Architecture and Placemaking
Thoughtfully planned to fit seamlessly into its rich natural landscape, roads wind around magnificent trees and homes are carefully tucked among historic live oaks, palmettos, and loblolly pines. The architecture is based on principles found in historic coastal towns like Savannah, Beaufort, and neighboring Charleston. In keeping with its low-density (only one home for every acre of land), abundance of mature trees, and emphasis on protecting green space, the architecture is slightly more informal and relaxed. Featuring broad roof overhangs, exposed rafter tails, and expansive porches with high ceilings, each home is designed to embrace the outdoors and maximize the connections between indoors and out.