Ride with The Guide: Featured Spec Home
If you’re looking for a large and luxurious living space, the Lee floor plan at The Ponds in Summerville is sure to meet your needs, with room left to spare. Join The Guide
for a photo tour as we show you around this spacious floor plan constructed by Kolter Home, available for immediate
move in. With 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, this two story home measures in at 3,985 square feet. Combine this incredible space with a host of designer features and the incredible quality of life available at The Ponds and you’ll find a truly one-of-a-kind opportunity.
A dramatic entrance with extensive custom molding and distinctive lighting (a signature in this home!) greet you at the front door.
Downstairs you’ll find a junior suite with full bath (this unique layout feature can be perfect for families and multi-generational living or for those seeking dual master bedrooms), an office/den and a formal dining room.
Be sure and note the cabinet storage and wet bar setup with wine cooler in the dining room.
Hardwood floors run throughout the entire downstairs.
The chef’s kitchen features a large center island with quartz counters and fresh white cabinets with soft-close doors, complemented with a splash of color from the vibrant blue tile backsplash. A commercial hood and stainless appliances round out the sleek look. A pot-filler over the gas cooktop adds convenience. Massive pantry storage provides runs the length of the kitchen.
The kitchen opens to a warm great room space centered around an appealing stone hearth with gas fireplace flanked by built-in cabinets and stylish shiplap siding.
French doors open to the den where you’ll also note a shiplap accent wall.
The upstairs Owner’s suite is resplendent with a coffered ceiling and gold-trimmed lighting, enhanced by artfully placed recessed lighting. An alcove provides a perfect sitting area to curl up with a book and relax. Double walk-in closets ensure extensive space.
The Owner’s Suite bath is truly a spacious oasis with an oversized free-standing soaking tub, separate vanities and a large tile walk-in shower.
An upstairs loft provides a perfect family flex space for a more informal living area. Three additional secondary bedrooms are also located upstairs.
An oversized mudroom, accessible from the two-car garage, provides an alternate entrance and the perfect “drop zone” to help keep backpacks, shoes and jackets organized.
The private screened-in porch on the Lee is the perfect spot to enjoy the pond view.
Life at The Ponds offers residents an incredible living experience in a one-of-a-kind master-planned community that blends Lowcountry charm with all the benefits of modern new home amenities. Quietly nestled amongst moss-draped live oaks with more than 1,000 acres of preserved land off Hwy 17-A in Summerville, SC, The Ponds is located within the highly acclaimed Dorchester II school district. As the name suggests, ponds abound for fishing, kayaking and canoeing, but the recreation options don’t stop there. An onsite YMCA, miles of trails, and an incredible amenity center designed around a restored 1840’s farm house round out the list.
This move-in ready Lee floorplan is priced at $585,990. It is located on homesite 554 at 104 Coopers Hawk Drive in Summerville, SC. Please call 888-630-2746 to schedule an appointment to tour the home. Or you can visit the Welcome Center at 467 Hundred Oaks Parkway to tour the home in person, they are open Monday-Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-5.
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