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Moreland Village


Moreland was one of at least 15 separate plantations that once occupied the land that is now Palmetto Bluff. Owned by the Cole family, the property’s primary crops were indigo, rice, and cotton. The sketch to the left depicts some of the buildings on the property.

Today, the physical remnants of Moreland are few. Two cemeteries located near Old Moreland Road tell of a working plantation and give a glimpse into the life of the place. Pine trees now replace ground once scattered with cotton and new marsh exists in historic rice paddies. Live Oaks grace the banks of the creek and marsh that, to this day, provide strong protection from incoming storms.

Paying homage to the history of the place through traditional architecture

Moreland

history at palmetto bluff

and planning, Moreland Village is envisioned as a settlement that evolved from a plantation to a small riverside town to a bustling neighborhood.

“The summer homes established along the May River were characterized by certain design traits that had been adapted to meet the demands of the Lowcountry, and were often raised above the ground on piers to provide

adequate ventilation. In most cases, these clapboard-sided residences had large porches for casual living.

Several well-preserved examples of this vernacular form of Lowcountry architectural design can still be viewed in some of Bluffton’s remaining antebellum homes. The Cole-Heyward House is a splendid illustration. In the early 1840s, John J. Cole built this summer dwelling for his family on Boundary Street. Like many builders of the day, Cole chose plans for his house based on the early Carolina Farmhouse style of architecture, which was heavily influenced from the West Indies. John and his wife Caroline Corley owned nearby Moreland Plantation located at May River Neck, or present-day Palmetto Bluff.”

— Excerpt from “The Bluffton Expedition: The Burning of Bluffton, South Carolina, During the Civil War”, by Jeff Fulgham, 2012


Moreland vision

The Ultimate Inspiration for Lowcountry Adventure

Experience Principles Create and Celebrate Our Crossroads

Moreland will be designed to create the happy collisions that surprise and delight. From creating formal lifestyle hubs where programming and amenities share space, to finding and creating compelling “destinations” among our preserves and parks, to designing true gathering places where our trails and tracks intersect with each other – we will ensure that the exploration of Moreland is a communal experience. While we will encourage and embrace the time spent alone, we will ensure that this community comes together again and again.

Blur The Lines Between Indoor And Out, Developed And Undeveloped Moreland will create places and spaces where the indoors and outdoors feel united. With buildings that use windows, materials, and open spaces to spectacularly celebrate our unique outdoor environment, our architecture will both draw people in and inspire them to go out. At Moreland, nature’s design and man’s design come together dramatically. Boardwalks will wind amongst the trees before transitioning into dirt and back. Natural waterways will connect with developed waterways and pools – helping create a natural feeling even when you are in something that has been created. Moreland will provide a model for how design and development can celebrate the outdoor environment.

Bring Life To The Landscape Moreland will be a place of energy and activity – a natural environment that is enlivened by the people and passion that live and visit. Moreland will be filled with the laughter that comes from drinking and dining in inspiring outdoor environments. Moreland will be energized by the sounds of instruments and voices that we invite to play, sing, and talk in a one-of-a-kind setting. We will create centers of gravity – trailheads, game rooms, bars, imaginative events, and more – that attract a crowd. At Moreland, people will be compelled to congregate and celebrate as a part of a true community. Moreland won’t be afraid to get a little loud. Unlike the somewhat quiet reverence of Wilson, Moreland will have a hum.

Make It Easy To Explore The Lowcountry Environment Your Way Whether it is the serenity of a nature walk through the preserve, the challenge of testing your skills on the hunting grounds, or the pulse-pumping action of a four-wheeler tour of the property – Moreland is the ideal jumping off point for the best outdoor experiences of the Lowcountry. Our outfitters will be an unmatched basecamp where people gather to get the knowledge, gear, trail maps, and guidance to start their exploration of this unique outdoor environment – and will be home base for the celebration of those activities at the end of the day. Our conservationists and Lowcountry lifestyle guides will be contagious with their knowledge and passion – and Moreland’s programs will consistently inspire people young and old to immerse with this environment more fully. We will be innovative and creative in how we deliver on this promise – from expanded programs in the spirit of “Girlz Gone Wild” to kid-friendly surprises like a network of tree houses throughout the property. There will be no better place to have fun on the water, the marsh, and the woods of the Lowcountry.


Moreland Village

Design Principles


Palmetto Bluff draws upon the architectural

for shade and raised foundations to capture

or volumes that were broken up, rather than

be subordinate to the landscape, highlighting

and landscape traditions that shaped the

coastal breezes.

one main dominant volume. This evolution

Moreland’s natural character.

Lowcountry region. At Moreland Village the

preserved the more rural character of the

intent is to continue to build on this tradition

Coastal Context & Climate

Lowcountry and established a comfortable and

The predominant Lowcountry vernacular

to develop contemporary interpretations and

The influence of early settlers can be seen in

“human” scale to the buildings.

design will create a casual, relaxed, and simple

details that incorporate sustainable concepts.

the incorporation of wraparound verandas,

Lowcountry architecture is the result of a

porches, and raised foundations that

Moreland Village will continue to celebrate

amenities will provide for a rich diversity in

variety of cultural influences (English, French,

responded to the need of both ameliorating

these traditions, with a spirit that emphasizes

the community. Homes will feature expansive

and German) that are well suited to the area

the climate and taking advantage of breezes,

a simpler Lowcountry vernacular compared to

porches with an eye towards engaging the

with regard to climate and the use of local

sun, and coastal views through the orientation

the more refined architecture and landscape

street. Buildings will be “unbundled” so that

materials. The Lowcountry style is generally

of the house.

of Wilson Village. While each building will

they appear as a collection of simple related

be influenced by the past, the vernacular

forms rather than one single “box.”

characterized as having the following main

way of life. The mixture of lot types and

Generational Architecture

architecture of Moreland will feature design

As families grew, technology advanced, and

elements that are updated and modern.

The porch has evolved as one of the most

Relaxed & Informal Living

cultural influences changed, these factors

Homes will be typified by simple masses and

distinguishing features of the Lowcountry

The earliest settlers were mainly English

impacted the architectural design aesthetic

details, but high quality building materials.

vernacular and will be a prevalent characteristic

and French and they brought with them

of the Lowcountry. A primary house was

Larger masses will be broken down to be more

of Moreland. Porches should be used in

an architectural language that was more

constructed first and as the family’s needs

sympathetic to the vernacular context.

building designs to respond to sun orientation,

rectangular and formal. These designs were

changed, secondary wings and/or structures,

assimilated into the coastal climate of the

such as cottages, garages, dormers, and/

Moreland Village will feature a wide variety

applicable). Porches establish a neighborhood

Carolinas. The use of columns and symmetrical

or outbuildings were added. This evolution

of lot types and sizes, reflecting a small town

atmosphere and reinforce the informal quality

layouts were then relaxed with deep porches

created a collection of informal buildings and/

informality and coastal lifestyle. Buildings will

of Moreland Village.

elements and design philosophies:

views and the adjoining streetscape (where

Design Principles


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Court Atkins Architects, Inc.

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Geoff Chick & Associates

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Design inspiration

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Stackable + Squires Design Group


Geoff Chick & Associates

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Design inspiration

Troy Lucas

Historical Concepts, LLC

Geoff Chick & Associates


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Flickr Creative Commons

Design inspiration

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Beau Clowney Design

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Moreland Village

Site Plans


Moreland Village

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Moreland Village

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Northpoint

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maritime row, Lake Bales & the Preserve

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dove field

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Moreland Village

Village Amenities


Outfitters at Moreland Village


Canteen at Moreland Village


Boundary at Moreland Village


Cole’s at Moreland Village


Boundary Bowling alley at Moreland Village


Boundary game room at Moreland Village


Boundary Pools at Moreland Village


Moreland Village

Home Plans


4240 01 | dove field

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Architect

4240

Cond. SF

5,010

UnCond. SF

3,108

Garage

(19’-1” x 13’-7”)

laundry

master porch

(1o’-4” x 20’-4”) powder

covered walkway

4 4.5

gear storage

2 car

butler pantry

entry

8,118

guest cottage (19’-1” x 12’-0”)

dining room

kitchen terrace

kitchen

(18’-4” x 34’-8”)

(10’-0” x 18’-11”)

screened dining porch

(12’-4” x 20’-7”)

(19’-1” x 20’-0”)

First Floor

screened porch (18’-7” x 8’-8”)

entry screened terrace

entry porch

great room

(22’-4” x 24’-0”)

(19’-1” x 26’-7”)

(18’-4” x 20’-5”)

bedroom 3

(19’-1” x 12’-0”)

bath

Baths

master bedroom

master bath his

bath

Beds

garage

(21’-1” x 21’-1”)

dove field | 4240 01

Total SF

hers

mech

4240 01

closet

bath vanity loft

famiy media room

bunk room

(14’-7” x 20’-0”)

(8’-3” x 20’-0”)

sleeping porch

(9’-6” x 20’-0”)

bath illustrations not to scale

Plan Name

bedroom 2

(19’-1” x 15’-0”)

closet

(9’-7” x 11’-1”)

second Floor


cottage A (3 Bedroom) | Cottages

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Cottage A (3 Bedroom)

Architect

4240

Cond. SF

2,252

Total SF Beds Baths Garage

dining

622

covered porch

(12’-6” x 7’-6”)

2,874 3

First Floor

kitchen

screened porch

(13’-6” x 15’-10”)

3.5 1 car carport great room

(21’-2” x 15’-10”)

cottages | Cottage A (3 bedroom)

UnCond. SF

carport

(20’-6” x 11’-0”)

master bedroom

master Bathroom

(14’-10” x 12’-0”)

laundry

hall

entry porch

pantry closet

pwdr

second Floor

bath bedroom 2

(10’-4” x 11’-1”)

bath

illustrations not to scale

Plan Name

bedroom 3

(12’-0” x 13’-1”)


cottage B | Cottages

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Cottage B

Architect

4240

Cond. SF

1,754

Total SF Beds Baths Garage

560 2,314 3 3.5 1 car carport bath

cottages | Cottage B

UnCond. SF

bedroom

(11’-4” x 10’-8”)

bunkroom

bath

(1o’-8” x 9’-9”)

kitchen

(18’-0” x 12’-1”)

laundry/ mudroom

entry

carport

(18’-6” x 17’-5”)

master bathroom

master bedroom (12’-1” x 13’-4”)

pwdr

(9’-6” x 6’-3”)

hallway

illustrations not to scale

Plan Name

garden courtyard (25’-7” x 16’-9”)

great room

(15’-11” x 20’-9”)

covered porch

(10’-2” x 16’-9”)

First Floor


beau clowney 01 | dove field

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Plan Name

Beau Clowney 01

Architect

Beau Clowney

Cond. SF

4,456

UnCond. SF

1,145

Total SF

5,601

Garage

(15’-0” x 14’-10”)

Family room

master closet

(13’-8” x 22’-11”)

butler's Pantry Pantry

Kitchen

(11’-8” x 20’-0”)

dining room

(15’-8” x 9’-11 1/2”)

courtyard

3 3 full/2 half

front porch

rear porch

1 car/1 carport living room

carport

garage

(12’-6” x 20’-10”)

First Floor

(27’-8” x 23’-10”)

powder

pool bar

library

powder

(8’-3 1/2” x 19’-10”)

closet

bath 2 bedroom 2

(15’-8” x 12’-11”)

hall

bunk room

(19’-11” x 11’-8”)

illustrations not to scale

Baths

master bedroom

rear foyer

dove field | beau clowney 01

Beds

master bath

bath 3

sitting room

(19’-11” x 11’-7 1/2”)

bedroom 3

(12’-8” x 15’-10”)

Covered Porch (18’-10” x 12’-2”)

second Floor


beau clowney 02 | Maritime row

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Architect

Beau Clowney

Cond. SF

3,778

UnCond. SF

3,108

Total SF

6,866

garage

(21’-10” x 21’-1- 1/2”)

garage bay

(8’-11” x 14’-1”)

(17’-6” x 20’-10 1/2”)

covered porch

4 living room

4.5

gallery

(25’-5 1/2” x 19’-6”)

First Floor

(25’-5 1/2” x 8’-9 1/2”)

2 cars/1 carport

covered porch

Master bath

(37’-1 1/2” x 20'-8”)

master bedroom (14’-8 1/2” x 16-9”)

closet closet

office

(9’-4” x 4'-7”)

upper porch

bedroom 1

sitting room

(13’-11” x 13'-9”)

(11’-11” x 16'-7 1/2”)

Unfinished/future one bedroom/bath

(14’-0” x 7'-10”)

bath 1

closet

bath 2

bedroom 3

bedroom 2

(11’-1 1/2” x 14'-4 1/2”) closet closet

Garage

dog trot

(24’-0” x 20’-4”)

(34’-0” x 10’-4 1/2”)

bath 3

illustrations not to scale

Baths

laundry

kitchen

(17’-1 1/2” x 14’-10”)

maritime row | beau clowney 02

Beds

sitting room

butler's pantry

powder

Beau Clowney 02

pantry

Plan Name

(12’-0” x 13'-11”)

second Floor


Court atkins 01 | dove field

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Plan Name

Court Atkins 01

Architect

Court Atkins

Cond. SF

4,410

UnCond. SF

1,770

Total SF

6,180

Garage

laundry

(23’-0” x 23’-0”)

Pantry

5 5.5 dining

2 car/1 cart

great room

(20’-0” x 20’-0”)

(14’-0” x 20’-0”)

cart garage

front porch (10’-0” x 40’-6”)

raised planter

First Floor

(7’-0” x 21’-0”)

Master dressing

(10’-6” x 10’-0”)

service yard Master Bedroom (17’-0” x 15’-6”)

powder room

entry porch

foyer

(22’-0” x 10’-0”)

master garden (40’-0” x 20’-0”)

bath 3 bedroom 3

(12’-6” x 14’-0”)

bonus room (19’-6” x 8’-0”)

w.I.C.

bedroom 2

(14’-0” x 14’-0”)

bath

upper laundry

w.I.C. bedroom 4

(12’-0” x 14’-0”)

bath 2

illustrations not to scale

Baths

(16’-0” x 16’-0”)

(19’-0” x 12’-6”)

2-Car garage

dove field | court atkins 01

Beds

Kitchen

covered breezeway

screened outdoor living

bath 4

media room

(12’-0” x 17’-6”)

second Floor


g2 design 01 | outdoor living

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dog run

Plan Name

g2 Design OLH O1B

Architect

g2 Design, LLC

Cond. SF

3,648

UnCond. SF

1,770

Total SF

5,418

Garage

pantry

tackle room (20’-0” x 10’-0”)

outdoor kitchen raised courtyard (24’-0” x 32’-0”)

4

great room

4.5

screened porch

dining room

(27’-0” x 19’-0”)

garage

(12’-0” x 30’-0”)

(8’-0” x 16’-0”)

First Floor

(24’-0” x 24’-0”)

2 car/1 cart covered entry porch

mud room

foyer

(8’-0” x 29’-0”)

P/r bedroom 4/ study

(12’-0” x 15’-0”)

wic dressing bath 4

bedroom 2

wic

(14’-6” x 11’-6”)

master bath

covered porch

bath 2

bedroom 4/ Study Vaulted ceiling

covered breezeway

(24’-0” x 8’-0”)

master bedroom (17’-0” x 15’-0”)

service/ trash

master closet

second Floor

bedroom 3

(14’-6” x 11’-6”)

wic

illustrations not to scale

Baths

kitchen

(19’-0” x 14’-0”)

outdoor living | g2 design 01

Beds

(10’-0” x 24’-0”)

bath 3

master Vaulted ceiling


g2 Design 02 | outdoor living

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dog run

(10’-0” x 24’-0”)

Plan Name

g2 Design OLH 01A

Architect

g2 Design, LLC

Cond. SF

3,552

UnCond. SF

1,770

Total SF

5,322

Garage

kitchen

pantry

outdoor kitchen

(19’-0” x 14’-0”)

raised courtyard (24’-0” x 32’-0”)

4

screened porch

garage

4.5

(24’-0” x 24’-0”)

dining room

great room

(8’-0” x 16’-0”)

(12’-0” x 30’-0”)

(27’-0” x 19’-0”)

2 car/1 cart

First Floor covered porch

covered breezeway

service/ trash

master bedroom (17’-0” x 15’-0”)

foyer

mud room

(8’-0” x 29’-0”)

powder

master bath

covered entry porch

master closet

wic

dressing

bedroom 4/ study

(12’-0” x 15’-0”)

bath

great room vaulted ceiling

second Floor illustrations not to scale

Baths

(20’-0” x 10’-0”)

outdoor living | g2 Design 02

Beds

tackle Room

master vaulted ceiling

bedroom 3

(12’-0” x 15’-0”)

wic

bath 3

wic

bath 2

bedroom 2

(12’-0” x 15’-0”)


g2 design 03 | outdoor living

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kitchen

Plan Name

g2 Design OLH 04A

Architect

g2 Design, LLC

Cond. SF

2,422

UnCond. SF

1,284

Baths Garage

(19’-0” x 27’-0”)

garage

(23’-0” x 27’-0”)

foyer dining room

4,006

pantry

powder

3 3.5

(30’-0” x 12’-0”)

2 car

service yard

mud room

outdoor kitchen

screened porch

First Floor

wic raised courtyard

master bath

master bedroom

(30’-0” x 16’-0”)

(13’-0” x 15’-0”)

wic

dog run

(62’-0” x 14’-0”)

bath 3

great room vaulted ceiling

bath 2

wic

wic

bedroom 2

bedroom 3

(11’-0” x 13’-6”)

illustrations not to scale

Beds

great room

entry porch

(12’-0” x 25’-0”)

outdoor living | g2 design 03

Total SF

(11’-6” x 15’-0”)

mech

(11’-0” x 13’-6”)

second Floor


geoff chick 01 | dove field

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spa

4,044

UnCond. SF

1,582

Total SF

5,626

Baths Garage

M. closet

5

powder

5.5

mud room

M. Bedroom

2 car

side porch

(13’-0” x 23’-3”)

rear porch

(31’-8” x 25’-6”)

First Floor

kitchen

(14’-4” x 22’-1”)

(9’-0” x 21’-0”)

dove field | geoff chick 01

Beds

pool

garage

(22’-1” x 21’-8”)

entry

great room

(7’-5” x 17’-9”)

(33’-3” x 22’-1”)

front porch

(11’-0” x 21’-0”)

pantry

kitchen apartment

bath

(16’-7” x 15’-11”)

balcony

sitting

open to below

bedroom 2

(18’-0” x 11’-3”)

closet

second Floor

bedroom 4

bath

(21’-9” x 10’-7”)

(15’-7” x 10’-7”)

bath

Cond. SF

Geoff Chick

M. Bathroom

laundry

Architect

Geoff Chick 01

illustrations not to scale

Plan Name

day bed

closet bath

bedroom 3

(18’-0” x 11’-3”)

covered porch

(11’-0” x 21’-0”)


geoff chick 02 | dove field

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Plan Name

Geoff Chick 02

Architect

Geoff Chick

Cond. SF

4,269

UnCond. SF

2,887

Total SF

7,156

Beds

pool

4

Baths

4 full/2 half

Garage

2 car/1 cart

powder

spa

laundry

dove field | geoff chick 02

garage

back hall

(22’-8” x 24’-8”)

porch

(36’-0” x 18’-0”)

M. Bedroom 1

(21’-1” x 38’-11”)

hall

front porch

(12’-0” x 34’-8”)

M. closet

(13’-10” x 13’-9”)

First Floor

great room & Kitchen

M. Bath 1

M. closet

balcony bath apartment

(13’-8” x 22’-6”)

laundry

powder

M. Bedroom 2

outdoor living

M. closet

(36’-0” x 18’-0”)

(16’-0” x 12’-9”)

back hall

CLoset

front porch

hall

(11’-0” x 32’-8”)

living/dining (16’-0” x 11’-7”)

entry

M. closet

Bedroom 3

(14’-10” x 13’-9”)

M. bath 2

Bath 3

illustrations not to scale

study

(16’-2” x 13’-9”)

(14’-0” x 16’-1”)

second Floor


historical concepts 01 | dove field

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Cond. SF

4,675

UnCond. SF

2,480

Garage

Master bedroom (15’-8” x 20’-6”)

4.5 Two-car, detached

garage

M Closet

(26’-0” x 23’-0”)

Laundry

pantry powder

kitchen &Keeping (24’-2” x 17’-6”)

covered breezeway dining

(20’-8” x 12’-6”)

screened porch

Closet

flex space

living room

(24’-2” x 17’-6”)

(11’-0” x 17’-6”)

Screened dining

bath laundry

front porch

hall

(11’-6” x 29’-6”)

screened porch (23’-2” x 12’-0”)

First Floor

guest bedroom (13’-6” x 20’-6”)

(9’-6” x 19’-0”)

M Closet

Baths

4

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Beds

7,155

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Total SF

Master bath

Architect

Master bath

Plan Name

second Floor

Master bedroom (15’-4” x 20’-6”)

upper porch

(10’-0” x 50’-0”)


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Markalunas 01 | Lake bales


Plan Name

Markalunas 01

Architect

Markalunas

Cond. SF

3,523

UnCond. SF

3,025

Total SF

6,548

Garage

4.5 great room

2 + cars

(19’ x 28’-5”)

optional screened lake terrace

optional kayak/canoe storage

great room below

screened porch (28’ x 15’)

(19’–5” x 29’)

kitchen

master bedroom

(20’ x 11’)

flex space

(16’ x 15’-5”)

Closet

car parking

master closet

(13’–5” x 39’-5”)

entry porch above

master bath

foyer

powder

bath

entry porch

First Floor

bedroom 4

(16’ x 17’)

laundry

(8’ x 14’)

(20’ x 8’)

ground Floor

(18’ x 17’)

bedroom 3

car parking

(13’–5” x 39’-5”)

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Baths

4

lake bales | Markalunas 01

Beds

closet

(14’ x 14’)

bath

bath

bedroom 2 (13’ x 12’-5”)

second Floor

closet


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Markalunas 02 | Lake bales


Markalunas 02

Architect

Markalunas

Cond. SF

3,304

UnCond. SF

2,733

Total SF

6,037

3.5

(14’ x 5’)

screen porch

porch below

dining room

(32’ x 14’)

2 + cars

(13’-6” x 12’)

Optional Terrace Entertaining space bath 3 master bedroom (14’-6” x 17’)

(14’-6” x 19’)

(19’ x 20’)

car parking

car parking

bedroom 3

great room

(14’ x 19’)

Elev

entry

bath 4

closet closet closet

kitchen master bath

Master closet

Elev

laundry

pantry

Garage

covered porch

screen porch above

flex space (15’ x 18’)

foyer

CLoset

(6’-6” x 15’)

Mech

powder drive

entry entry porch above

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Baths

3

lake bales | Markalunas 02

Beds

closet

Plan Name

ground Floor

drive entry porch

porch below

(18’ x 8’)

First Floor

second Floor

bedroom 4 (14’-6” x 19’)


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Markalunas 03 | Lake bales


Architect

Markalunas

Cond. SF

3,265

UnCond. SF

2,059

Total SF

5,324

Garage

porch below

(27’ x 14”)

3 3.5 2 + cars

great room

dining room

(20’ x 17’-6”)

(15’ x 17’-6”)

bedroom 2

(16’-6” x 17’-6”)

bath 2 optional terrace entertaining space

CLoset kitchen

laundry entry

master bath

CLoset

(19’-6” x 10’)

flex space (17’ x 13’)

CLoset

master closet

bath 3 foyer

Elev

(8’-6' x 18’)

Elev CLoset

mech

pantry

car parking

powder CLoset

master bedroom

bedroom 3 (19’-6” x 15’)

(15’ x 15’-6”)

entry

entry porch

drive

porch below

(20’ x 18’)

entry porch above

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Baths

screen porch

lake bales | Markalunas 03

Beds

rear yard below

Markalunas 03

CLoset

Plan Name

drive below

ground Floor

First Floor

second Floor


pearce scott 01 | dove field

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Plan Name

Pearce Scott 01

Architect

Pearce Scott

Cond. SF

3,345

UnCond. SF

1,757

Total SF

5,102

Garage

4

bath 3

kitchen

(12’–0” x 17’-0”)

dining

(9’-0” x 10’-8”)

powder

bedroom 3

bunk room

(12’–0” x 12’-0”)

(14’–7” x 10’-8”)

4.5 2 car/1 cart

rear porch

mud hall

(25’–0” x 8’-0”)

foyer

entry porch (19’-6” x 11’-6”)

jr Master wic

living area

hers his

(19’–6” x 17’-0”)

family room bath 2

(19’–6” x 17’-0”)

porch

(46’–0” x 11’-6”)

master bath

screened porch

bath 3

(11’–6” x 33’-0”)

jr master bedroom

(15’–4” x 13’-0”)

Master Bedroom

screened porch (10’–8” x 17’-0”)

(15’–4” x 13’-0”)

First Floor

second Floor

garage

(21’–6” x 21’-6”)

illustrations not to scale

Baths

laundry

dove field | pearce scott 01

Beds

pantry

cart storage

(8’–0” x 12’-0”)


stackable + squiers 01 | dove field

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Stackable + Squiers 01

Architect

Stackable + Squiers

Cond. SF

3, 544

Total SF

5,475

master bath

family room (14’ x 18’)

(24’ x 24’)

4.5

kitchen (12’ x 17’)

2 car/1 cart

closet

entry powder

golf cart

living room

dining

(14’ x 18’)

(12’ x 23’)

front porch (10’ x 29’)

First Floor

master bedroom (13’ x 17’)

covered screened porch

raised courtyard

unfinished space

bedroom 3

(552 sq ft)

(10’ x 28’)

Master bath 2

(11’ x 16’)

closet

porch

closet closet

Garage

garage

bedroom 4 (11’ x 16’)

illustrations not to scale

Baths

4

dove field | stackable + Squiers 01

Beds

laundry

closet

1, 931

covered porch

bath 3

UnCond. SF

covered Walkway

bath 4

Plan Name

master bedroom 2 (15’ x 15’)

(10’ x 29’)

second Floor


Thomas and Denzinger 01 | Maritime row

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Plan Name Architect

Thomas & Denzinger

Cond. SF

3,954

UnCond. SF

2,803

Total SF

6,757

Garage

(9’-4” x 13’-6”)

service yard

garage

laundry

(13’-0” x 12’-6”)

kitchen

(17’-6” x 11’-5”)

back porch

(16’-4” x 5’-7”)

elev

studio/study

dining room

(13’-6” x 20’-0”)

(15’-10” x 17’-0”)

great room (17’-5” x 17’-0”)

(23’-10” x 27’-0”)

4.5

entry hall

2 car/1 cart

(21’-2” x 6’-6”)

closet

unfinished / future bonus space (27’-0” x 15’-9”)

bath

First Floor

entry porch (17’-6” x 8’-0”)

(20’-9” x 16’-8”)

guest bedroom 3

(11’-6” x 15’-6”)

open to below

(12’-0” x 17’-0”)

(11’-6” x 41’-2”)

master bedroom

bath

guest bedroom 2

outdoor living

closet

bath

open to below

sitting area (17’-0” x 10’-6”)

porch

(15’-4” x 8’-o”)

bath

illustrations not to scale

Baths

cart shed

4

maritime row | Thomas and Denzinger 01

Beds

outdoor shower

Thomas & Denzinger 01

guest bedroom 1 (17’-1” x 13’-0”)

second Floor


For real estate inquiries, please call 1.800.501.7405 or visit our website at www.palmettobluff.com

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