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Georgia Coastal Living

Welcome to Georgia Coastal Living – Search GA Coastal Communities

Georgia Coastal Living | Search GA Coastal Communities | Beach Life

The southern United States has been known for hospitality and charm forever. Georgia in particular is a hot spot for young and old alike. Known as The Peach State and having a motto of Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation, Georgia is a wonderful place to live whether you are raising a family or planning to retire there. The weather in Georgia is amazing, most of the state rarely gets below freezing during the winter and has a very mild spring and fall with a hot summer. People who love the outdoors will have the time of their lives and enjoy Georgia Coastal Living.

Coastal Georgia has a plethora of islands where visitors can do activities like fishing, swimming, exploring, and picnicking. Take a ferry to Cumberland Island, Sapelo Island, and Hutchinson Island. Visit other islands like St. Simons Island, Cockspur Island, Jekyll Island, and Eagle Island. There are a few lighthouses at those islands if you love a good staircase hike for a gorgeous view or a wonderful opportunity for landscape photography.

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There’s nothing quite like visiting a quaint beach town with incredible scenery. Jekyll Island is home to the Sea Turtle Center, where turtles are rehabilitated and visitors are educated. Cumberland Island has wild horses roaming the beaches and wetlands. Founded in January 1788, Georgia has a ton of historical significance and sites to see. Coastal Georgia has not only historical tours but also boat tours, dolphin watching tours, and wine cruises. Get your dose of fresh air easily with many activities involving water in lakes, rivers, and the beach. Savannah, Georgia is one of the most popular historical cities, with the Savannah History Museum, Historic District, cemeteries, old beautiful houses, and Savannah Riverboat Cruises.

Savannah is also in charge of the Georgia Historical Society, which teaches and preserves Georgia history. There are even more outdoor activities in Georgia, with a handful of state and national parks. Check out the Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, and Cloudland Canyon State Park for beautiful nature.

Coastal Living Communities right to your door

Georgia Coastal Living. Animal lovers rejoice, Georgia has many wildlife refuges some of which include 31,551 acre Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. Not to mention Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge and the Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge. If sports are more your style, there are many different public and private golf courses as well as fishing spots all over! Furthermore, enjoy professional sports teams and the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Atlanta also has amazing things to do like the world’s largest aquarium! Stop by the World of Coca-Cola, Stone Mountain, Six Flags, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park. You can also make a quick trip to Florida, around two hours or less to northern Florida. Or a few hours down to Orlando for Disney World, Universal Studios, LEGOLAND, or SeaWorld.

Georgia offers some financial incentives for residents, such as no inheritance or estate tax and retirement income tax exemptions. Georgia also has affordable healthcare and social security tax exemptions. Have fun living a beachy explorer life and make coastal Georgia your new home. Houses don’t stay on the market long so act fast and ensure your life will be paradise.

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Osprey Cove - Georgia Private Communities

Osprey Cove - Georgia Private Communities

Saint Marys, Georgia

Located just 21 minutes from Jacksonville, FL International airport, and just a 90 minute drive to Savannah, GA and St. Augustine, Osprey Cove is a constant recipient in the "Top 100 places to Retire." Kiplinger rated Georgia as the #3 in the Top 10 Tax Friendly states for Retirees. This plush coastal community boasts 665 homes. Home buyers in search of an active lifestyle are finding the right fit at Osprey Cove with private golf, tennis, boating and fishing available year round.
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Savannah Quarters  - Modern Living. Historic Charm.

Savannah Quarters - Modern Living. Historic Charm.

Pooler, Georgia

Developed by SunCal, Savannah Quarters, Savannah Quarters is a master planned community ideally located less than 15 minutes from the center of historic Savannah, GA.
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Waterways - Best Places to Live in Georgia

Waterways - Best Places to Live in Georgia

Richmond Hill, Georgia

Waterways is a 2,300-acre master-planned community located just 30 minutes from historic Savannah, Georgia, in charming Richmond Hill. Surrounded by a 1,600 acre nature preserve, this is a place where six-and-a-half miles of marsh frontage, over four miles of winding lagoons, and more than a thousand acres of ancient oak hammocks embrace our new homes and homesites.
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Cumberland Harbour

Cumberland Harbour

St. Marys, Georgia

Welcome to the Low-Country! Located on a peninsula bounded by rivers and ocean we are Georgia's Premier Coastal Community. Enjoy world-class amenities with pools, tennis, fitness center, parks and community docks. All protected by manned/gated 24/7 security for peace of mind.
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The Landings on Skidaway Island - Savannah's Choice for Island Living

The Landings on Skidaway Island - Savannah's Choice for Island Living

Savannah, Georgia

The Landings on Skidaway Island is a private gated community known as much for its beauty as for its personality. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway and just 12 miles from the charming and historic city of Savannah, GA, The Landings celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012.
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