Gordonston (Savannah, GA)
By Don Callahan, One of The 10 Most Dependable Agents in Eastern US
(Keller Williams Realty)
This lush, tree-laden neighborhood was originally planned and developed by the Gordon family of Savannah, its most famous member being Juliette Gordon-Low, founder of the Girl Scouts of America. Designated a National Historic District in 2001, the neighborhood lies just minutes from the heart of Downtown Savannah yet retains a park-like ambience that was incorporated into its design as the city's first suburb. Like spokes of a wheel, streets fan off a central hub (Pierpont Circle) and several broad avenues intersect in a design not unlike the Beaux-Arts landscapes found throughout Ardsley Park. House styles here vary from Georgian mansions to Craftman bungalows to a re-located and restored farmhouse. Lots are generally expansive and well-kept, with established plantings and a mature tre...
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By Thomas Tolbert
(Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate Legacy )
 One of Savannah's most charming older neighborhoods, Gordonston is located on the east side of 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 Gwinnett St. to the north, this subdivision formed in the early 20th century boasts a variety of architecture from Neo-Classical, Colonial Revival to Arts and Crafts style homes.   Beautiful overhanging trees draped in spanish moss, manicured lawns, beautiful and unique homes and the Juliet Gordon Low Park make Gordonston one of Savannah Georgia's  most prized jewels.  Named for the noted Gordon family of Savannah, their most famous family member being the founder of t...
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