Realtor Event at Sea Island Hamlet

Townhome Construction Tour

Published July 01, 2019

On June 20th we hosted a realtor event at Sea Island Hamlet! We toured three groups through units 13 and 14, showing a unique preview of one of Mt. Pleasant’s most anticipated new townhome projects!

Units 10, 11, and 12 are right on their heels, and ready to tour in the next few weeks. This quaint village of 24 luxury townhomes feature exceptional attention to detail, from select interior finishes, millwork and materials, to mindful landscaping, including pervious pavers and other environmentally sensitive touches.

We started the night off with cocktails, laughs, and hors d’oeuvres at The Mustard Seed, followed by a quick bus shuttle just across Chuck Dawley Boulevard. We started at the duplex building, unit 13, then 14, in the drive under garages, working our way up to the 2nd and 3rd stories. Closing with questions and details on the new community, we shuttled back to The Mustard Seed for a couple more cocktails before breaking for the night. 

Ready to learn more? Check out our map below to see what’s available, and what is already sold at Sea Island Hamlet!

 

Right Time. Right Place. Right Price.

We’re offering special pre-construction pricing, with a $7,500 incentive package!
*Eligible only on select lots for a limited time

Would you like to learn more about Sea Island Hamlet?Visit newleafsc.com/sih for more specifics about the project.

Contact Ali Bring at ali.bring@carolinaoneplus.com  to schedule an appointment to take a tour of this upcoming community!

Rollover the below community map to see what has been sold, and what’s still available at Sea Island Hamlet.

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