Autumn Lake is convenient to many shops and businesses, meaning you’ll spend less time driving around town running errands, and more time enjoying the holidays in your new home with the people you love.
We’re getting closer to the official start of winter, which means the sun is setting earlier each day. Thankfully, the Cottages at Autumn Lake take full advantage of every minute of daylight with wide, high windows that bathe the living areas in sun. Take a look!
At a time of year when many trees are bare, our live oaks are still leafy green. In fact, the name “live oak” was given because the tree remains green throughout the winter.
Cottage style suggests a relaxed, comfortable way of life. But at Autumn Lake, cottage style doesn’t mean small. Here, you can have that cozy cottage aesthetic without sacrificing space.
At Bouy Brothers Builders, we are thankful for our families, for our coworkers, for this beautiful coastal area we call home, and for the opportunity to help create strong, family-oriented communities here.
Are you in charge of the Thanksgiving meal for your family this year? As the family chef, you’ll appreciate our gourmet kitchens and the open floor plans that keep you connected with your guests.
Fall is a wonderful season in Savannah. The sky is still sunny and bright, but the cooler temperatures keep you comfortable even when exercising outdoors. This is a great time to enjoy the walking trail around our 9-acre Autumn Lake.
With a shorter commute to the Georgia Ports, JCB, Gulfstream, Memorial Hospital, Candler/ St. Joseph’s Hopitals and downtown Savannah you will be able to spend more time at home doing the things you love instead of sitting behind the steering wheel of your car.
Nothing is more patriotic than seeing the American Flag flying on the front porch of someones home. A great place to take in this scene is in the neighborhood of Village at Autumn Lake in Savannah, Georgia.
With less than a 90 minute drive from Village at Autumn Lake you have a choice of four beaches, Tybee Island, Hilton Head, St Simons Island and Jekyll Island.