Carnes Crossroads, Summerville
For many decades, Carnes Crossroads has been a point of reference in the Goose Creek and Moncks Corner areas. Now, at 2,300 acres, it is more than a location but a place that will eventually be called home by more than 15,000 people.
Named for Dallas V. Carnes, an early 20th Century property owner that farmed the land, Carnes Crossroads is now a master planned community.
Located at the intersection of North Main Street (Highway 17A) and St. James Avenue (Highway 176) it is a mere three miles from Interstate 26.
As a master planned community, it will offer a mix of single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums as well as four miles of prime commercial frontage on Highway 17A and Highway 176.
While the area languished during the recession that shook the national economy beginning in 2008, this is no longer the case.
On hand and working are popular builders such as Ashton Woods, David Weekley Homes, Eastwood Homes and Sabal Homes.
Carnes Crossroads is reminiscent of some of the finest, most neighborly southern towns. The development team managing Carnes Crossroads is also responsible for the highly successful and award-winning community of Daniel Island in Charleston.
A master planned community is so much more than a subdivision that is typically built by one builder. Carnes Crossroads offers traditional neighborhoods and parks, school and church, medical facilities, shops and restaurants.
In addition, Roper St. Francis Healthcare plans to build a hospital at Carnes Crossroads that will serve the needs of the growing community.
Specific amenities include landscaped parks, ponds, lakes and trails, swimming pools and several other recreational offers.
The Town of Summerville is a mere four miles away. Choose your direction and Interstate 95 or the area beaches are simply thirty miles from your new home.