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Feiler Park Hussars Terrace Dittmerville Apartments for Rent

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Feiler Park/Hussars Terrace/Dittmerville is a unique, medium-sized, suburban subdivision of Savannah, Georgia. Potential residents can choose from a variety of housing types. The community is bordered to the west by railroad tracks and to the east by Montgomery Street. East 52nd Street serves as the northern border, and Staley Avenue serves as the southern border.

The neighborhood is just north of the Hunter Army Airfield. Even though it is primarily residential, there are several businesses and attractions within minutes. It’s near the Savannah Historic District, two and a half miles of preserved architecture, shops, museums, and scenic outlooks.

The Feiler Park/Hussars Terrace/Dittmerville community is also an especially appealing place for outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, and sports lovers. Ardsley Park is a quarter-mile away, providing open parkland and picnic facilities. Forsyth Park offers a majestic, cast-iron, two-tiered fountain. It also has a multiple-use sports field, tennis courts, soccer fields, walking paths, nature trails, and a playground for children. This park is host to special events all year, and boasts Savannah’s official Christmas tree each December.

The community is within easy driving or walking distance to some of the most esteemed public and private schools in the county. Children can attend Pulaski Elementary School, Jacob G. Smith Elementary School, or Calvary Day School. Junior high school students can attend Notre Dame Academy or Derenne Middle School. Older students can attend Beach High School, Jenkins High School, or Savannah High School.

Feiler Park/Hussars Terrace/Dittmerville is located near the historic attractions of Savannah, as well as its vast shopping centers and entertainment attractions.

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