Savannah Subdivision – Savannah Homes
The Savannah Subdivision is located on the far north side of Aurora near the corner of Butterfield and Kirk Road. Savannah was built between 1996 and 2001 by Wiseman-Hughes and features large stately homes in a variety of styles. Savannah subdivision is located in the City of Aurora but Batavia Township. It is also one of the few areas that is actually part of Aurora but feeds into Batavia schools. Homes in Savannah are bordered on the north and east by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab). Another great feature about the area is that the Illinois Prairie Path – a huge hiking trail that spans miles – runs along the eastern border of the subdivision.
Homes in the Savannah subdivision are modern in style with partial brick or natural stone exteriors. Most are built in the Georgian Colonial style and models include the Highland, Iroquois, Seneca, Vermillion, Somonauk, Carlyle, Lakota, Wabash and range from 2100 to 2800 square feet. Many of the homes feature first-floor dens, double story family or living rooms, spacious kitchens and luxury master bathrooms – all the features today’s homebuyers are looking for. The location of the subdivision is also convenient with easy access to I-88 and very close to Kirk Road. Area shopping includes a Super Walmart and various other stores on Kirk Road, a Jewel down Eola Road where it intersects with Indian Trail and also the Chicago Premium Outlet mall – one of the biggest outlet malls in Northern Illinois.