York County’s planning commission gave preliminary plat approval Oct. 13 for the first phase of Skimmers Calm. That phase will include 98 single-family homes on 85 acres. It’s part of a 396-acre property rezoned earlier this year for homes.
In the spring, Crescent announced the 396 acres would have up to 650 single-family and 300 multi-family units. Plans include a 100-foot buffer along Lake Wylie, twice the county requirement. Crescent had similar scale plans for a smaller property nearby, which also saw planning commission action Oct. 13.
The larger property stretches from S.C. 274 just north of Five Points on the east to Bethel School Road on the west. It also includes the only access to 50 acres owned by the county, planned for a future park.
Summerhouse at Skimmers Calm is another single-family residential community, on S.C. 55. Crescent wants to put 158 lots on almost 90 acres. The planning commission unanimously recommended preliminary plat approval.
The planning commission didn’t have significant issues with either plat approval. Both properties downgraded their allowed density through rezonings earlier this year. The more than 1,000 total units is about a third of what the company could put on the properties before rezoning. The biggest planning commission concern was to question when nearby Tullamore would replace sidewalks taken out for landscaping and never replaced.
We still have buyers looking for Lake Wylie waterfront property that have a great view, deep water, and a flat lot.
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