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Ardsley Park

Savannah's Secret Midtown Neighborhood

Planned and built in 1910, Ardsley Park was effectively Savannah’s first suburb. That doesn’t mean it’s far from downtown; in fact, Ardsley Park is only 2 miles from downtown Savannah and all it has to offer. The 5,000 trees planted in the area provide a beautiful canopy for the streets and complement the charming qualities of the Ardsley Park homes. Houses for sale in Ardsley Park often include a variety of sizes and styles ranging from large mansions to charming single-family bungalows on quiet streets. Colonial, Tudor, and Spanish Mediterranean architecture make up the majority of the Ardsley Park homes for sale, often overlooking small parks and squares. For more information or to schedule a viewing of our Ardsley Park real estate listings, contact us today.

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Located between Victory Drive and Columbus Drive, Ardsley Park is popular with families and young professionals, given its proximity to Savannah’s Historic District and Southside areas. Ardsley Park is also considered one of the most convenient places to live with several local businesses located close to home.


Restaurants & Dining

Ardsley Park offers expansive parks and plenty of opportunities to dine and shop close to home. The 5 Spot Neighborhood Kitchen and Bar is a hip, casual restaurant and bar offering Ardsley Park residents a place to grab a quick bite or drink. Right in the same neighborhood is Bella’s Italian Cafe, a local Savannah secret offering delicious, homemade Italian cuisine.

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See & Do

Aside from the many small parks and squares that dot the Ardsley Park landscape, nearby Daffin Park is a 77-acre public park with a swimming pool, tennis, basketball, volleyball, a walking trail, and picnic area. All of Ardsley's beautiful scenery and attractions make it easy to see why so many Savannahians love to call Ardsley Park home.