We would also like to give thanks to all of the realtors, contractors, builders, business owners and staff at Foxbank Plantation who continuously go above and beyond to make this community both functional and beautiful.
With a new season on the way to Moncks Corner, it is the perfect time to freshen up your Foxbank Plantation home’s look. Consider using the common colors of winter as your inspiration for a fresh, yet festive look.
Below you will find a few simple things you can do ahead of time to help make your home guest-friendly and ready to handle the holiday madness that often ensues.
Can you believe it is already November? Now that October has come and gone, it is time for us to start gearing up for the holiday season. And there’s no better way to do that than by enjoying some festive events throughout this coming month. Take a look at our top three picks that are… Read More
You may have noticed your newsfeed start to fill up with pictures of your friends enjoying the traditional apple-picking adventures in Lowcountry South Carolina.
Halloween is right around the corner from Foxbank Plantation in Moncks Corner! Which means, if you have not already started decorating your house with the spooky spirit, now is the time to do it.
Aspire Salon and Spa was a dream that has been a long-time coming. Ever since co-owner and stylist Amanda Alexander realized her passion for hair more than 15 years ago, she knew that she wanted to own her own salon one day. “I wanted to own my own place, but I wasn’t about to just… Read More
Within the past year alone, we have welcomed local businesses such as Essentials Café and Subtomic to our commercial spaces — and there are more on the way.
There are plenty of exciting changes happening in and around Foxbank Plantation nowadays. Within the past year alone, we have welcomed local businesses such as Essentials Café and Subatomic to our commercial spaces.
After joining the Crescent Homes team in 2010, Melissa Strickland sold homes in every part of the Lowcountry South Carolina, from Summerville to Mount Pleasant and James Island.