The Preserve at Pendleton
The newest community in the Pendleton/Clemson area, The Preserve at Pendleton, is the perfect place to call home. All the conveniences of life at your finger tips with the joy of small town life. Have an evening out on the Town of Pendleton’s town square with restaurants and boutique shops to explore. Want a little more excitement, downtown Anderson and Greenville are a short drive away. Education abounds with local schools all within 2 miles of the community. Tri-County Technical College and Clemson University are so close you can hear the Tiger’s Roar. Recreation is plentiful with Lakes Hartwell, Keowee, and Jocassee all a short commute away and the Blue Ridge Mountains within sight. Hiking trails and waterfalls dot the countryside and provide some of the best views found anywhere. There is always something to do in the northwest corner of South Carolina.
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Check out the available floor plans below.
An open floor plan, the Clarkson makes efficient use of its 1206 square feet. The long foyer provides access to the 2 guest bedrooms, shared bath and laundry room, which is also accessible from the garage. The family room boasts a cathedral ceiling and is open to the kitchen and dining room, perfect for entertaining.
1,200 – 1,300 Square Feet
For some plans, we try to bring in higher-end features at a more affordable price. With the Gibson, we’ve introduced a covered back patio into a plan that sits at a more affordable price point. Combined with a large family room, the Gibson is a unique home with a smaller footprint.
1,200 – 1,300 Square Feet
With clean divisions between the living space and the bedroom spaces, the Jasper makes for a unique open floor plan. A foyer—complete with coat closet—flows easily into the family room or toward the bedrooms. A cathedral ceiling spans the open living spaces, making these rooms feel even larger. The dining room opens out into a substantial covered back porch, opening up possibilities for outdoor living.
1,400 – 1,500 Square Feet
The Sullivan floor plan accommodates narrow lots without compromising in living space. The family room, dining room, and kitchen are all open to each other, but a cathedral ceiling above the family room sets it apart and avoids the feeling of being inside one large room (instead of three). The kitchen connects to the covered rear patio, simplifying outdoor meals.
1,600 – 1,700 Square Feet
The Astoria opens into a foyer with a bedroom on one side and stairs leading to the bonus room on the other. The kitchen and dining area flow naturally into the family room, but the family room’s cathedral ceiling sets the room apart—giving you the advantage of an open floor plan without the downside of having three rooms blur into one. A long covered back porch, accessed from the family room, sets the stage for outdoor living.
1,700 -1,800 Square Feet
With an expansive, open downstairs layout and a large covered rear patio—the Atwood makes a great choice for those who like to keep the living space separate from the bedrooms. All three bedrooms are upstairs, along with the laundry room. That separation makes the downstairs an ideal spot for entertaining guests. Walking into the foyer, you’ll find a study directly to the side. This flexible space could easily become a den (or even a guest room in a pinch). A half-bathroom serves the entire downstairs area.
1,800 – 1,900 Square Feet
We designed the Huntington for those who want all of their bedrooms upstairs—opening up the downstairs for living and entertaining spaces. Walking through the front door, you’ll step into a foyer that opens up to a dining room (or den) on one side, and connects to a casual dining room straight ahead (with a coat closet on the way). A downstairs half-bathroom is perfect for guests and, along with the large family room, makes this plan a great choice for those who like to host parties and gatherings.
1,900 – 2,000 Square Feet
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