New Leaf Builders provides our homeowners with options, customization, and quality. Scroll through some of our best and most recognizable portfolio pieces.
The Villages at St. Johns Woods
A well-loved Johns Island community, where New Leaf can offer a variety of home styles, each crafted to complement neighboring homes while maintaining originality and freshness.
Oak Terrace Preserve
An established Park Circle community focused on sustainability and green living, where New Leaf has offered several all new floor plans with a modern, coastal twist.
Lillian Lane on Johns Island is a small collection of quality New Leaf homes. The community features brand new, never before built architectural designs, three car garages and 1.5 acre lots surrounded by old growth trees.
These homes on Seabrook Island are a little slice of paradise. New Leaf’s elevated homes feature amazing views and high end details. This private, gated island community features the very best amenities including golf, pools, parks, fitness center, equestrian and racquet clubs.
Bohicket Oaks, set on 10+ acres on Johns Island, is a six-home coastal community shaded by grand oaks right on the water along Hoopstick Creek. An ode to classic Lowcountry style, New Leaf’s architectural vision for Bohicket Oaks is sophisticated yet serene and relaxed, with yawning porches and big yards to romp in. Tidal living at its best, the neighborhood features large lots with water views, private boat slips for every home and access to Hoopstick Creek from a community dock. Get your fishing rods ready.
Stono Ferry is an ideal spot for our high quality, customizable homes—an established neighborhood far enough from the city to escape traffic but still within easy access to all that makes the Lowcountry so desirable. Horse and house lovers are equally at home here.
Fox Hollow is New Leaf’s most award-winning community and is located on James Island. This low-impact development and certified wildlife habitat, featured nine bungalow-style craftsman homes nestled under century-old trees that utilized the most advanced eco-friendly materials.