Greenville, South Carolina was once known for textiles and agriculture, but over the years the cotton mills have given way to automotive plants, and fields that once produced peaches and cotton are now bustling subdivisions providing housing for the Upstate’s rapidly expanding population.
Currently being developed on over 81 acres at the northeast quadrant of Highway 14 and East Suber Road in Greer, Sudduth Farms, a D.R. Horton community, is appropriately named for the original owners of the property. Upon completion, this mixed use development will include 153 single family homes, 195 townhomes, and over 100,000 square feet of retail space. And word through the grapevine is that chances are pretty good one of the tenant anchors will be a regionally known grocery store.
Just minutes from the Greenville/Spartanburg International Airport, Pelham Medical Center, and downtown Greer, Sudduth Farms is zoned for the highly coveted Riverside school district, making this new community sought after by young families. Minutes from I-85 and 385, trips to Charlotte or Atlanta are easily doable as well as providing an easy daily commute into downtown Greenville, the Woodruff Road are or Spartanburg.
Developed for all ages and family sizes, Sudduth Farms offers 14 single family floorplans with 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms and 2, 2.5, 3, or 3.5 baths, ranging from 1,588 square feet to 3,845 square feet. They also have a number of move-in-ready homes in several different floorplan selections. The townhomes average 1,699-2,439 square feet and depending on the design will have between 2-4 bedrooms and either 2 full and 1 half baths or 3 full baths. Each townhome comes with a private front-loading garage along with 2 reserved parking spaces and full yard maintenance. Community amenities include a huge open-air pavilion complete with a custom built stone fireplace, a separate toddler playground, volleyball courts, pickle ball courts and a junior Olympic swimming pool.
Just one of the new communities being developed in and around Greenville County, Sudduth Farms is definitely one of the most ambitious in size and amenities. Once all retail space is leased, Sudduth Farms will seem more like a small neighborhood village, one where you can walk to the grocery store, visit with neighbors while the kids swing at the playground, or meet friends at the nearby coffee shop or café.
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