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Wieland, Center Park Homes launch developments in Dorchester, Berkeley counties

Wando Village

Wando Village, a new John Wieland Homes development, is releasing homesites at its Berkeley County location. File/Andrew Miller/Staff

Wando Village, a new John Wieland Homes development, is releasing homesites at its Berkeley County location.

Wando Village is a new coastal-inspired waterfront community located between Mount Pleasant and Daniel Island alongside the banks of the Wando River off of Highway 41.

New homes range in size from 2,145 -to 3,300-square feet. Homebuyers can pick from three -to five-bedrooms and 2½ to five baths, priced from the mid- $500,000s to more than $1.6 million.

“We’re excited to open this community,” said general sales manager Jacob Reynolds. “Residents will be able to launch a boat or kayak from their backyard or take their golf cart to the community dock. Each floorplan has been selected to blend classic and modern elements with architectural details that are designed to complement the extraordinary surroundings.”

The release includes boat dock homesites with views of the Wando River.

Wando Village offers nine home designs from within three John Wieland collections, including open floorplans with double porches on both the front and back of the home, and unfinished garage space large enough for storage, workshop tinkering, a golfcart and an optional elevator.

John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods Chesapeake model

The Chesapeake model in Wando Village is available to tour daily at 372 Blowing Fresh Drive, Charleston. John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods/Provided

The Chesapeake model is available to tour daily at 372 Blowing Fresh Drive.

When completed, the golf cart-friendly community will accommodate 117 single-family homes, of which 30 feature docks along the Wando River.

Wando Village amenities will include community dock, pavilion, fire pit, nautical playground and pocket parks.

Wando Village is among a growing number of residential developments in the Cainhoy and Huger area, mostly along Highway 41 and Clements Ferry Road.

Charleston Landmark Builders is almost ready to break ground on The Lakes at Winyah, which is slated to have 24 homesites when finished. D.R. Horton has 240 homes planned for its French Quarter Creek neighborhood, which is three miles from Wando Village up Highway 41.

PulteGroup is also pursuing plans to build a new Del Webb neighborhood with nearly 1,100 homes aimed at the 55-plus market at Clements Ferry and Cainhoy roads. If approved, it would be the company's third such development in the region.

The proposed neighborhood sits on a 585-acre parcel along Beech Hill Drive and is part of the 9,000-acre Cainhoy Plantation tract that straddles Clements Ferry. The site slated for the new housing development is between Jack Primus and Cainhoy roads on the northern side of Clements Ferry.

Wando Village children are zoned to attend the newly built Berkeley County schools — Philip Simmons Elementary, Middle and High — in Point Hope off of Clements Ferry Road.

Wieland Homes currently builds in 40 neighborhoods in the Southeast area, including Atlanta, Charleston, Charlotte and Raleigh.

Center Park Homes launches two developments 

Center Park Homes is launching two developments in Dorchester County.

Phase 2 of Timothy Lakes has nearly 26 acres of lakes in the community with oversized homesites that back-up to water or woods.

Homes range in size from 1,867 square feet to 2,900 square feet, featuring 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 to 3 baths and two-car garages with single and two-story plans available. This community features natural gas for heating and cooking, granite countertops, vinyl plank flooring, energy efficient tankless water heaters and optional three-car garages.

Timothy Lakes is located near Interstate 26, at 550 Ridgeville Road, off S.C. 27 in Ridgeville.

Center Park Homes is also beginning construction of Pineland Village in Summerville. The 29-home community is located in the heart of historic Summerville.

Homes will range in size from 1.900 -to 2,700-square feet featuring 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 to 4 baths and two-car garages.

There are multiple floor plans available with many featuring loft or flex space for homeschooling or working from home.

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