Welcome to Seaglass Village! Bridgewater’s most popular collection of homes sits right in the sweet spot of residential relaxation and thoughtful contemplation! First-floor owner's suites and a host of soothing and comforting design features highlight this collection’s plans. You’ll find flowing living spaces, open and airy gourmet kitchens, and delightful outdoor living, all complemented with exceptional and finely crafted interiors and exteriors. Seaglass Village will tempt you with a generous variety of models – the most challenging part will be choosing which one to call home!
Nestled within 530-acres of lakes and natural open land of Little River, SC is the master-planned community of Bridgewater. Discover Chesapeake Homes’ single-family homes in South Carolina surrounded by over 100-acres of lakes, offering water views to over half of the homeowners. The Cottages of Bridgewater will offer spacious, first-floor living, two-car garages, and a variety of second-floor options. Choose from several models all with luxury upgrades and unique features throughout!
This is the perfect location for a combination of relaxation and excitement! Located off Hwy. 9 in Little River and just minutes from the coveted Myrtle Beach area, Bridgewater will offer amenities unlike any other! Dive into one of the resort-style pools on hot summer days, exercise among miles of fitness trails or in the community fitness center, or take the evening to relax with an expansive clubhouse and multiple fire pits. Bridgewater is an active-oriented community and a peaceful, waterside destination rolled into one beautiful place to call home.
Chesapeake Homes will bring its superb builder-quality to the area of Little River with new homes in South Carolina. Expect spacious, open floor plans with prominent architectural features highlighting both the home and the area surrounding. At Bridgewater, it’s time to crossover to the good life!
Several months ago we started to see information appearing on Bridgewater. We decided to go to Carolina Forest and talk with one of the real estate agents and to see what type of construction was used in the Chesapeake homes. As more plans developed...