Live in the Georgia Coast

Dutch Island

Savannah

Built along 500 acres of pristine ecological wonder, Dutch Island calls to those who yearn for nothing more than the quiet rustle of wind through seagrass and a sunset painting the sky in brilliant colors. Tracing its roots back to a land grant by King George II, Dutch Island has changed little since then, save for the 480 homes and amenities that now serve its residents.

Nestled along the Intercoastal Waterway, Dutch Island as a development exists with the land, rather than apart from it. It’s this dedication to preserving the natural beauty of the area that sets Dutch Island apart.

Amenities

A community pool serves as the social center of Dutch Island, offering several lanes for swimming, on-site snack bar, a spacious deck surrounded by lush greenery and a nearby fire pit for gathering with friends and neighbors.

Of course, the deep-water access to the ICW beckons the avid boater, and they’ll be right at home at the boat ramp, pier and dock. For outdoor pursuits on land, the active resident will find plenty to do among the community’s beach volleyball, basketball and tennis courts, while the kids can take full advantage of the community playground.

Real Estate

Available homes on Dutch Island run from the high $300k’s to just under $1.4 million.

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