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Sunchaser – Mt Pleasant SC New Construction – Dan Ryan Builders – New Neighborhood

Sunchaser – Mt Pleasant SC New Construction – Dan Ryan Builders – New Neighborhood

By on Apr 19, 2010 in Dan Ryan, Mount Pleasant SC, Mount Pleasant SC Neighborhoods, Mt Pleasant SC subdivision, Mt. Pleasant SC Real Estate, Sunchaser | 0 comments

Dan Ryan Builders is announcing a new construction home development in Mount Pleasant South Carolina. The new community, Sunchaser will be located off of Hwy 41 and minutes to highway 17 . There will be only 16 lots. New Homes to be built will be single family, 2 car garage homes ranging from 1500 sq. ft to 3000 sq. ft. Prices will start in the high $190’s. This community will be located within 5 miles to Oakland Plantation shopping including a Kolhs and Super Wal-Mart. Dunes West, Park West, Planters Pointe, Rivertowne are some of the neighborhoods nearby. Also, a brand new Harris Teeter and Roper St. Francis Hospital are being built minutes away. Not only are all the restaurants convenient, including Mello Mushroom, TGIF Fridays and rumor has it PF Changs, but the beach is only 15 minutes away. Historic downtown Charleston is a 15 minute drive over the Ravenel Bridge. Sunchaser is also zoned to Mount Pleasant’s excellent school system. Wando High School is also 5 minutes away. We don’t expect this property to last long so please if your interested we encourage you to contact us for more information. Update:  The Sunchaser Subdivision is now complete and there may be re-sale homes for sale....

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Carol Oaks – Mount Pleasant New Construction – Real Estate

Carol Oaks – Mount Pleasant New Construction – Real Estate

By on May 12, 2008 in Carol Oaks, Mt Pleasant SC subdivision | 0 comments

Carol Oaks Subdivision in Mount Pleasant SC is located off of HWY 41. Carol Oaks is a new Homes community that is currently under construction. The master plan will include green space, ponds and 46 Single Family Homes. Meridian Home builders is the builder for this development. Rick Estee learned the building business from his father. His father was a developer and builder for over 30 years. When his father wanted to retire, Rick began Meridian Home builders and has built in over 14 communities on the South Carolina coastline.Carol Oaks has nine different three and four bedroom floor plans to choose from ranging from 280,000 to the high 300,000 range. Each floor plan has smooth ceilings, crown moldings, wood burning fire place and 9 foot ceilings on the first floor. The kitchen features are 42 inch flat panel maple cabinets with crown molding and knobs, GE appliances, smooth top range with microwave, oak hardwood floors and stainless steel double bowl sinks. The exteriors of the home have professionally landscaped yards, cement plank siding, raised slab foundation and 30 year shingles. The homes are designed with porches and a historic Charleston color palette. Carol Oaks New Homes available on Charleston, SC...

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One Belle Hall – Mt. Pleasant SC Real Estate

One Belle Hall – Mt. Pleasant SC Real Estate

By on Jan 22, 2008 in Mt Pleasant SC subdivision, One Belle Hall | 0 comments

Conveniently located in desirable a Mount Pleasant South Carolina , One Belle Hall is a newly constructed condo community. This is your opportunity to be part of a small village of only 59 NEWLY CONSTRUCTED Condominium homes surrounded by the shops, restaurants, and everyday conveniences of Belle Hall Plaza. These new homes offer custom finishes including 9’ceilings, crown molding, GE stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and ceramic tile flooring in the Kitchens and Baths. Fabulous living/dining rooms, generous closets and private balconies are just a few of the features of these spacious condominiums. All of the 2nd and 3rd floor condominiums come with their own separate garage. Click Here to view Belle Hall condo’s currently for sale . When your address is One Belle Hall you can walk to the shops at Belle Hall Plaza and have lunch at Moe’s, or any other the other wonderful restaurants or a coffee at Starbucks . The shoppes at Belle Hall Plaza include gift stores, specialty clothing for men women and children, a cooking store, pet store, Ross’s, Stein Mart and Harris Teeter. There is also a gym, Doctor’s offices and a pharmacy. Living in One Belle Hall, you would never have to use a car if you didn’t want to. One Belle Hall is minutes from 526 and Hwy 17 giving you easy access to historic Downtown Charleston and the...

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Back Bay Village in Mt. Pleasant SC

Back Bay Village in Mt. Pleasant SC

By on Jan 17, 2008 in Back Bay Village, Mt Pleasant SC subdivision | 0 comments

By: Darcy CreaturoWith all the growth in Mount Pleasant SC in the past few years, there aren’t many quiet, uncongested areas left to buy or build a home. Back Bay Village was designed with that in mind. The setting for the community is wooded, marsh and peaceful. With 57 lots, most at least a third of an acre, it is an upscale custom home community. The Developer, Ed Goldberg of Atlanta, added three fountain filled ponds and plenty of green space. Sidewalks and walking paths run throughout. A community sightseeing stand gives residents impressive views of the marsh. According to the Post and Courier, Ed Goldberg said the layout of Back Bay Village is his vision of what a neighborhood in the South should be. Big porches, sidewalks on both sides of the street, walking trails – they all help create a sense of community among residents,” said Goldberg, adding that he plans to build his own home in the neighborhood and move here soon.This is a place where people will be able to relax and slow down, yet still have easy access to shopping centers and downtown Charleston,” he said.Buyers can choose a lot and their own builder or go with one of six custom builders working in the neighborhood. A third option is to choose a home already under construction. About a dozen homes are being built.All the marsh front lots are sold, but a number of interior and pond lots are still available. Prices range from $65,900 to $75,000. Home prices range from about $350,000 to more than $700,000. All homes must be at least 2,500 square feet and meet the approval of an architectural review board.Architecturally, we’re trying to capture a coastal Carolina/historic theme,” Goldberg said. “We want it to feel like Old Mount Pleasant.” Most homes under construction are being built on posts with drive-under garages, but Goldberg said some homes away from the marsh could be built on crawl space. Exterior siding materials are limited to brick, cement fiberboard and stucco. Advanced building techniques are encouraged in the neighborhood. Some homes will have elevators. Goldberg said that at least one house is being built with walls made of insulated concrete forms instead of...

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