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Savannah At A Glance

Plan on Moving to Savannah!

From enjoying the cool shade of ancient town square trees to feeling your mouth water as you walk by an endless selection of restaurants, Savannah, Georgia and the surrounding cities of Chatham County have nothing but genuine southern hospitality to offer new residents moving to Savannah! Immerse yourself in an eventful history with enough material to offer you thrills and even chills for as long as you live in Savannah. Your local movers at All My Sons Moving and Storage know that one look at this beautiful city will have you hooked. Peruse the calendar for countless festivals to attend after you’ve settled in from your move with the best Savannah movers! 

Several warm months and mild winters let residents of Savannah and Chatham County enjoy the many beautiful parks, monuments, and even cemeteries that linger as beautiful reminders of this Georgia city’s often turbulent past. The local Savannah movers know that the downtown area alone is one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts, with many antebellum buildings and post-Civil War monuments. The city founder, James Edward Oglethorpe, built Savannah on a grid system around 24 green town squares, making modern-day Savannah the perfect walking city. All but three of the squares remain. However, city officials plan to organize efforts to revive these squares lost to commercial development and past city plans gone awry. 

With so much history embedded in our city, it isn’t hard to make the logical connection between Savannah’s credit as America’s Most Haunted City (a name bestowed in 2002 by the American Institute of Parapsychology) and its bloodied history of fires, plagues, and wars. Even the strongest Savannah movers can get chills walking the city streets at night. Proud home to Fort Jackson, the oldest standing fort in Georgia, Savannah has seen its share of fighting and bloodshed in both the War of 1812 and the Civil War. Although Savannah was still under the Union Army’s control when the Civil War ended, its beauty led the Union troops to resist demolition in favor of preserving Savannah for President Abraham Lincoln. 

Move to Georgia with your professional Savannah movers, and you’ll soon realize Savannah is one of the hottest locations for entrepreneurs. This southern community has the flair of its European founder, making it attractive to young generations of business leaders, and to well-trained Savannah movers! 

Once you’ve made your long distance or local move to Chatham County with help from your Savannah movers, satisfy your hunger with an Italian feast fit for a godfather at Corleone’s Trattoria. For a true taste of the south, head to West Congress Street for a home-cooked meal from Paula Deen, host of the Food Network show called Paula’s Home Cooking. Author of four cookbooks, Paula Deen owns and operates The Lady and Sons, a multi-award winning southern restaurant and all-time favorite for hungry Savannah movers. 

Ready to move to Savannah, Georgia? Call the professional Savannah movers of All My Sons today to get started!