Nelliefield Plantation

Nelliefield Plantation is a relatively new neighborhood located off Clements Ferry Road and adjacent to The Peninsula neighborhood. Its proximity to I-526, Highway 41, Mount Pleasant and Daniel Island make it a popular choice for homebuyers.

Your eye will first catch the colorful homes, ranging from muted greens and blues to splashes of coral and rust. Second, you’ll notice there are no vinyl sided homes to be found in this community. HardiePlank siding and brick accent on homes give this neighborhood a more high-end look. Architectural shingles also add to the good looks and curb appeal. Some residents enjoy pond views and all homes have lovely landscaping.

Several homestyles with features such as three to four bedrooms, 9′ ceilings, spacious kitchens with a variety of cabinet styles and glazes, and quality Whirlpool appliances. Quality while being affordable is critical at Nelliefield.

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