Scott Gillespie, principal of Deep River South Development is proud to announce the purchase of 31 acres at the corner of Brockman McClimon and Abner Creek Road in the City of Greer which will be developed into a new mixed used residential community of 50 Townhomes and 80 Single Family lots.
This sale was brokered by Rick Hammett with Langston-Black. All of the new homes built in the community will be from Crescent Homes. Crescent is equally excited about the superior location, unique site plan and the product mix.
The name of the community will be Saddlebrook which is in keeping with the equestrian theme the community will present. Extensive perimeter landscaping combined with cross-buck style white fencing will be developed all along both streets frontage.
The theme will carry through into the interior of the site where Graham Kimak Landscape design has laid out a series of 3 community "Pocket Parks" that will run from the northern area of the Townhome section to the southerly most corner of the Single Family lot area all of which will be connected by an internal walking path.. In the 3 pocket parks will be an enclosed dog park play area as well as large areas of open space where families can fly a kite, throw a Frisbee or just walk together and enjoy the landscaping and our beautiful Upstate weather.
The center park will contain a new large spring fed pond and it has been designed to be a very special central amenity. Many homes will back up onto this water feature. This park area will be named "Nelson's Pond" in honor of Nelson Greene, the patriarch of the Greene family that owned and farmed the land for many decades.
Construction has begun on the site development and the first homes are expected to be under construction by year's end. Scott wants to thank Rick for his all his help in this sale. "Ricks involvement in bringing the parties together and to the closing table was critical to this deal happening. Thank you, Rick!"