New mobile home park in SC


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The Carolina Pines RV Resort had its grand opening in October 2019 at 5800 90 Hwy Conway.

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The developer behind one of South Carolina’s most famous Mobile Home Parks is expanding its Holly County footprint with a second site along U.S. Route 501.

Sun Communities, which manages the Carolina Pines RV Resort, want to build 348 more units near Aynor.

Sun’s “biggest scope of business is manufactured homes and they’re doing a really good job at that,” DDC Engineers principal Mike Wooten told the Horry County Planning Commission on Jan. 5. Told. The same design standards as a detached house can be applied, making it an extremely superior property. ”

The Commission unanimously recommended to the County Council to rezoning nearly 9 1/2 acres adjacent to US 501 from freeway commercial roads to mobile home parks.

A separate vote is required to approve the residential building and design plans.

Gerald Blackmon, a homeowner on Dog Bluff Road near the park’s proposed site, was concerned about what the additional building would mean for the reservoir along his property.

“Where does the runoff go when they build so many houses there? In my pond. I don’t have it,” he said. “Once they flattened all that land and put all the mobile homes on it, the water would end up somewhere and I would get thousands of dollars to maintain that pond. That’s why I bought the

Wooten said the project will meet the county’s stormwater and drainage regulations.

Carolina Pines opened at 5800 SC Hwy 90 in July 2019 at 450 sites, with a total of 841 lots planned when fully built.

Since 2010, Sun Communities has acquired assets worth $11.7 billion, according to the company’s latest financial disclosure.

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