The Acadia community in Greenville County is expanding, with phase 3 plans calling for 106 new home sites to attract everyone from empty nesters to young families.
“Acadia is growing, thanks to a convergence of several wonderful dynamics,” said John Freeman, developer of the Acadia community. “The Greenville economy is very strong, and mortgage rates remain a bargain. As Greenville grows, so does Acadia.”
Since 2006, Acadia has grown and is now home to 130 families.
Acadia has preserved 120 of its 360 acres for parks, trails, green spaces and common areas. It offers several outdoor amenities, including the paddle house, where kayaks launch onto the Saluda River, and the junior Olympic swimming pool.
Festivals, 5K charity runs and bike rides, parades, weddings and cookouts are held at Acadia’s Pavilion on the Village Green.
Custom home sites in The Sanctuary are available from $80,000 for wooded lots and up to $249,000 for estates with river and mountain views.
Several home styles and custom finishes are also available in Somes Village: townhomes from $315,000; twin houses from $375,000; gatehouses from $429,000; pocket-park cottages from $330,000; and single-family custom homes from $435,000 on cottage lots, from $475,00 on manor lots, and from $550,000 and up on estate and super-estate lots.
The Acadia Sales Centre, 1 Village Mews Road, at corner of Acadia Avenue, is open 10 a.m.–5 p.m. weekdays, 10–4 p.m. on Saturday, 2-4 p.m. Sunday and anytime by appointment. Call 864-269-1011, or go to AcadiaSC.com.