The land boasts a rich history from the first Native American civilizations over 5,000 years ago to the Spanish mission of San Diego de Satuache built on the Ogeechee River in the 1500’s, the many cotton, silk and rice plantations that developed and the many mills and dykes that were destroyed during the Civil War, to the Cottonham Plantation built in the 1920’s by Henry Ford who revitalized the Bryan County area by building schools, homes and a sawmill, to the ever-growing modern communities that exist today.
WaterWays Township will offer many homes for sale in Richmond Hill, Georgia that range from the relaxed yet elegance of low-country styled homes to the more traditional southern-styled brick homes. While some may find these homes more contemporary, others may see historic architecture that reflect another time and place. Inspired by this unique and diverse coastal habitat, homeowners will be encouraged to build new houses with outstanding character and lasting appeal.
Water Ways Township has many first-class amenities planned for the community such as the proposed Swim and Fitness Club which will feature adult and family swimming pools, state-of-the art fitness facility, dining room, poolside grill, sunning beach, waterfall and views of the golf course, tennis complex and Grand Lagoon. The club will be accessible by canoe, kayak or electric boat.
Also under construction is the 18-hole championship golf course designed by Tom Fazio a leading course architect. The course will feature unexpected elevation changes, a view of Grand Lagoon and surrounding lakes, world-class practice facility, dedicated short game area and its core course design will offer an enhanced golfing experience.
For those who like to fish, WaterWays has partnered with Bill Dance, America’s most respected fishing legend to create the Bill Dance Signature Lake, a true championship-caliber fishing experience using his proven system of fish habitat creation.
At the WaterWays Marina, the planned full-service Bryan County Boat Launch facility will be located along Redbird Creek with direct access to the Intercoastal Waterway, the Ogeechee River and, after a short trip, the Atlantic Ocean and her barrier islands.
WaterWays Township is located just 15 miles from I-95 and 31 miles from Savannah, Georgia.