Making progress!

Each day, the view down Rose Wilder Lane gets a little better as all 5 homes are roaring along! Siding has been going up on several of the homes, and though it all looks uniform now, the street will soon be an array of beautiful colors.

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Lot 5 Elevation, Earl's CourtLot 5 is the second two-bedroom home in the first phase of Earl’s Court.  This unique floor plan has over 1,200 square feet plus a gorgeous second-story balcony.  The open first floor has a family room, kitchen and dining nook plus a bedroom with access to the back patio.  The upstairs makes the most of the space with a laundry room, office nook at the top of the stairs plus a large bedroom with a walk-in closet and full bathroom.  A true highlight of the bedroom is its private access to the second-story balcony–where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee or afternoon glass of tea!  Visit the Earl’s Court website to see each of the available floor plans.


Lot 3 Elevation for Earl's Court, Mount Pleasant, SCLot 3 is one of the first four floor plans being built in Earl’s Court.  Designed by architect Phil Clarke, this plan is the largest of the four with over 1,600 square feet of interior space.   The first floor has an open design and is home to the common living spaces including the living room, dining area and kitchen.  There is also a half bath on this level.  The second floor houses the master suite–which encompasses a large bedroom, separate study, large bathroom, walk-in closet as well as private access to the balcony.  On the third and final floor, you will find the remaining two bedrooms, one full bath and a rooftop terrace.  For more information on this floor plan, click here.  Check back next week as we unveil the second to last plan!

Features List

Our builder ~ Josh with Moss Construction ~ is amping up to start building the first 4 homes.  The list of FEATURES shows the high quality being offered at Earl’s Court.  A new street in the Old Village is beginning to break ground on the main through street, which will be named Rose Wilder Lane.

“Happiness is something that comes into our lives through doors we don’t even remember leaving open” Rose Wilder Lane


Lot 2 Elevation for Earl's Court, Mount Pleasant, SCWe are proud to begin unveiling the first four floor plans for Earl’s Court!  Our design team and project architect have worked hard to customize and tweak each of these plans.  We have put an incredible amount of thought and detail into the design and are excited to share them with you!  Each week, we will feature one plan on our blog so be sure to check back often!

Lot 2 will be one of the first four homes built in Earl’s Court.  Highlighted features will include an open kitchen with a center island, a spacious living room, a defined dining room, and two upstairs bedrooms with their own en suite bathroom.  Click here to see the detailed floor plan for Lot 2!


High-End Kitchens in Earl's CourtIf you like spending time in the kitchen, you are sure to love the kitchens in the homes at Earl’s Court.  Designed with the person who likes to cook in mind, the kitchens will mix functionally designed space with high-end features such as custom wood cabinets, granite or marble counter tops, high-end stainless steel appliances and more.  Check out the Earl’s Court website for pictures of the proposed features.

DESIGN SPOTLIGHT: Exterior Features

Earl's CourtThe homes in Earl’s Court will blend many of the same award-winning design elements found in I’On with the distinctive style of the Old Village.  Expert landscaping, high-end driveway pavers, private patios and elegant entryways will distinguish these homes and are just some of the exterior design aesthetics that are being considered.  Check out our website for pictures of these features.

DESIGN SPOTLIGHT: Smaller Homes in Historic Neighborhoods

It looks like our idea for Earl’s Court is catching on!  With plans for our project continuing to move forward and progress throughout the summer months, we wanted to share this great read from Tumbleweed on why historic neighborhoods like the Old Village are often a good location for building new, smaller homes.  With utilities already in place, mature trees and sidewalks, land in historic neighborhoods is often a good fit for this type of project.  This well-written article incorporates much of the same language that we use when talking about Earl’s—sociable neighbors, nearby shops and restaurants, a walkable community, and more!  A link to the full article can be found here and be sure to check back often for more Earl’s Court updates.