One story or two? New designs fit every kind of family (and budget).

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SUMMERS CORNER, SC -- Chances are, that dream home in your head just got a little closer to reality. Summers Corner now offers even more options, thanks to the arrival of Saussy Burbank, an award-winning regional builder since 1989. They’ll have several plans to offer the community, from one-story cozy cottages to spacious two-story homes.

LOCATED JUST OUTSIDE OF DOWNTOWN SUMMERVILLE, SUMMERS CORNER is a new home community that equally embraces Lowcountry architectural details with modern, real-life practicalities. computers Saussy Burbank joins the neighborhood’s family of builders, bringing a fresh take on Lowcountry living with a collection of four new home plans. Ranging from 1,580 to 2,400 square feet, the plans include popular one-story designs and first-floor master suites. Perfect if your daydreams include a few less trips up and down the stairs.

What all the homes include, though, is open concept floorplans to keep people connected. Kitchens, dining and living areas flow without interruption—all the better for entertaining, as well as the everyday push-pull of dinner prep, homework and entertainment. Al McNeill, Saussy Burbank’s senior vice president explains that his designs acknowledge both the past and present. “We share the Summers Corner passion for home designs inspired by the rich architectural heritage of the Lowcountry, while remaining thoroughly livable, with all the modern amenities today’s homeowners expect,” he says. “We believe our award-winning home designs will complement the well-crafted character and natural beauty of Summers Corner for years to come.”

The homes built by Saussy Burbank, and the other builders at Summers Corner, capture the graceful details of the Lowcountry and provide captivating ways to connect with nature. What better way to drink in the neighborhood’s beauty than with broad front porches and picturesque windows?

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Summers Corner was envisioned as a place where nature and daily life intertwine, with no home more than a five-minute walk from a park. And each park promises a uniquely life-enriching experience. For example, Helix Park is both beautiful and historic, restoring Clayton Plantation’s original oak-lined drive with a grassy lane for strolling and reflection. While Kingfisher Park encourages active exploration of pine woodlands, meadows and wetlands–as well as hang-out time with friends and family at the pool and on the playground. Four-legged family members can romp at the Summers Park dog park, while those partial to paddles and fishing rods can wander over to the 95-acre Buffalo Lake. Miles of trails weave through ancient oak woods, connecting homes to parks and schools.

And if good schools figure into your dream neighborhood, know that Summers Corner is part of top-rated Dorchester District Two. Sand Hill Elementary is already open—note the stream of kids walking to school along the trails—and Rollings Middle School of the Arts moves into its new location in Summers Corner in 2017.

Things are moving along at Summers Corner. So if moving figures into your plan, visit Summers Corner, where you can tour five models and quick move-in homes by fellow builders Dan Ryan Builders, FrontDoor Communities and Sabal Homes. Homes range from the mid $200s to $400s. Visit Monday to Saturday from 10am-6pm, and Sunday from 1pm-6pm. And be sure to fuel up first with a light lunch or latte at Corner House Café + Information.

Prices, qualifications and availability subject to change without notice.

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