In the heart of the Old Village in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, a new neighborhood named Edwards Place is taking shape. This 3.41-acre property, located at the corner of McCants Drive and Jackson Street, will give home buyers a rare opportunity to own one of only 10 custom homes on what is the largest remaining undeveloped residential tracts in the Old Village. Edwards Place will have stunning, natural vistas and architecture that is distinctly Southern and coastal. All of the common areas will be completely maintained, and with house sizes starting at approximately 2,400 square feet, this neighborhood is the perfect fit for homeowners looking for a low maintenance lifestyle in a peaceful environment, but just a few minutes from wonderful cuisine, shops and all that Mt. Pleasant and Charleston have to offer.
Previously owned by the beloved former South Carolina governor, Jim Edwards and his wife Ann, this farmstead was purchased by his parents in 1938. Edwards enjoyed a long and storied life of service in the military, medicine, politics, education, and to his community. In addition to his role as governor, he was a state senator, secretary of energy and university president.
Edwards Place Developers have preserved 1/3 of the property for lush green spaces and walking paths. The homes will flow the homes to create privacy while still being connected with the residents. Edwards Place promises be a quiet, peaceful retreat with the southern charm and exceptional lifestyle of the Old Village.
For more information about Edwards Place and all properties currently on the market, please contact THE BRENNAMAN GROUP: 843.345.6074 -email@example.com