There are many advantages to living in a home built on a corner, particularly in a neighborhood like DeBordieu, located just south of Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Some of these advantages to corner lots are practical, while others are aesthetic.
Gardening enthusiasts love corner lots because it enables them to showcase their landscaping and provide even greater curb appeal. In particular, Lot 109 Wood Stork Lane in the quiet Patewood North neighborhood of DeBordieu is located on a corner overlooking a beautiful, serene lake. Click here for information on Lot 109.
People who enjoy more privacy love a corner lot because there is not a neighbor on one side, which can give the home elbow room and a more prestigious look because it’s not “boxed in.” These folks tend to add additional landscaping to provide a more private setting for the side of their back yard that exposed to the street.
When considering parking, corner lots are great because they can allow for a side load garage, and even a circular drive, like the 4 bedroom Holcombe House at 521 Bonneyneck Drive in DeBordieu. Click here for information on the Holcombe House.
Jeff and I built our home on a corner lot where most afternoons you can watch my daughter and her gang of neighborhood kids engaging in a riveting game of whiffle-ball, which they can do only because we are on the corner.
Whether you are considering a home or a lot, there truly are a number of advantages to buying a corner property.
There has never been a better time to purchase property at DeBordieu!