Designed in a stunning Beauxs-Arts layout as the Chatham Crescent, the neighborhoods of Ardsley Park and Baldwin Park were developed as one of Savannah's original automobile suburbs. Strict building standards were adhered to to create quality in built design and cohesion in uniformity, style and massing. Baldwin Park is centered around its park and consists primarily of bungalows and Federal style structures as well as handsome brick multi-family units. Ardsley Park has grander scale home and lot sizes which reflect the growing wealth of Savannah in the post-war era. Both neighborhoods are a friendly mix of professionals, students and families and perfectly reflect Savannah's true melting pot character. Both of these neighborhoods have active, well established neighborhood associations that host functions and community events throughout the year. Beautiful Beauxs-Arts streetscapes. -- Baldwin Park and promenade to old Savannah High School -- Central location -- Active neighborhood associations Come with me on a ride-along through Savannah's Ardsley Park Community:
Just to the south of Ardsley Park is the Ardmore & Olin Heights community. Often grouped together with Ardsley Park, this community features smaller homes and more affordable prices. The heartbeat of this community is Hull Park--a diamond shaped park with playground and baseball field. Here's a video I shot right in front of this charming park.