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Chancellor #(D-3454)
This traditional style brick home would be the perfect addition to a golf course or lakefront community. Enjoy the view from every room with the expansive glass along the breakfast area, great room, and master suite. Three additional bedrooms are located on the second l...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,454
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  59'-6
House Depth:  73'-0
Plan Style:  Traditional
Pictures:  4
Charleston #(G-4546)
A country front and rear porch offer a place to entertain and enjoy. With the formal areas flanking the foyer, an open flow is established between the central living spaces. Garages on either side of this home are greeted with staircases that lead to the three additiona...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,713
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  99'-8
House Depth:  71'-8
Plan Style:  Multi level Bonus Room Farm House Low Country
Pictures:  4
Charlotte #(E-3890)
A unique feature of this home is the octagonal overlook into the first floor gathering room. Another hallmark is the luxurious master suite. This suite has a lovely tray ceiling for added volume, a master bath and a private exercise room.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  5,139
Bedrooms:  6
Full Baths:  5
Half Baths:  0
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  61'-2"
House Depth:  73'-8"
Plan Style:  Traditional Lake Front Golf Course Bonus Room Daylight Basement Multi level
Pictures:  4
Chasestone #(H-5496)
The limestone portico flanked by wrought iron balconies formalizes this French country chateau. We lavished the floor plan with amenities- a grand kitchen, three fireplaces, two staircases, and an upper level recreation room.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  5,496
Bedrooms:  5
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  2
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  85'-6
House Depth:  102'-6
Plan Style:  Multi level Bonus Room European
Pictures:  4
Chasewind #(A-1918)
This cottage style home would be a wonderful addition to any neighborhood. The main level offers a large gathering room, dining room, breakfast area, kitchen, and screened porch. Upstairs, the master suite is lavish with its amenities, including a large walk-in closet, ...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  1,950
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  2
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  32’-0”
House Depth:  47’-0”
Plan Style:  Craftsman Cottage Affordable Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  3
Chatham #(E-3826)
This one-story traditional home has a very unique floor plan. The bay windows in the master suite sitting room and the breakfast room, along with the sunroom add a nice view to the rear from inside.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,711
Bedrooms:  5
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  1.5
House Width:  64'-8"
House Depth:  78'-6"
Plan Style:  Traditional Mountain/Hillside Lake Front Golf Course Daylight Basement Multi level
Pictures:  3
Chatsford #(C-2675)
A balcony hall overlooks the family room and foyer of this home, which is influenced by English cottage design. Angled windows and walls of glass brighten the free-flowing interior. Three secondary suites on the second floor all boast walk-in closets.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  2,743
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  63'-11
House Depth:  68'-11
Plan Style:  European Lake Front Golf Course Bonus Room Multi level
Pictures:  3
Chatterly #(A-1387)
The cozy front porch and cedar shake gives this home great curb appeal. Enter through the covered front porch to an open floor plan with spacious great room.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  1,387
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  2
Half Baths:  0
# of Stories:  1
House Width:  50'-0
House Depth:  43'-8
Plan Style:  Ranch/One Story Bungalow Open Floor Empty Nester Affordable Accessible Craftsman
Pictures:  2
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