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Tybee Island Real Estate
by Scott Kublin - Realtor

Ahh...the sweet success of oceanfront living!

Imagine staring out into the vast blue ocean, with gigantic waves crashing onto the shore and the sweet-salty sea wind gently touching your skin. You take a calm sip off your frozen margarita and sigh in amazement at how you could have gone this far. Your golden retriever comes bouncing back through the sand with a ball in his mouth. You take the ball, throw it farther, and recline back into your porch swing. Life is good, yes. Who knew all this could be yours. What's more, who knew you could find all this at Tybee Island?

There is nothing more indicative of having "made it" than owning your own beachfront property on Tybee Island. Just a few miles off of Savannah, Georgia, Tybee offers not just a place for total rest and relaxation, but also a marker of accomplishment. Investing in Tybee Island real estate is probably one of the most prudent decisions you will make when it comes to land purchases. Since it is relatively underpopulated, compared to the likes of Laguna Beach, you can be rest assured of all the privacy and quietness you can enjoy.

What defines the attraction toward coastal communities? Climate is the key factor. Beachfront properties enjoy moderate weather. Thus, when everybody else is freezing in the winter, coastal residents bask in relative warmth. Or when it's scorching hot elsewhere, coastal home owners still get to take part in outdoor activities like fishing and biking without getting heat stroke. With beachfront living, every day is activity day.

Besides the unparalleled natural calm, Tybee Island homes offer a proximity to the place's rich history. People who invest in Tybee Island real estate have the privilege of walking though time at the Tybee Island Lighthouse, which has been witness to many wars and victories since 1773, Fort Screven, and Fort Pulaski. If residents want to branch out farther, Savannah, the "Hostess City of The South", is just a stone's throw away.

If you're the socializing type, you can always take part in some of the many grand celebrations of the town, including the much-talked-about Seafood Festival, Octoberfest, the Fourth of July festival, and St. Patrick's Day. Beachfront properties have three key words associated with them: sun, surf, and fun. And, perhaps, refuge. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of corporate city living, or even take a short break from the monotony of every day, you know that somewhere on Tybee Island, Georgia, your personal sanctuary awaits. You've worked hard for your money. Isn't it about time you reward yourself?

For more information about Tybee Island, including a full MLS search of all homes and lots currently for sale, please visit www.TybeeHomesOnline.com.

About the Author
Scott Kublin is a Realtor with ERA Adams-Pevey Realty based just outside of Savannah, Georgia.



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