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Welcome to Richmond Hill Georgia and Fort Stewart Homes

Located just outside Savannah and home to about 18,000 people, Richmond Hill is a Coastal Haven with a wonderful sense of community that offers our residents parks, great schools (elementary, middle and high schools), fishing and boating and recreational facilities. Richmond Hill is also the gateway into Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield. Richmond Hill and neighboring Hinesville provide excellent homes just outside Fort Stewart. 

 

As your Richmond Hill real estate broker I can offer information on every community and neighborhood in Richmond Hill and Hinesville including the prices of homes and land.  Don’t waste time with an inexperienced realtor when you can put me to work for you and save you money when buying your next home. This includes showing you the homes you like most, writing contracts, and removing any headaches that come with buying. 

 

Considering selling your home? Knowing the current market values is what makes me qualified to not only price your home right but help stage it for what buyers are wanting today.

 

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NEW COMMUNITY COMING SOON!!!

Richmond Hill, GA is breaking ground on a brand new community, Buckhead East, located in the heart of Dee Henderson park. Homes will range from $180,000 to $450,000 and will boast open floor plans, beautiful finishes, wooded lots, and much more. You will be within walking distance to great fishing ponds, baseball fields, softball fields, and synthetic soccer fields. The builder is offerring MILITARY DISCOUNTS! Click the link below to learn more about this amazing new community:

Buckhead East

 

Give us a call, and we will go check out some open houses this weekend or browse new listings!  It is always a good time to buy a house.  Remember Randy Bocook for all your Richmond Hill, Fort Stewart, and Savannah Real Estate needs.

 

Discover the Rich History of Richmond
Hill This Spring – 2013

 

If you have the pleasure of visiting
Richmond Hill, Georgia in the springtime, you will surely want to get outdoors
to marvel in the natural beauty of the area. One great way to do that is to
visit the
Coastal Bryan Heritage Trail. The
trail begins at 5270 Cedar Street, Richmond Hill.


Created in large part by the efforts
of the Richmond Hill Boy Scout Troop 527, the trail boasts 32 historical marker
sites that paint Richmond Hill and Bryan County’s history back to pre-Civil War
days all the way through the 1930′s.  Of
particular interest are the points that reflect the contribution that Henry and
Clara Ford made to the area while living in their winter home on the Ogeeche
River near Richmond Hill (known then as Ways Station).


If you choose to follow the trail,
put on some good walking shoes or bring a vehicle because there is more than
one can see in an hour!  Some of the
highlights of the trail are the Courthouse Annex built in 1793, Ways Station,
built in 1856 and the Community House, an imposing building that the Fords
built in 1936. 


Community House offered area
residents access to cultural development, education and community events like
dancing without cost.   It served as a
community center where locals could learn cooking skills, home economics, and
sewing but also spend the evening hours basked in live music.


Another gracious reminder of Richmond
Hill’s past is the Burnt Church Cemetery.
Here you can meditate while strolling
through a graveyard filled with some of Bryan County’s first residents. Built
alongside the Bryan Neck Presbyterian Church in 1830, the cemetery remains a
visible marker of local history even though the church itself burned in 1882.


True to the impact the Ford’s had on
Richmond Hill is the Martha-Mary Chapel named in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ford.  Built in 1937, the building was
dedicated to the spiritual needs of students at nearby school.


You will also want to visit the
George Washington Carver School, built in 1939.
It was built by Henry Ford to provide African American children with
access to a quality education. Named in honor of the famous agriculturalist and
educator, George Washington Carver, the school was years ahead of the curve
toward creating equality in education.


True to the impact the Ford’s had on
Richmond Hill is the Martha-Mary Chapel named in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ford.  Built in 1937, the building was
dedicated to the spiritual needs of students at nearby schools. Of interest are
the furnishings in the chapel that were designed and constructed by students at
the school.


The truth is that no matter where you
stop on your visit to  the Coastal Bryan
Heritage Trail, you will gain a sense of the amazing events and people that
shaped live in Richmond Hill. It is time well spent in the beauty and wonderful
weather that each spring brings us. The trail also offers a glimpse into the
bright future that awaits those fortunately enough to live in Richmond Hill!
For more specific information about the trail,
click here.