One of Savannah's most charming older neighborhoods, Gordonston is located in east Savannah. The newest neighborhood in Savannah to be named to the National Register of Historic Places, Gordonston is definitely worth considering. Nestled between Skidaway Rd to the south, Pennsylvania Avenue to the east and Gwinnette St. to the north this subdivision formed in the early 20th century boasts a variety of architecture from Neo-Classical, Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts.
Beautiful overhanging trees draped in spanish moss, manicured lawns and beautiful Juliet Gordon Low Park make Gordonston one of Savannah's most prized jewels. Named for the noted Gordon family of Savannah, their most famous family member being the founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low. Quite similar to Ardsley Park in many ways, the smaller subdivision of Gordonston is just a short drive to downtown Savannah and the Islands. The east side of Savannah has seen a lot of expansion in recent years with revitalized shopping centers and major retailers attracting homebuyers and businesses to the area.