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Origins: In the early 1800s Augusta’s proximity to the river and surrounding low-lying marshland made it uncomfortable during the hot Georgia summers. “The Hill” was seen as a lush space to get away from the oppressive heat below - believing that the sand hills intercepted the westerly breezes and…
Historic community with beautiful housing, terrific restaurants, and fun walking area.
Located on the edge of Summerville. The actual Summerville neighborhood is just a tenth of a mile up the street!
History is everywhere in Summerville. The old arsenal, the Partridge Inn, and Ty Cobb's old house.
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“Augusta Riverwalk The Augusta Riverwalk spans between 6th & 10th Streets in Downtown Augusta along the Savannah River. The Riverwalk consists of two (2) bricked levels the upper level accessible via stairways/ramps located at the ends of 10th Street, 8th Street Plaza & 6th Streets and the lower level are accessed the RiverWalk Marina (5th Street), the 8th Street Plaza, the Jessye Norman Amphitheatre, and the 10th Plaza (in front of the Marriott). The RiverWalk includes several smaller venues where anything is possible. From weddings, to concerts – picnics to bridal photo sessions – Augusta’s RiverWalk is the perfect place to make a memory. The 8th Street Plaza and Bulkhead is located a”
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