When you hear of Savannah, GA many think of the architectural charm, historic landmarks, and moss-draped live oaks that line the streets of the multiple historic districts. The most famous of them all is The Historic Landmark District. The Historic Landmark District, a little over a mile long, is known for its preservation of old mansions and historic homes. While the architectural charm remains, many of the homes have been restored and have modern amenities. Newly crafted homes blend in seamlessly.
Other historic districts include the Victorian District, built after the Civil War and has a different architectural look with primarily framed homes. The Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District contains a mix of historic, intact residential, commercial, and community buildings associated with the Thomas Square Neighborhood. The Eastside Historic District is a large, residential neighborhood located east of the Savannah Victorian District.