A carefree life in a connected community sounds like a dream. But for some, it will soon be a reality. Middleborough at Shadowmoss Plantation has opened pre-sales for its graciously appointed condominium community. Middleborough is being imagined and built by New Leaf Builders and marketed for sale by Carolina One New Homes.
The roomy (1,700- to 1,950-square foot) condominiums include numerous features that today’s buyer craves. Integrated 1- and 2-car garages and built-in elevator shafts add ease to the single-floor designs of each three-bedroom home. With three floor plans to choose from, buyers of the 60 units will find the perfect fit for their unique needs.
Set back from the 13th and 14th greens at Shadowmoss Golf Course, the community provides easy access to the course. It’s also surrounded by generous walking trails, which will invite neighbors out into the gorgeous Lowcountry setting.
Residents will also enjoy the abundant community center offerings, including a swimming pool, fitness classes and workout facilities, a community garden shed, and entertainment space. Meanwhile, canine residents will love their own dedicated dog park, complete with washing stations. (The amenity center is planned for Phase 2).
“We always try to create communities that meet a very real need,” said Adam Baslow, partner in New Leaf. “The ability to buy a super convenient home in this neighborhood will give residents immediate access to world-class health care, education, employment and entertainment districts.”
Adds Baslow: “Now offer all of that, combined with a truly maintenance-free lifestyle, and we think we’re creating a very exciting community for this region, right now.”
With prices from the low $300,000s, and construction beginning in January, new residents are expected to be moving in by Fall of 2021. For more information, visit www.newleafsc.com/
Established in 2010, New Leaf Builders is locally owned, and committed to environmentally responsible building techniques and a hands-on approach to every project.
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