Fairway Oaks

Fairway Oaks is conveniently centrally located, close to both St. Joseph’s / Candler Hospital and Memorial Medical University Hospital, I-16 and Truman Parkway. Residents can be either Downtown or Southside within minutes.

Fairway Oaks homes were mostly built in the late 1940s through the early 1960s. Most Fairway Oaks homes boast hardwood floors throughout and energy-efficient brick construction. Architectural styles in the neighborhood vary but are predominately Ranch-style or Split-level in the Colonial Revival, Contemporary and Modern styles.

Fairway Oaks properties generally come with large, well-landscaped lots (many of the residents are avid gardeners) with generously-sized front and back yards accented by beautiful old-growth trees. The popular Bacon Park Golf Courseis adjacent to Fairway Oaks. Golfers are particularly keen on the neighborhood as a result: many properties’ back yards overlook the well-maintained and attractively designed golf course.

 Fairway Oaks was designed thoughtfully and creatively, with gently curving neighborhood lanes, cozy cul-de-sacs and a few divided roadways with tree-dotted medians, breaking away from the traditional “pre-war” grid-like pattern of streets.

The Fairway Oaks Association, one of the earliest such homeowner associations in Savannah, is recognized at the state level and remains very active within the neighborhood and the local community at large. Association representatives regularly attend city planning meetings, send out newsletters, plan holiday events, and strive to preserve the character of the neighborhood that residents love.

Residents in Fairway Oaks range from retirees who have raised families in the neighborhood and settled in happily for decades to brand new families with children, and they all tend to be very friendly, helpful, and welcoming to new neighbors. There is a very active Neighborhood Watch and the neighborhood has no throughfares (outlets to busy nearby roadways were sealed off in the 1980s), which joggers, walkers, bicyclists and parents of playful young ones appreciate.

The Fairway Oaks neighborhood / Greenview Historic District are known as “the first Mid-Modern subdivision listed in the National Register in the state of Georgia.”

Looking for work? Fairway Oaks is conveniently situated within a short drive from many major employers in the Savannah, Georgia area! Gulfstream Aerospace, The Georgia Ports AuthorityInternational PaperMemorial Health University Medical CenterSt. Joseph’s / Candler HealthcareTarget Distribution CenterJCB, the Savannah Hilton Head International AirportGeorgia Tech’s Savannah campus, and many other  universities & colleges are all popular employers located close to Fairway Oaks.

Local Schools

Utilities

  • Power: Georgia Power
  • Water & Sewer: City of Savannah
  • Cable TVYour choice: DISH Network, Comcast (XFINITY) or AT&T (DirecTV), more!
  • Phone (landline)Your choice: Vonage, Verizon, AT&T, more!
  • InternetYour choice: Comcast, AT&T, more!
My name is Trisha Cook and real estate is my passion! I would be delighted to introduce you to the charms of Fairway Oaks and work with you and your family to find your dream home!

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Visit my website to search homes for sale in Fairway Oaks and in other parts of beautiful Savannah, Georgia as well as surrounding areas in Georgia such as Richmond Hill, Garden City, Pooler, Ellabell, Tybee Island, Port Wentworth, Bloomingdale and many more.

Please feel welcome to call me at (912) 844-8662 as well as visit me on the web! Freely search all homes for sale in the tri-county area and beyond!

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