Condos and town homes in the Greater Savannah Georgia area

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If you’re looking for a condo or town home then you’ll have no trouble finding it in Savannah.  If you prefer something modern with all the upgrades, like granite counters, spa tubs, separate showers and hardwood flooring… we’ve got it.
If your tastes lean more towards historic and traditional in nature with historic and Victorian architecture and claw foot tubs and the modern upgrades to boot…it’s here in Savannah, Georgia!
The Islands of Wilmington and Whitemarsh are just minutes from downtown Savannah and Tybee Island and offer condos and town homes in every price range, some with marsh and river views, resort style pools and tennis, exercise facilities to putting green.
I really like showing what the Savannah area has to offer in condos and townhomes so give me a call or shoot me an email and I would be happy to send you some current listings in your price range and the feature and location you are looking for!
Or just click here to search the MLS.  Oh, and be sure to give me as much info on your likes and dislikes in a condo or townhome and I will be able to email you listings tailored to your needs.


For more information just send me an email of give me a call.
Thomas Tolbert
Keller Williams Realty
Office 912-232-8580
Direct (Best way to reach me) 912-308-6839

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Richard Ives
Chicago, IL

Great post Tom.  It looks like there are many options for house hunting buyers to consider when moving to your area.

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