Waterways Neighborhood Richmond Hill

Waterways

Richmond Hill's Natural Setting Neighborhood

The homes for sale in the Waterways make up a portion of a 2,300-acre community south of the historic Savannah, Georgia, just 10 minutes away from Richmond Hill. Waterway, developed by Fletcher Davis Management Company, is comprised of charming neighborhoods built on a foundation of conservation with many outdoor amenities to enjoy.

Waterways was designed to suit the needs of every family. It offers homes with deep verandas, exposed rafter tails, and raised porches. It is slowly becoming one of the most exciting gated communities in all of Savannah, Georgia, according to realestatescorecard.com. It has plenty to offer families of all different sizes.

Waterways is comprised of five main neighborhoods that have their own unique architecture and individual price ranges for homes. Waterway Park South has wooded homes for sale starting at $93k, while the Long Creek neighborhood has homes starting at the low $400s. RidgeWood Park neighborhood is situated near the State Wildlife area and offers cottage-style homes in the $300s. The Enclave and Lake Wood neighborhoods also offer beautiful estate homes starting in the mid $70’s to high $90’s.

 

Coastal living at Its Finest- About the Area

Richmond Hill is a community that perfectly melds small-town living with everything you could desire from today’s modern world. Simply put, days can go as slow or as fast as you want them to in this unique coastal town.

As Richmond Hill continues to grow, the city has managed to maintain its charming, small-town atmosphere. Residents enjoy unique local dining options, a diverse array of local shops, frequent community festivals and events, group recreational programs, and even a multitude of entrepreneurial business opportunities.

Learn more about the neighborhoods of Waterways Here.

Designed with Nature in Mind

2,000 Acers of State Wildlife

Waterways is a conservation-based community, and the natural topography of the land has inspired its planning. Thoughtful consideration has been given to create architectural guidelines that are authentic to our coastal region. Simply put, the homes at Waterways, with their deep porches and exposed rafter tails, encourage an elegantly relaxed lifestyle.

Waterways is designed to complement the natural habit of the area rather than work against it. With the lush greenery and mild climate, the area has incredibly beautiful plant life abound. Some of the finest views in the Southeast can be found here. The area is home to over 2,300 acres of state wildlife as well as six miles of coastal marshland. There’s also the nearby Red Bird Waterway, offering convenient access to the Georgia beaches and nearby barrier islands. It’s true coastal living.

Whether you are passionate about canoeing or fishing, the Waterways offers endless amounts of family fun and fosters a real sense of community. Fishermen especially should check out the Bill Dance Signature Fishing Experience; a series of lagoons packed full of fish that are sure to delight and amaze any fisherman. Over 450 acres of preserved wide open spaces are ready and waiting for any kind of recreational purpose, including oak trees canopied by Spanish moss that makes the ideal place to hang a hammock. Relax and take in the world around you while the kids playoff on their own. Here, water’s influence is the center of the lifestyle, and health and wellness are valued along with days of adventure and exploration.

 

The Neighborhoods of Waterways

Each Waterways neighborhood is designed with its own unique character and charm. Here, you’ll find a wide selection of interconnected neighborhoods, convenient access to community amenities, and homesites with lagoon, park, and wooded views.

Waterways currently has 6 different neighborhoods within the gates all with their unique charm.  In 2021 Waterways will be releasing the Red Bird Marsh Front Lots as well as a planned section north of the existing Lakewood Neighborhood offering both interior and lagoon frontage homesites.

Our families enjoy the temperate climate of the low country from their very own porches. Whether you are looking for the southern elegance of a low country cottage, or a larger estate home with lagoon views, or a low maintenance townhome- it would be our honor to help you find the perfect home.

The Waterways was designed to complement the natural habit of the area rather than work against it. With the lush greenery and mild climate, the area has incredibly beautiful plant life abound. Some of the finest views in the Southeast can be found here. The area is home to over 2,000 acres of state wildlife as well as six miles of coastal marshland. There’s also the nearby Red Bird Waterway, offering convenient access to the Georgia beaches and nearby barrier islands. It’s true coastal living.

Whether you are passionate about canoeing or fishing, the Waterways offers endless amounts of family fun and fosters a real sense of community. Fishermen especially should check out the Bill Dance Signature Fishing Experience; a series of lagoons packed full of fish that are sure to delight and amaze any fisherman. Over 450 acres of preserved wide open spaces are ready and waiting for any kind of recreational purpose, including oak trees canopied by Spanish moss that makes the ideal place to hang a hammock. Relax and take in the world around you while the kids playoff on their own.

Amenities Abound

Fitness, Swimming, Marina and Golf

Here are just some of the amenities already available at the Waterways:

  • WaterClub West which has a junior Olympic swimming pool
  • A screened pavilion fireplace, big screen TV, grill, and refrigerator
  • Hawk Island Boathouse for easy water access
  • The Grand Lagoon with three miles of waterways
  • Trellis Park is an outdoor gathering place kept well-lit with Savannah-style gas lanterns
  • The gated entrance to the community offers complete peace of mind and a sense of security

Ridgewood Park has an events lawn center; including basketball, baseball, volleyball, community gardens, and a playground.

Lakewood has a screened-in pavilion with restrooms, kayak launch and storage, full-service marine, and a firepit with iron dack chairs.

These amenities really are just the start as Waterways has put together plans to develop even more amenities and conveniences to improve the lives of residents. The current plans include two 4500sq ft swimming pools, a fitness center, a snack bar, and general stores.  The Waterways is constantly being improved and added to so that residents can enjoy the best quality of life while staying there.

Waterways is roughly 11 miles away from the city of Richmond Hill. Richmond Hill is itself a quiet family community. It boasts high-quality schools, a coastal location, and the city has a rich history residents and guests alike can explore. Richmond Hill is also close to the commerce center of Savannah, making it even more appealing. Providing residents with a wealth of options for shopping, local dining, recreation, and business opportunities, Richmond Hill is the prime example of what coastal living has to offer.

Richmond Hill is also well-connected, situated at the crossroads of Highway 17 and I-95. It’s around 30 minutes from Richmond Hill to Darien, Midway, Hinesville, Pooler, and downtown Savannah. Keep driving and you’ll be able to reach Brunswick, Jekyll Island, Hilton Head Island, Statesboro, Pembroke, Tybee Island, and St. Simons within an hour. With a new Emergency Room Center and a new entrance to 95, Richmond Hill continues to improve its city. 

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