Carolina Park has announced the opening of two new phases in The Village and a third phase of custom homes in Riverside.
Carolina Park, which provides residential developments throughout the Carolinas, announced Aug. 13 that it has opened two new phases in The Village as well as a third phase of custom homes in Riverside.
“It’s a little unusual to introduce three new phases simultaneously,” Carolina Park Marketing Director Brian Keels said. “But the truth is, we’re responding to demand. Our earlier phases have sold out very quickly, and homebuyers seem more eager than ever to become part of our community and call Carolina Park home.”
The two new phases in The Village will feature single-family homes within walking distance of the community’s most popular amenities. Homebuilders Ryland Homes, David Weekley Homes, Saussy Burbank and FrontDoor Communities have been tapped to be the exclusive builders in these new phases.
“The diverse variety of home types, along with our new townhomes and cottage-style homes, make The Village a very attractive opportunity for all kinds of homebuyers.” Keels said. “From first-time buyers to families looking to move up into a larger home to empty-nesters seeking single-level living, The Village has something to suit everyone’s needs.”
Additionally, construction is underway in Carolina Park’s Riverside neighborhood. Riverside’s newest phase will offer some of the most private home sites available anywhere in the Mount Pleasant area.
“When you combine the natural setting and larger lot size with the quality of architecture and caliber of construction, it’s safe to say these homes will be among the most desirable in the Charleston area,” Community Sales Manager Haley Cuzzell said. “Every home will back up to either a pond, a natural area or preserved wetlands. It’s a breathtaking setting for what promises to be a remarkable neighborhood.”
Carolina Park is a 1,700-acre community located along Highway 17 in Mount Pleasant.
To learn more, visit carolinapark.com.
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