Master Planned Communities in South Carolina
Welcome to our South Carolina master-planned communities page, where you can locate developments offering single-family homes, townhouses, active-adult homes, and custom built luxury homes. Planned communities will typically feature resort-style amenities, such as restaurants, clubhouses, Olympic-style swimming pools, day spas, golf, parks, and trails. To learn more about the South Carolina communities detailed below, simply visit the community website by clicking on the logo or one of the links provided. Thank you for visiting New Homes Section while seeking South Carolina new homes information.
Featured Master-Planned Developments in South Carolina
Oldfield is the essence of Southern charm. The Lowcountry area has long attracted people by its natural beauty and mild climate. Before the region saw any development, it was the vacation retreat of high society folk such as the DuPonts and Doubledays who enjoyed the abundant fishing and hunting opportunities. The genteel style of living that epitomized the era became an ingrained part of the local culture and it’s that draw that the creators of Oldfield have endeavored to incorporate into their planned community. Oldfield has two new home phases starting at $399,000: the Lowcountry Cottage Collection and the Lakeside Village Collection. Sized for today’s market and lifestyle, the homes feature three and four bedrooms and offer a sublime entry into Lowcountry porch living.
The Cliffs at Keowee is a collection of three exquisite, gated mountain-lake residential communities situated on the shores of the pristine 18,500-acre Lake Keowee, which is fed by hundreds of spring streams. The Cliffs at Keowee Springs prides itself on being a wellness community and a perfect place in which both families and retirees can live, love and relax. Amenities include a Tom Fazio-designed golf course and a Beach Club. The Cliffs at Keowee is also home to the PGA Tour Academy. The Cliffs at Keowee Falls has both waterfront homes and homesites with mountain or golf course views, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, and a clubhouse. The third community, the Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards is also located on Lake Keowee.
Daniel Island near Charleston is a community designed to have something for everyone, with a variety of amenities that enhance Lowcountry living, such as neighborhood boat ramps, access docks, and walking and biking trails. The Family Circle Tennis Center and Golf Learning Center offers access to professional tennis and golf lessons. Surrounded by rivers and creeks with beautiful marsh views, Daniel Island is a full-service community in which residents can live, work, learn, and play. Home prices start in the $400,000s and sites are priced from the mid-$100,000s.
South Carolina Information
Best known for its Lowcountry beach communities, South Carolina’s lesser known regions also offer spectacular natural beauty. The Upcountry in the northwest is home to the Blue Ridge Mountains and is home to forested state parks, free flowing rivers, and waterfalls. The central area of the state is a plateau that descends toward the Atlantic and has a number of large lakes, including Lake Marion—the state’s largest.
South Carolina only has about five million residents so there is a sense of space and a slower way of life in this state, giving South Carolinians ample opportunity to fully enjoy nearly 200 miles of Atlantic coastline, 380 golf courses and 80,000 acres of state parks. The state has many planned communities near Columbia, historic Charleston, Myrtle Beach and other hot-spots, giving homebuyers an excellent range of choice and venue.