Patrick Square Opens Furnished Models of Village Homes

Patrick Square, Clemson’s first traditional neighborhood development (TND), has opened three fully furnished models of its Village Homes. The models represent the various sizes and price ranges of the seven distinct Village Home styles. Featuring Colonial, Carolina, Craftsman, Greek Revival, Georgian, and Victorian architecture, the Village Homes were designed by renowned TND Urbanist/Architect Lew Oliver of Whole Town Solutions.

Traditional architecture and the latest in environmentally friendly construction and materials characterize the Village Homes at Patrick Square, a Traditional Neighborhood Development in Clemson, S.C.

“Patrick Square has a traditional look, but it is an ultra modern community incorporating the latest sustainable construction practices and fiber-to-home technology for digital services,” said Patrick Square’s President Michael Cheezem.

Including home sites, standard Village Homes are priced from $229,000 to $349,000 and range from roughly 1,400 square feet to nearly 2,700 square feet. All Village Homes have alley-entry garages for safer, uncluttered streetscapes and front porches to encourage neighborly interaction.

With interiors by Howard House Interior Design of Atlanta, Ga., The Madison is an airy two-bedroom, 1,431-square-foot cottage sitting next to The York near the Keller Boulevard entrance off Issaqueena Trail. The York is 1,835 square feet, has three bedrooms plus a den, and Aesthetics from Seneca, S. C. did its interior design.

Also open is The Pendleton overlooking natural green space. The 2,100-square-foot home has a master bedroom and bath downstairs with two more bedrooms, baths, a flex room and extra storage space upstairs. Large porches grace the front and sides of the Greek Revival-style home, which features interior design by Kay Green Design of Orlando, Fla.

The models have received EarthCraft House certification for their environmentally conscious designs and best practices, and Patrick Square is the first EarthCraft community in South Carolina. “Energy-conserving materials and technologies reduce utility bills by 30 percent, compared to new homes built with conventional methods,” Cheezem added.

Eight families have already contracted to build in Phase I, which has 49 homes, including custom designs. Cook Brothers Custom Homes is building a custom country-style, two-story residence on a one-third acre corner site.


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