Lowcountry Architecture

What makes a Lowcountry home? 

Is it a welcoming porch? Is it a distinctive metal roof? Is it a connection to the  outdoors?

A proper Lowcountry home is usually easy to spot by its understated elegance and sense of welcome, but there is so much more. Ample windows, spacious porches, large overhangs and tall ceilings help build the Lowcountry feeling into a home. Fine details like functional shutters and board & batten siding further enhance the facade of the quintessential Lowcountry home. Metal roofing and native landscaping complete the look. A Lowcountry home is one with its surroundings. It is deeply rooted in tradition and at the same time finds elegant ways to embrace modernity.

The Celadon architectural style is inspired first and foremost by the gracious Lowcountry aesthetic, which includes homes you've admired in Coastal Living, Garden and GunSouthern Living and other publications that celebrate the best of the South and Southern real estate. These single-family homes are built using classical proportions, which encourage gentle breezes to flow through, and feature iconic porches, perfect for enjoying the Lowcountry climate.

Eric Moser, of internationally renown neighborhood and residential design firm, the Moser Group, created Celadon's architecture design code, and is responsible for the final look of the residences and streetscapes.

Our community has been professionally planned for both beauty and ease of use, and you have access to the best builders in the area via our Preferred Builders Program. Choose from an existing DRB-approved plan or design your own personalized custom home.