October 15, 2018 - Mt. Pleasant, SC - Building on their incredible successes at Village Park in Mt. Pleasant, Sovereign Still on James Island, Middleborough at Shadowmoss Plantation and Mixson in North Charleston, Carolina One New Homes and New Leaf Builders are proud to announce that Hamlin Corner will qualify as the newest Lowcountry luxury community in north Mt. Pleasant.
With 3 completed homes currently available, Hamlin Corner features 6 grand lots nestled among magnificent oak and tree canopies. New Leaf Builders has specifically designed these homes and lots to preserve the breathtaking beauty of the natural surroundings, which makes this location so very desirable.
This exclusive 6 home community will be situated on large homesites with sweeping porches and detached 2 car garages. Models offer 3 to 4 bedrooms with 2.5 to 3.5 baths in sizes ranging from 1,912 to 3,030 sq. ft. Move-in ready homes range from $519,000 to $549,000.
No detail has been overlooked in this charming community. From hand-scraped hardwood floors to the most energy efficient building materials available, Hamlin Corner offers quality craftsmanship, excellent customer service and a chance to own a fabulous new construction home without sacrificing lot size or location.
Conveniently located near the Isle of Palms connector and just 10 minutes from the IOP County Park and beautiful IOP beaches, Hamlin Corner offers accessibility to Mt. Pleasant’s finest shopping centers and highly rated dining establishments. To visit the site drive north on Hwy 17 past the IOP
Connector and turn right on Hamlin Road. For additional information or to view the elevations and floorplans, contact Carolina One New Homes site agent Ali Bring at (843) 226-1043 or reach Ali via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Industry leader Carolina One New Homes was founded in 1994 and currently represents more than 20 new homes communities throughout the Lowcountry area.
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