Sponsored by: Eastwood Homes< Across the Arthur Ravenel Bridge not far from a coastal sound, Eastwood Homes’ newest community is nestled among the palms. Though it has been serving the Charleston-area for more than a decade, the builder hadn’t opened a community in Mount Pleasant – until now at Copahee Landing. Homeowners can enjoy privacy and serenity while having quick access to U.S. Highway 17, a host of shopping and dining options, beaches and Charleston-area attractions. Additionally, residents with children will attend coveted Mount Pleasant schools. Other community amenities include sidewalks throughout, a pond and gazebo. Prospective homebuyers can choose from five available floor plans, including The Ashton, 1,767 square feet starts at $328,000; and The Murray, a four-bedroom two-and-a-half bathroom, 2,785-square foot home priced at $381,000. Both The Murray and another model, The Drake, offer master suites on the first level, a feature many prospective homebuyers are searching for. All five floor plans have either three- or four bedrooms, while the Murray is the only floor plan that includes a two-car garage. Founded and still operated by Carolina native Joe Stewart, Eastwood Homes offers personalized service that is unmatched by its national competitors. Their homes are built with local lifestyles in mind because the company consists of a team that understands the culture and needs of those who live in the Southeast. “What sets the homes in Copahee Landing apart is the elevated construction,” said Dion Matheney, Eastwood Homes sales manager. “The spacious two-car drive-under garages allow for ample storage space; perfect not only for vehicles, but for boats as well.” The builder prides itself on giving customers the most home for their money. Every Eastwood Home is a certified energy saving home with an average energy cost savings of $567 annually compared to a house built five years ago. There are several basic home features included that other builders may consider upgrades, including all black appliances, five-piece bathroom with garden tub and dual vanity, staggered cabinetry and hardwood flooring in the foyer. “The design elements of our homes are completely customizable from the $150’s to the $400’s,” Matheney said. “We have a design center located on Clements Ferry Road where prospective buyers or those who are already under contract can choose from a wide assortment of flooring, countertops, lighting, paint and the other details that help make a house a home.” With six of the 26 home sites already under contract, construction in Copahee Landing is slated to begin within the next four weeks. Eastwood Homes estimates the community will be complete within two years, with no additional phases to follow. The Eastwood Homes Design Center hosts a monthly open house for anyone who is interested in viewing the builders’ many custom options. Light refreshments are provided and design specialists are on-hand to answer potential homebuyers’ questions. In addition to Copahee Landing, Eastwood Homes builds in 12 other communities throughout the Lowcountry with prices from the $150,000s to the mid-$300,000s. Beyond the Lowcountry, the builder also has more than 38 other communities in Charlotte, Raleigh and Triad, N.C.; Greenville; and Richmond, Va. In the business of building new homes since 1977, Eastwood Homes is committed to building homes of exceptional value and outstanding craftsmanship throughout the Southeast. As a result of their commitment to excellence, the builder has collected many honors and accolades. In 2014, Builder Magazine named Eastwood Homes the 45th Largest Homebuilder Nationwide, based on 862 home closings in 2013. In 2009 and 2012, the Charlotte Homebuilders Association named Eastwood Homes Builder of the Year.
For more information about Copahee Landing or to schedule an appointment to tour its model home, contact Brooke Minick at 843-303-3304.