Sweetgrass Village: New Homes by DR Horton in Mount Pleasant, SC

Posted by Lee and Katherine Keadle on Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 at 1:49pm.

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Sweetgrass Village is one DR Horton Homes’ newest neighborhoods in the Charleston real estate market. It is located in Mount Pleasant, just north of the Isle of Palms connector on Six Mile Road between Highway 17 and Rifle Range Road. It takes about 2 minutes to drive to the Mount Pleasant Towne Centre and The Shoppes at Seaside Farms, and it takes only 5 minutes to get to Isle of Palms beach or Sullivan’s Island beach. Downtown Charleston is just a short 20 minute commute, and if you get onto the new Hungryneck Boulevard, you could be on Interstate 526 in just 5 minutes. Also, a new Harris Teeter grocery store is on Six Mile Road for the convenience of Sweetgrass Village residents.

DR Horton has been building homes across the nation on a large scale for 35 years. Some of the exterior features on the Sweetgrass Village homes include raised slab foundations, hardy plank boards for siding, architectural shingles (30 year warranty), lawn irrigation, and a tankless water heater. Interior home features include hardwoods in the foyer, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, and powder room. The bathrooms and the laundry room are tile flooring. In the dining room and foyer, there will be chair rail moulding, crown molding, and wainscoting. DR Horton’s kitchens boast 36 inch glazed panel birch or staggered flat panel maple cabinetry with crown molding; GE stainless steel microwave, dishwasher, and range; and gorgeous granite countertops.

Home designs start from 2,354 square feet and go up to 4,200 square feet for the largest floor plan. The plans have anywhere from 3 to 7 bedrooms and range in price from approximately $330K to about $455K. Homeowners annual dues are approximately $200 per year which helps maintain the common areas. Other DR Horton communities currently under construction are Preston at Park West and Kingsbridge at Dunes West. These are both higher end townhome communities.

Sweetgrass Village is a small community with only about 33 homes planned. It’s zoned for great public schools, which is a major draw for home buyers: Jennie Moore Elementary, Laing Middle, and Wando High School.

If you’re looking to purchase a new home in the Mount Pleasant real estate market and your budget allows for $330K plus, you may want to consider Sweetgrass Village. Its high-ranking schools and its superior convenience to downtown, shopping, and the beaches make it a very popular community among home buyers right now. Learn about more Mount Pleasant neighborhoods or view just Mount Pleasant new construction homes!

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