Located in the heart of midtown, residents of Habersham Woods and Jackson Woods are just a few minutes from dining, shopping, schools, and houses of worship. This neighborhood is accessed off Habersham St, between DeRenne and Stephenson, just south of Kensington Park. The streets in Habersham Woods are all dead-ends and have no through traffic, creating a quiet and peaceful living environment. The lots are large and filled with mature trees. Close to hospitals. Jackson Woods is just south of Habersham Woods, it has a similar feel, but the streets wind around and there are a number of cul-de-sacs.
What the neighbors say:
Hidden gem! Cul de sac is So quiet and peaceful you’d never know Habersham and Stephenson border this neighborhood. Also love all the old oak trees. – Jackson Woods Resident, Laurie
Sweet Potatoes on Stephenson is a neighborhood favorite! It was featured on Man vs. Food on the Travel Channel and was proclaimed to have the “Best Banana Pudding on Earth”. It is a casual and colorful eatery serving updated Southern comfort food and a great list of beer and wine (no full bar here!). The pecan-crusted chicken is a real stand out — try it with a side of sweet potato fries.
Ben’s Neighborhood Grill is a local’s favorite hole in the wall – recently updated interior has a pub feel. I think they have the best burgers in Savannah and a rotating tap of fun local and microbrews. OMG— you must try the OMG burger- Onions, Mushrooms Gouda— it’s really Gouda!!
Shopping and Attractions:
The Habersham YMCA is adjacent to these neighborhoods. It is a large YMCA facility with gyms, outdoor pools, locker rooms, youth sports programs, daycare and summer camps.
Homes in Jackson and Habersham Woods are generally on the larger side, construction started in the mid-1960s and has continued to today, there is a wide array of home styles, including some of the finest examples of Mid-Century Modern in our CIty. (My favorites are on Johnston and Early Streets). The discerning buyer will also find colonial, post-war ranch, low county, and traditional-style homes. Prices start from $300,000, most homes are in the $450,000-$700,000 range and a few top the million-dollar price point.
Distance to Tybee Island, Army Bases, Airport, and Downtown Savannah:
30 Minutes to Tybee Island
15 Minutes to Downtown Savannah
30 Minutes to Sav/HHI International Airport
5 Minutes to Hunter Army Airfield
50 Minutes to Fort Stewart
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