Del Webb at Cane Bay (55+)

Del Webb Charleston sits on 360 acres in charming Summerville, South Carolina and, as with all Del Webb communities, it caters to active adults 55 and better. Only one resident in a household need be at least 55 years young to become a homeowner in this fabulous neighborhood offering coastal living and resort style amenities.

Beautifully designed homes with efficient and easy-living floor plans, front porches and friendly neighbors will entice you to call this home. With all the activities that Del Webb Charleston offers its residents, you’ll never be bored or feel out of touch. We can show you a variety of single-level homes ranging from nearly 1,250 to 2,600 square feet with two and three bedrooms and prices ranging from high $100’s to low $300’s.

As with most large, growing developments there will be an on-site agent representing the developer’s or builder’s best interest on new homes. Many buyers feel if they walk in to the Sales Office and purchase a home from an on-site agent, they will save dollars. Not true! Having a Realtor represent YOU and YOUR best interest can gain you added incentives on your home purchase, so let us help you with any home you are considering. Read more about Del Webb of Charleston, but take us along if and when you visit.

About the Amenities: The Resort at Del Webb Charleston, a 20,000-square-foot clubhouse with heated indoor and outdoor pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center and spacious locker rooms has something that’s sure to please anyone! The community is also home to a dog park, miles of walking and biking trails, tennis, bocce, pickleball, a pier overlook, event lawn and a sun deck; perfect for spending some time outside and enjoying our sunny days! Unlike the Del Webb Sun City communities, this development has no golf course and at present there are no plans to add a course.

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