Coachman Plantation Homes for Sale in Simpsonville, SC
Coachman Plantation Subdivision
What’s the neighborhood like?
Coachman Plantation boasts a peaceful and quiet location, removed from the hustle and bustle of the city. About 7 miles southeast of Five Forks real estate, the new community of Coachman Plantation appeals to families and retirees alike. Less than a half an hour from metropolitan amenities, the small community is right where it likes to be in its own unique and refreshing space.
Homes for sale in Coachman Plantation are generally spacious. Home sizes range from 2000 up to 4200 sq.ft. The new homes feature 1 to 2 story ranch/traditional style homes with brick, stone, hardboard siding exterior, 2 car garage, slab foundation, hardwood flooring, ample size bedrooms, and more. The new community is beautiful with its many different type of views depending on what lot you pick from. Amenities in Coachman Plantation include community pool, playground, some sidewalks, and common areas. Coachman Plantation real estate starting price is from $235,000 up to $288,000. Homes in this subdivision are built by DR Horton.
The neighborhood has easy access to Five Forks and downtown Simpsonville which offers array of shops and restaurants, residents enjoy convenience shopping, dining, and outdoor opportunities. Coachman Plantation is one of the popular communities offering new construction homes in Simpsonville.
What’s going on nearby Coachman Plantation Real Estate?
Downtown Simpsonville is about 7 miles away from Coachman Plantation subdivision. That’s few minutes drive from the city amenities and recreation. There is also plenty of shopping and dining options on Woodruff Road which is less than 7 miles away. There are plenty of activities and events happening all year-round not only in Simpsonville, but also in downtown Greenville.
What schools are assigned to Coachman Plantation?
If you buy a home for sale in Coachman Plantation Subdivision in Simpsonville SC, the local schools serving this community are Rudolph Gordon Elementary School, Bryson Middle School, and Hillcrest High School. To get more information and other subdivisions and real estate assigned to these schools, please follow the link.
Looking for a home in Coachman Plantation?
If you are interested in the current homes for sale in Coachman Plantation Subdivision in Simpsonville SC, below you will find the latest homes available in this community. Our ‘for sale’ property information is a direct feed from the GGAR MLS and is updated multiple times per day. Click on the listing to get more information or you can call us if you have any questions.
Is it Time To Sell?
If you are thinking of selling your home in Coachman Plantation. Contact us at 864-881-1352. We, at the J Michael Manley Team, can help you every step of the way. We have a team of experienced listing specialists who have helped many Simpsonville SC home sellers sell their homes for top dollar. Find out what your home in Coachman Plantation in Simpsonville, SC is worth.
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