Located just 20 minutes southeast of downtown Savannah, Skidaway Island is home to luxury communities like The Landings, South Harbor and Modena as well as an acclaimed oceanographic institute, a popular state park and a rich history.
This 6,300-acre barrier island – which is bounded by the Wilmington River to the north, Skidaway Narrows to the west, the Vernon River to the south and Romerly Marsh to the east – was originally settled by Timucua Native Americans, who were attracted by the area’s plentiful supply of oysters, mussels and seafood.
Today, Skidaway Island boasts three private, gated communities that are ideal locations to live and play along the coast: The Landings, Modena and South Harbor. Single-family homes on the island tend to retain their value and are in strong demand.
Whether you’re looking for a spacious home overlooking the golf course at The Landings, a private waterfront estate at Isles of South Harbor or a deepwater haven at Modena, Skidaway Island offers a wide range of options for today’s buyers.