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Cane Bay Schools in Berkeley County South Carolina

Cane Bay Schools in Berkeley County South Carolina

By on May 20, 2008 in Cain Bay, schools, Summerville SC | 0 comments

With over 5,000 homes scheduled to be built in Cane Bay Plantation and another 5,000 plus planned for the new Parks of Berkeley, Berkeley County had to plan for the future by building two new schools. Cane Bay Plantation is a huge development with miles of trails connecting the neighborhoods and green space in between. There is also a section currently being built by the well known Del Webb company. They are known for their active lifestyle retirement communities. There are homes currently available and new homes to be built in Cane Bay Plantation. View all Cane Bay Homes on MLS. Cane Bay Elementary school has just began construction. The school will serve 700 students ad is scheduled for completion in August of 2009. The school wail cost the county 19.8 million dollars. A middle school is also being planned for the area, but no funds are allotted for the middle school as of yet. All the land, 160 acres, was donated by Cane Bay developer Ben Gramling III for the schools.Cane Bay High School, the 70 million dollar school, is set to open next fall with 9th and 10th grade classes. Each following year the school will add a grade until they reach the 1,500 capacity. The school has 98,000 square feet with room for expansion. Cane Bay High School is in Berkeley County in new community of Cane Bay Plantation. Cane Bay High School’s mascot will be the Cobras and in true Summerville style, athletics will be a huge part of the...

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Cain Bay Plantation – Berkeley County SC

Cain Bay Plantation – Berkeley County SC

By on Mar 15, 2008 in Cain Bay | 0 comments

By: Darcy & Dave Creaturo Charleston South Carolina is a beautiful place that everyone wants to live in. The problem is properties are getting more and more expensive. However, If you drive just a little bit North you can still get a piece of the Lowcountry and still be close to everything it has to offer. With this in mind, Ben Gramling III, President of Gramling Brothers Real Estate & Development, looked at a wide open 4500 acre tract of land and envisioned a quiet haven of small-town community, right there in the heart of Berkeley County — just a 30-minute drive from Charleston. Close to everything, yet with room to spread out. This became what is now known as Cane Bay Plantation.Cane Bay Plantation is a master planned 10,000 home community. It will include schools, churches, a Trident hospital, an impresive trail system and a 120 acre lake. Construction of residential and commercial units are anticipated to be spread over 30 years. Cane Bay will be larger than the Charleston peninsula and Daniel Island. Cane Bay High School is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in time for the 2008-2009 school year. With a full complement of academic, vocational and athletic programs and a state-of-the-art multimedia network featuring digital projectors in the classrooms, Cane Bay High will serve 1,500 students. Cane Bay’s elementary school, currently in the design phase and scheduled to open in 2009, will sit right across the street from the high school and will match its spacious architectural design, right down to the sloped metal roof. This school’s 700 students will get a brand new facility with an educational environment that upholds the exceptional standards of the Berkeley County School District.The Charleston new home builders Centex, First Coast Homes, and Sivica Homes will join Del Webb in building the first phase of the 4500 acre site. Del Webb plans to build 1000 homes for adults 55 years and older. The community will have a resort style amenity center as well as a life style director. It is anticipated that home owners may be able to move into Del Webb homes by the winter of 2007. Centex has already begun to build homes in...

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