It’s often said that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and we couldn’t agree more. That’s why we put a lot of thought into the design of our kitchens at Autumn Lake.
The very first Thanksgiving in America was a celebration of community, and that concept of community is at the heart of our mission at Bouy Brothers Builders.
Thanksgiving is the traditional start of the holiday season and the countdown to Christmas. If you’d love to spend Christmas Day in a new home or townhome, it’s not too late to make that happen. We currently have 4 move-in ready homes at Autumn Lake.
The heat of summer is lifting, and we’re beginning to enjoy crisp mornings that give way to sunny, pleasant afternoons here in Autumn Lake. The amenities of our community beckon you outside, and fall weather is a perfect complement.
Our quiet, peaceful community is convenient to many of our area’s largest employers, like Gulfstream, JCB, the Georgia Ports Authority, Memorial Health, St. Joseph’s Candler, Hunter Army Airfield and Fort Stewart.
Warm weather and low living costs are just two reasons Savannah made the list of Kiplinger’s Best Places to Retire in the U.S. We invite you to visit the Cottages at Autumn Lake in Savannah, where we’re building luxury townhomes in a quiet, peaceful setting, with access to gorgeous Autumn Lake.
If you’re interested in purchasing a townhome, but you’d like to choose the floorplan and finishes, then now is the time. There are only three homesites remaining in Phase 2 of our townhome neighborhood, the Cottages at Autumn Lake.
August temperatures in Savannah can be toasty, but it’s cool inside the homes and townhomes of Autumn Lake. That’s because all our properties have open cell foam insulation – that’s good for the environment and your wallet.
We have two townhomes in the Cottages at Autumn Lake that will be ready for you long before the snow arrives up north. Get settled in Savannah before you need your snow blower this year!
We’d love to show you around the neighborhood, but don’t wait too long! Once these final 24 homesites have been purchased, you’ll never again have the opportunity to build a new home in Autumn Lake.