Savannah Apartments for Rent
Forsyth Park in Savannah features a large water fountain and a Fragrant Garden for the blind
Live Oaks leading to the ruins of Wormsloe, a 1733 plantation containing the oldest structures in Savannah.
The Pirate House was built in 1753 and is currently a popular Savannah restaurant.
A lovely Savannah street leading to City Hall.
Savannah's historic riverfront is filled with shops and restaurants.
The historic Tybee Island Lighthouse was originally built in 1732.
A quintessential Southern Gothic town, Savannah lies seventeen miles up the Savannah River from the Atlantic Ocean, bordering South Carolina. Throughout this city, one can easily find a diverse range of Savannah apartments for rent.
Historic buildings surround Spanish-moss-swathed squares to form the core of the city, and these structures are standing examples of just about every architectural style of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In a study published by the Savannah Historic Foundation, more than 40 percent of 2,500 buildings inventoried in Savannah had architectural and/or historical significance.
Not only is the city filled with amazing architecture, residents also enjoy spooky cemeteries, global sophistication, eclectic nightlife, fantastic food and an array of Savannah apartments for rent. Diners have their choice of award-winning restaurants and nationally known chefs while shoppers can find plenty of antiques, boutiques, fine art and high fashion to browse.
Finding apartments for rent in Savannah puts you only 20 minutes away from Tybee Island, a laid-back beach retreat for Savannah residents and visitors. This Southern beach town offers new residents a few miles of wide blue sky and attractive beaches.