The First of its kind

The River Bluffs community brings the promise of not just better, but a more efficient building practices, and a promise that the developers of River Bluffs have implemented environmental sustainability and low impact processes at every turn. Processes you may not see but that provide a significant benefit to the environment and to residents.

All community amenities are built with energy-saving technology, and the development team members are experts in the latest energy-efficient building practices and opportunities. River Bluffs is the first community of its kind to incorporate a Community Farm to support the community’s own Porches Cafe, as well as provide farming facilities for residents and students.

THE FIVE PRINCIPLES OF THE RIVER BLUFFS COMMUNITY
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Minimal paved roads and Driveways
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Preserved Trees & Natural Green Spaces
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Energy Efficient Homes & Amenity Buildings
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Construction Debris Recycling Program
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Zero Retention Ponds & Clean Drainage

In developing River Bluffs, our development team has shown a tremendous respect for – and dedication to – our area and our natural environment.

They have invested significant resources into the infrastructure of our community to ensure that both the future residents of River Bluffs and those living outside our gates in the surrounding communities enjoy our easy coastal lifestyle for generations to come.

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Low Country. Low Impact.

The Homes of River Bluffs are an eclectic blend ranging from Neo-Traditional to Floridian, to Single-Family and Attached Homes.

The vision for our neighborhood is to incorporate the naturally occurring landscape and architecture that blends and creates transitions between styles and eras for a unique feel. Our community features classic southern architecture reminiscent of homes found along southern riverbanks. Homes boast inviting front porches big enough for get-togethers with neighbors that possess traditional architectural elements.