Top Producers Coastal GA

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St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island, Cumberland Island, Little St Simons Island and Sapelo Island, are all part of the Barrier Islands off the Georgia Coast rich with storied history and surrounded by a beautiful mixture of streams, rivers, swamps, saltwater marshes and estuaries. Top Producers offers home buying and real estate services for all the Barrier Islands as well as all of Georgia. St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, and Sea Island are all located in Glynn County, Georgia same as Top Producers Coastal Georgia which prides its name on Island living.

St. Simons Island

St. Simons Island is nestled between the Altamaha River delta to the north with Little St Simons also on the north with St Simons Sound to the south. Sea Island is on the eastern edge and the marshes of Glynn and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west. Climate is subtropical, 45-inch rainfall yearly, winter temperatures 61 to 68 F and summertime 88 to 90 F.

South SSI

Closest to the ocean and village shopping/restaurants.

Mid-South SSI

Retail area / Restaurants / Residential.

Mid-North SSI

Residential / Golf / Sea Island Lodge.

North SSI

Residential / Saltwater marshes / Golf / Secluded / Equestrian.

Sea Island

Sea Island hosts two resorts, Sea Island Beach Club and The Cloister which are connected by a roundabout, Sea Island Drive, the island’s main road. It is the only resort in the world claiming four Forbes Five-Star awards for years. Ocean Forest Golf Club is on the northern tip of the island and is private. Climate is also subtropical same as all the Barrier Islands.

Jekyll Island

Jekyll Island is located off the coast of Georgia. It is one of the Sea Islands and one of the barrier islands owned by the State of Georgia. Jekyll Island was developed in late 19th century for private vacation homes for affluent business owners. Evacuated during World War 11 by the government, Georgia acquired all the island for security and preservation. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and St. Simons Sound and Clam Creek this island is full of wildlife and boasts 20 miles of hiking trails. Climate is subtropical and very humid during the summer months.