Cresswind at the Ponds

324 Hundred Oaks Pkwy., Summerville, South Carolina 29483



Near the South Carolina Mid-Coast, 55+ Neighborhood Within a Larger, All Ages Development Has Single Family Homes, a Conservancy and a Soothing Quality

Near South Carolina's mid-coast, Summerville is tucked along a wooded ridge just twenty two miles northwest of Charleston and is known as "Flower Town in the Pines." It is also the setting of The Ponds, an all ages, single family home development built on 1,000 lush, historic acres that were once owned by a plantation.



Cresswind, a soothing 55 and better enclave, is one of The Ponds' newest neighborhoods and is being built by Kolter Homes. Construction just began this year. At build out, the community will have 600 residences along tree lined streets, and prospective home buyers can chose from two home collections. The Sawgrass line has five models that range from 1,454 to 2,018 square feet. The larger Tidewater homes may incorporate a den or bonus room. All Cresswind homes have an attached garage, a covered lanai and a first floor master suite. Custom options might include a second floor. New home prices start in the mid- $200,000s, but please verify this with a Realor or Kolter Homes as prices may change.


When complete, Cresswind will have its own clubhouse, and the current design calls for a center with bocce ball courts, tennis courts, an outdoor pool, as well as an event lawn. Residents of Cresswind may also avail themselves of the village center and the historic, restored farmhouse, which serves as the primary amenity center for the entire community. Two pool houses and a picnic pavilion surround it. The Ponds also has an onsite YMCA, an outdoor amphitheater, two ponds, a 20-acre lake and an extensive network of trails. The award winning Ponds Conservancy, a particular point of pride, hosts educational and cultural events.

Summerville, named one of the best places to retire by CNNMoney (and Great Retirement Spots), has a rich menu of dining, entertainment, festivals, and fine arts. A farmers' market happens every Saturday from April to October. The Summerville Orchestra has a full schedule. The annual three day Flowertown Festival each April is one of the Southeast's top attractions and draws artists, craftspeople and 200,000 tourists from across the region. At least four golf courses are in town or within a short drive.

The Summerville Medical Center offers acute care as well as specialized cardiac care. It is accredited by the Joint Commission.

Summer high temperatures reach the 90s with lows in the 70s, and winters high temperatures reach into the 50s and 60s with lows in the 40s. On average, the area receives 52 inches of rain per year.


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