Awendaw Village is a gated enclave surrounded by nature that combines the amenities of living in town with the feel of being out in the country. This exclusive new neighborhood will provide a unique living experience unlike anything in the South Carolina Lowcountry, a serene life in proximity to the Francis Marion National Forest with shopping, restaurants and a new hospital only a short drive away.
With homes starting around 2,500 square feet and nestled among century-old live oaks, Awendaw Village has been designed to preserve the beauty and charm of the lush environment. Surrounded by wooded landscape, the home sites at Awendaw Village will occupy less than 50% of the total land area. The rest has been designated as permanent green space with plans for establishing a National Federation Bird Sanctuary.
Situated just over a mile north of the SeeWee Outpost, 16 miles from the Charleston Ravenel Bridge and just 4 miles from Carolina Park, Awendaw Village will have 41 homes on over 100 acres of land. Plantation-style shell roads will wind between ponds and natural areas with green buffers planned throughout.
Phase One at Awendaw Village will consist of 14 homesites, all with views of Village Pond. Each lot is designed with generous setbacks and backyards that abut permanent greenspace. The HOA is committed to practical guidelines that encourages neighbors to create a greater sense of small community. Awendaw Village is partnered with Cline Homes. Clines’ homes can be found all over the Lowcountry and surrounding areas. (Credit: Moultrie News)
For more information on Awendaw Village, Please contact Bob Brennaman at THE BRENNAMAN GROUP: 843.345.6074 – email@example.com