Located in the heart of the Charleston, South Carolina region, Carnes Crossroads is evolving as a thoughtfully planned community reminiscent of some of the finest and most neighborly authentic southern towns. With traditional neighborhoods, parks and trails, a school and church, and the conveniences of a commercial downtown, Carnes Crossroads is becoming a central gathering place and preferred residential address for the growing Summerville and Goose Creek area of Charleston.
The community's iconic and historic Green Barn sits at the entrance of the first neighborhoods at Carnes Crossroads. Restored as an open-air space for neighborly gatherings and special events, it is a venue for everything from a seasonal Farmers' Market to yoga and fitness classes, concerts, wine tastings, lectures and more. Beyond the barn, a commercial downtown is developing as a thriving center for shopping, dining, medical services and other conveniences, and Northwood Academy and Northwood Church share a 40-acre campus, serving parishioners and students in grades K-12.
The residents at Carnes Crossroads are enjoying the first of many parks, a swimming pool and miles of fitness and leisure trails in the first neighborhoods. With the St. Thomas Park neighborhood now complete, the newest neighborhood, St. James Park, is growing and includes the community’s first lake-oriented homes. Additional residential options include luxury apartments at The Passage and an assisted living community, The Blake.
Carnes Crossroads is a good choice for both families and retirees seeking a home near the coast in the growing Charleston, SC region. Single-family homes are being built by David Weekly Homes, Sabal Homes, Eastwood Homes, Ashton Woods Homes and John Wieland Homes. The ownership and development team behind the development of Carnes Crossroads is also responsible for the highly successful 4,000-acre community of Daniel Island in Charleston.
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Acreage 2,300 acres (930 hectares)
Community Center A vintage barn on the property has been refurbished as an open-air gathering space for residents and community events, with an adjacent neighborhood park and a 25-meter swimming pool with beach entry and children's play areas.
Planned Amenities The neighborhoods at Carnes Crossroads are being crafted around hundreds of acres of large lakes, parks and open green space that will provide a range of recreational opportunities for residents. Some parks will have swimming pools, playing fields or playgrounds, while others offer lake views. Recreational trails connect parks, neighborhoods and the downtown businesses at Carnes Crossroads.
Shopping & Dining The Carnes Crossroads master plan includes several miles of commercial frontage on highways 17A and 176 slated for future development of shops, restaurants, medical services and other conveniences. Meanwhile, residents enjoy convenient proximity to major supermarkets and discount chains, pharmacies and banking, along with the shops and restaurants in historic downtown Summerville, all within a 10-mile drive.
Golf Nearby The game of golf has been a fixture of Charleston society since the late 1700s, and the area harbors a number of acclaimed public and private golf courses, including the Charleston National Golf Club, Daniel Island, the Wild Dunes Resort, the Kiawah Island Golf Resort and the historic Patriot's Point Links at Charleston Harbor. Golf courses within 10 miles of Carnes Crossroads include the Crowfield Golf & Country Club, The Club at Pine Forest, Summerville Country Club and The Oaks Golf Country Club.
Boating & Fishing The Atlantic shoreline, adjacent waterways and lakes Moultrie and Marion offer a wide range of boating and fishing options, from canoeing and kayaking on picturesque rivers and inlets to cruising and deep-sea sport fishing on the open Atlantic. Charleston-area recreational marinas and fishing charter operators are accessible 30 to 45 minutes from Carnes Crossroads.
Area Attractions Carnes Crossroads' Berkeley County location blends the friendly small-town atmosphere of nearby Summerville and Goose Creek with easy access to the historical and cultural attractions of Charleston and major South Carolina beach resort destinations such as Kiawah Island, Folly Beach and Isle of Palms.
Health Care Carnes Crossroads is already home to medical offices covering a wide array of specialties and services. The community is also home to a 66-acre health care campus that is being developed by Roper St. Francis, a private, not-for-profit health care provider. The site is the future location of Berkeley Hospital, a 50-bed, full-service hospital that is now under construction and expected to open in 2019.
Schools Homeowners with school-age children can enroll at excellent Berkeley County elementary, middle and high schools, about 10 minutes from home. Northwood Assembly, which has an established church at Carnes Crossroads, has relocated its Northwood Academy (K-12) private school to its campus at Carnes Crossroads.
Airport Access Carnes Crossroads is less than half an hour from Charleston International Airport (CHS).
Homes For Sale Homes from Ashton Woods Homes, David Weekley Homes, John Wieland Homes, Eastwood Homes and Sabal Homes are priced from about $250,000 to $450,000.