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Georgia is a former colony state, named after King George II, and has a natural variety every bit as rich as its past.
Situated in the south east of the US, it is known as the Peach State and stretches from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the north right down to its border with Florida and the beaches of its Atlantic coastline.
The capital of Atlanta is home to the world’s busiest airport and, while a busy hub of economic activity, is still an attractive place to live in or visit. It was at the heart of the civil rights movement, something that is celebrated strongly in the modern city, and benefitted from investment during the preparation for the 1996 summer Olympic Games.
Its tree-lined streets contain high quality luxury homes, with the affluent area of Buckhead sometimes drawing comparisons with Beverly Hills and being home to some of the most expensive zip codes in the whole country.
Before Atlanta rose to prominence the seaport of Savannah held the title of state capital but its combination of cobbled streets, parks and historic buildings ensure it still retains its importance.
Ardsley Park offers a peaceful and plush taste of Savannah while The Landings at Skidaway Island is a gated community just south of the city, with golf courses and pools part of daily life.
Sea Island, meanwhile, is a private residential community at the heart of the Golden Isles of Georgia and makes the most of the state’s coastal qualities.
Designed for relaxed day-to-day dining, these inviting breakfast rooms enjoy effortless proximity to outstanding kitchens, bright windows with alluring views
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Access to ocean breezes has long been seen as a tonic for many of the things that ail us, and it’s true that nothing soothes the soul quite like the sea.
It’s hard to argue with the appeal of a woodland view. And studies have shown that living in close proximity to forested land has major benefits, both for your health and for your sense of well-being.