Known as The Gatherings at Morris Square or to most just Morris Square, The neighborhood, located at Dereef Park, will be comprised of 33 high-end residences in Hampton Park built along streets that connect in a horseshoe shape. They’ll include detached homes and a few attached properties such as duplexes and triplexes constructed back from Morris Street.
There will be eight floor plans offered for the 1,207-2,029 square foot residences made up of three to four bedrooms, two full baths and a half-bath. There will be cement plank exteriors, metal roofs and two off-street parking places per household according to the builders/developers.
Homes will be priced from starting $500,000 to $800,000, according to a price sheet on the listing agent’s website.
Developers relocated the United Missionary Chapel to the front of the property to make way for homes while agreeing to renovate the wood-frame chapel as a community building. The investors also plan to reshape the remaining open land at Dereef Park, about 1.75 acres, into a community play park. Then they will deed the park and renovated former chapel to the city of Charleston.