Set in a tranquil landscape of large growth hardwoods and pines, Southwind offers its residents the ability to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the working life. Whether it’s the serene surroundings of a quaint wooded lot or the expansive views of the deep water lake lots, Southwind is truly a desirable place to live. With additional development on the horizon, Southwind’s close proximity to the future Village Center means even more opportunities to interact with your neighbors and friends. Not to mention, it is just a short golf cart ride away from the golf courses and parks that make the Savannah Lakes Village and the Little River Blueway a fun-filled, exciting place to retire.
At every stage of life and for every type of budget, there is truly something for everyone in Tara! Boasting a centralized location, it is the most populated of the neighborhoods. The second most established community, Tara includes golf lots, waterfront properties, and interior parcels. Central to the Tara lifestyle is the eponymous Tara golf course, featuring rolling hills and views of the Little River Blueway. The newly renovated Tara Clubhouse offers fine and casual dining with a view at The River Grille, including monthly neighborhood dinners and frequent informal gatherings.
Although officially two separate communities, Magnolia and Shenandoah overlap and intertwine, providing residents with the best of both worlds! Magnolia encompasses the back nine of the Tara golf course, while Shenandoah offers the most waterfront lots, offering private and completely unobstructed views of the lake. Nature lovers will enjoy the miles of biking and paddling trails and three state parks adjacent to both neighborhoods, as well as SLV’s $2.5 million health and fitness center--complete with indoor and outdoor pools, performance theater, bowling alley, and much more. Community garden plots are available to residents with or without a green thumb!
Situated on a peninsula, Savannah Point is characterized by large waterfront lots, each having access to a boat slip at the very convenient Savannah Point community docks. This sought-after neighborhood boasts a 32-acre central median abounding with lush greenery and flowering trees--thanks in large part to the Village’s active and talented garden committee. Joggers and walkers alike make frequent use of this beautiful and convenient green space. A close-knit community, Savannah Point affords its residents numerous opportunities to socialize and collaborate throughout the year.
Created in 2001 with luxury in mind, this neighborhood has certainly delivered! Monticello offers both luxury waterfront living and golf lots overlooking the award-winning golf course (host to the SwingThought.com Tour, formerly the NGA/Hooters Tour). This challenging course covers the beautiful rolling terrain surrounding Lake Thurmond. Besides golf, many Monticello residents enjoy biking, walking, running and more, often taking advantage of the adjacent Baker Creek State Park.