Just a short drive from Savannah, Springfield, GA is a small, comfortable town with a relaxed atmosphere. The town boasts a quickly growing and diverse population, and there’s plenty of room for future development. With quiet streets and neighborhoods, residents will always feel safe, and the friendly atmosphere is inviting to local families and tourists alike.
Big City Meets Small Town
In 2000, Springfield’s population was just 1,821, but that number swelled up to 2,806 by 2010, an increase of 54 percent in just 10 years. Although most people would still consider Springfield a small town, it’s growing much faster than the rest of the state.
Median income and property values also fall under the state average due to the fact that Springfield’s population is significantly younger than most cities’ populations. Springfield’s median age is just 32.3 years compared to the state average of 40 years.
This combination of affordable homes and young residents means that Springfield is about to experience a 21st century boom. Property values will likely climb at a fast pace over the next few decades, and Savannah real estate company realtors will want to direct young home buyers to this community.
Springfield, GA Schools
As part of the Effingham County School District, Springfield doesn’t have any schools located in the town itself. Springfield Elementary is located about one mile away from the center of town up Springfield Rd, commonly referred to as Old Dixie Highway. Effingham County Middle School and Effingham County High School are located approximately two miles to the west of town on Route 119, so no kids will have to deal with a long bus trip in the morning or afternoon.
Even though it’s a small town, Springfield has plenty of public facilities including the county’s sizable library and the Effingham Hospital Care Center. Residents won’t have to travel to another town to access the services they require.
Shops and Restaurants
Poppy’s BBQ serves Southern cuisine on Laurel St, the main north-south road through town, and Bambino’s Pizza caters to the young crowd. Joann’s Florist has created beautiful bouquets and other floral arrangements since 1987, and Henry Brothers Bait & Tackle sells fishing and boating supplies. Because Springfield’s neighborhoods are all located within a few blocks of Laurel St, most residents can easily walk to these stores from their homes in about 10 minutes.
Georgia Power provides electricity to the town, and residents can purchase natural gas through Atlanta Gas Light Company. Water and sewage are provided through the town, and Springfield provides two garbage pickup days every week.
Residents have plenty of options when it comes to telecommunications. They can purchase cable TV and Internet through Comcast, or they can choose a DSL connection through CenturyLink. Local phone service is provided by Windstream.
Sports and Recreation
Savannah real estate company representatives love the fact that Springfield has plenty of outdoor activities for residents to enjoy, which is a huge selling point for the young, active home buyers who are currently flocking to the town. The Effingham County Fair is held every year at the end of October, and residents can also visit the town’s numerous ballparks, walking trails, and waterways.
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