Lying to the south and southwest of Savannah, Bryan County offers a unique blend of piney woods and marshland. Its largest town, Richmond Hill, is a lively coastal community that plays host to several seasonal festivals, including the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival, and boasts one of the top-rated public school systems in Georgia. Many military families live in and around fast-growing Richmond Hill, which borders Fort Stewart, a 280,000-acre Army base.
Effingham County offers homebuyers a choice of residential areas with different characters – on-the-go Rincon, quaint Guyton, and Springfield, the county seat. All three municipalities retrain their peaceful atmosphere, surrounded by green ranches and family farms. Many of the organic farmers, horticulturalists and ranchers who participate in the weekly Forsyth Farmers’ Market in downtown Savannah grow produce, raise grass-fed cows and hogs, and package their own jellies, jams and honeys in these surrounded communities. ]
Located in Georgia’s spectacular coastal plain, Bulloch County is home to miles of rich farmland and forests filled with gorgeous magnolia, dogwood, pine and palm trees. This county is rich with history (founded in 1803) and bustling with the energy of Georgia Southern – a Carnegie Doctoral Research university that offers 124 degree programs to 20,000+ students from 49 states and 86 nations.
Located just 30 minutes south of Savannah Port and Airport and within two hours of two additional ports and international airports, Liberty is also bisected by Interstate 95 and two rail lines. In addition, the I-16 connector to I-75 and the Midwest is only 25 minutes north.
Master-planned industrial parks with both pad ready and greenfield sites are available, as are existing buildings. There is already a robust industry base, but lots of infrastructure and room exists for other manufacturing and distribution companies looking to expand or relocate.