WaterWays Township – Best Places to Live in Georgia
One of the best places to live in Georgia.
WaterWays Township is a 2,300-acre master-planned community 30 minutes from historic Savannah, Georgia. WaterWays’ 1,000 acres of home sites wind along the Redbird Waterway. And, lagoons trail through them. Along with a community-wide canopy of ancient oaks, an adjacent 1,600 acres of nature preserve keeps the natural wonder alive. Homes at WaterWays start in the $260s and home sites run as low as the mid- $60s. Sites with lagoon, park, and woodland views are now listed.
This is ideal living.
Waterways Township is equally active and laid back. It’s a low-country lover’s dream. And, natural beauty is a priority.
A sense of community is both a central theme and an integral component at WaterWays. Group kayaking trips along miles of lagoons are common. And, residents often meet at the community garden to sow, weed, and harvest. Coupled with a bass-stocked lake and walking trails, the community fitness center, WaterClub West Junior Olympic swimming pool, and screened outdoor pavilion keep residents active and outdoors…together.
It’s no surprise that Waterways Township was named the area’s #1 community two years in a row by The Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah.
Coming soon to WaterWays – a deep water marina! Now under construction, the WaterWays Marina will not only feature access to both the Intracoastal and The Atlantic Ocean, but also will include a ship store, fueling station, wet and dry slip storage, and launch facilities. The Marina Village will be the coup-de-grâce. In addition to boutique shops and dining options, it will provide green space for outdoor events and gatherings. But, ultimately, the Marina River Club will become residents’ social mainstay. Not only will it provide an indoor space for social functions, but also will include a fitness center and a Racquet Club for tennis and pickle ball lovers.
There are endless reasons to fall in love with the Waterways lifestyle. But, until you walk beneath the moss covered oaks, chat with residents, and get your feet wet in the Redbird Waterway, you won’t know what you’re missing.
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