Construction on the new 47-lot phase begins March 11, featuring a variety of two-story plans ranging from 1,556 to 2,113 square feet. Future homeowners can choose either three- or four-bedroom plans with one- or two-car garages, and all homes feature two and a half baths. Some new features of the new plans include: large patio out back, cozy loft, spacious walk in closets, and large master suites.
Amenities planned for the new phase of this community include a pool, sidewalks and green space for residents to enjoy. The neighborhood is also zoned for Dorchester County’s desirable School District Two, including William Reeves Jr. Elementary, Dubose Middle and Summerville High School. Located off Orangeburg Road, this phase of Wentworth Hall is convenient to great shopping, a variety of restaurants and major interstates, which makes commuting a breeze. Wentworth Hall also offers 100 percent USDA financing, which is a program providing government-insured purchase loans in rural areas.
“At all Lennar neighborhoods we take pride in offering potential residents an opportunity to build their dream homes from the ground up,” said Robert Hilliard, president of Lennar’s Coastal Carolinas Division. “We are excited about attracting new families and individuals to Wentworth Hall with the new plans and prices that are tens of thousands less than homes in other parts of this community.”
Those interested in learning more about this beautiful new neighborhood can visit the Wentworth Hall Welcome Home Center, located at 101 Berwick Dr. in Summerville, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and also Saturday, or noon to 6 p.m. on Friday or Sunday. For more information, call 843-873-4300, or visit www.lennar.com.
Lennar Corp., founded in 1954 and headquartered in Miami, is one of the nation’s leading builders of quality homes for all generations. Building homes in 17 states, Lennar offers affordable, move-up and retirement homes in communities that cater to almost any lifestyle.