think there are something like 5 golf courses, but the golf was excellent. My Uncle and Aunt love it, they've got their boat in a marina nearby (I haven't yet seen the boat, they didn't have that yet when I was down there), their house is gorgeous, they boat, play tennis, and generally live the good life all year around.

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Never been to Savannah, but would love to go...

Well there we have it... I'll go down and take care of the place for ya at least 2 weeks out of the year :D That way we can kill 2 birds with one stone (Your need of security and my need of a vacation :sign0200:)

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Where are you looking into, Georgetown or Savage Island (More likely place for you :P)? I know the city pretty well.

Savannah is 3.5 hours for me, pay me the fuel and toll prices, and I will see it. :D

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Where are you looking into, Georgetown or Savage Island (More likely place for you :P)? I know the city pretty well.

Savannah is 3.5 hours for me, pay me the fuel and toll prices, and I will see it. :D

Skidaway island. About 12 miles South of Savannah.

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Skidaway island. About 12 miles South of Savannah.

That is a nice place. Good Luck and Good Choice!

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And Good Golf courses if you play golf.

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I've got family that live about 45 minutes north of Savannah. I've been there lots of times when I'm up an visiting them in SC, I love it there. Really beautiful city, lots of very historic buildings and just an all around nice atmosphere.

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It is a beautiful city. I loved it so much when I was there as a teenager I named my daughter after it.

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Living in Delaware for 8 years now (oh, and southeastern PA for a large part of the last 4)...I've never been to Georgia, but also have never heard anything but great things. Parents and relatives have said it's a gorgeous area in general, climate and otherwise, and I work with a guy at home who is always talking about how his parents moved to a place near Savannah "and were able to buy land & build an incredible house for what you'd pay for a dump in lower Delaware". So, he obviously thinks highly of it, with a Delaware prospective.

Planning of land & then a new home? Definitely gets you the all important very southern climate, and also from what I've been told, and area that's both beautiful and without extreme overpricing (or at least not used to).

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PCS, I'm a little confused. I thought you were going to be in Europe for a while, and even had your GXP shipped over there? Why the change back so quickly???

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PCS, I'm a little confused. I thought you were going to be in Europe for a while, and even had your GXP shipped over there? Why the change back so quickly???

:scratchchin::smilewide: :AH-HA_wink:

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We may wind up relocating to Savannah by the end of the year. If we do, it means bye-bye Buick.

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Paula Deen always talks about it.

I bet she's the reason for the move. Lord knows his taste level is on par with Eurotrash and a cackling, aged Southern tart.

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