Shellman Bluff, Georgia (GA) Gated Real Estate, Homes, Lots, Communities and Property

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A tranquil, picturesque fish camp village, Shellman Bluff exemplifies the distinctive charms of historic coastal Georgia living. Located on a high bluff overlooking the Broro and Julienton Rivers, this quaint waterfront community is set among live oaks covered in Spanish moss and was the site of Shellman Plantation until 1861. A superb destination for anglers looking for inshore or offshore fishing, the area offers fish camps and marinas with easy access to the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. With some of the finest sunrise views on the east coast, Shellman Bluff and Southerland Bluff feature luxurious gated community real estate beside the rivers and surrounding championship golf courses.

Life moves at a slower pace in this Georgia Sea Islands village. Neighbors become friends and friends are like family. Here, the lifestyle is laid-back- yet there is plenty to do, if you want, including enjoying several outstanding seafood restaurants, charter fishing boats and the nearby Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge- considered the jewel of the coastal refuge system. This lush barrier island park has carried the name of the infamous pirate for over 100 years and visitors must use a boat to reach this untouched island. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the 5,600 acre park’s nine miles of pristine beaches and fifteen miles of wilderness trails to explore.

The area’s newest private community is Cooper’s Point at Shellman Bluff, a gated development offering generous wooded parcels with stunning marsh and lagoon views and homesites set along the beautiful Sapelo Hammock Golf course. Cooper’s Point is centrally located between Brunswick, GA and the city of Savannah, just a 10 minute drive from I–95. Also within easy reach are the charming coastal towns of Brunswick, St. Simons Island, Hinesville and Richmond Hill.