Celadon community under new ownership

Celadon, a residential community off Sam’s Point Road on Lady’s Island, has come under new ownership.  The new owner, BBC Celadon, has appointed Blue Sky, a firm that specializes in real estate development, marketing, and sales to oversee the new launch of the property as well as the Celadon Club and its
Wellness Center.

J.C. Taylor, president of Blue Sky, is most excited about “the opportunity to create an upscale community where residents experience the best of the Lowcountry while enjoying access to unmatched health andBusiness-Celadon  311.tiff_full wellness offerings.”  Blue Sky’s vision for Celadon aligns with the concept of a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND), emphasizing human-scale interaction, plentiful shared greenspaces, and a healthy lifestyle.

Blue Sky is nearing completion on deferred maintenance and improvement to the existing buildings and landscaping.  Celadon Club will reopen its Wellness Center this Spring, with a limited number of memberships available to the public. Club offerings include a junior Olympic pool, a full range of fitness equipment and classes, a luxury spa, and comprehensive wellness programs.

Homesites start in the $70’s and home+lot packages with newly constructed homes start in the mid-$300’s. Some of Beaufort’s top builders have joined Celadon’s Preferred Builders Program to offer homes in the classic and gracious Lowcountry style. The real estate sales office is staffed and already seeing significant walk-in traffic, even though marketing efforts are just getting underway.

Cherimie Weatherford, Celadon’s dedicated real estate sales executive, reports, “In the past few weeks, I have spoken with local business owners, friends, and family regarding my involvement with Celadon. The excitement over a Lady’s Island community that emphasizes a true “culture of wellness” is palpable. The timing, the location, and the vision have everyone abuzz.”

Blue Sky is committed to being environmentally conscious throughout the development process. Alleys made of pervious materials and recycled rainwater are two examples of their commitment to keep Celadon “green”. Future plans for the community include additional open space dedicated to parks, gardens, walking trails, and other natural amenities.

For more information and continued updates, visit CeladonLiving.com.

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