Living in Rustic Elegance

Longview Carolina

The times they are a’changin’ and people now want more from the place they live.  They want more than a house with a deck, pool, and possibly a golf course in the backyard.  They want more than simply a home; they want a lifestyle.

Across the South, we’ve seen a growing trend of resilient communities that are focused on sustainability, wellness, and land conservation.  These communities are created in a way that embraces the land and fosters a unique lifestyle for their residents.  The homes are built with nature in mind and the communities provide opportunities for residents to interact and fellowship, truly capturing the spirit of “community.”

The Carolina Crescent Region is the perfect location for this new way to develop.  From mountains and lakes to rivers and trails, outdoor opportunities are endless.  In addition to the natural amenities, art and culture are just a stone’s throw away in the nearby city centers.  The area provides opportunities to feel worlds apart, yet minutes away.

This is actually the theme for an upcoming residential community, Longview Carolina, located on what feels like the top of world, yet its only two miles from Downtown Easley. With long range, panoramic views that span from South Carolina into the Georgia and North Carolina Mountains, Longview Carolina, will offer its residents a lifestyle of rustic elegance. Immense spaces, vast views, and magnificent experiences will be part of the life lived in this meticulously designed gated community.  Over a third of the property will be set aside for green space and trails and unique amenities are being planned that will make Longview Carolina a well-desired location for luxury living.

If a resilient lifestyle is calling you, sign up for updates through the Longview Carolina website – www.longviewcarolina.com.

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