Centerville Conservation Community is a unique development dedicated to intermingling residential home sites with the existing landscape and wildlife that depends on it. The common goal is to develop and maintain residential landscapes that reflect the character of the existing natural areas such as bottomland forest, live oak hammocks, upland pine forest, and meadows.
The home sites within Centerville Conservation Community are strategically located to protect views and pristine ecosystems of the Red Hills Region. The home sites are located along two lakes, mature longleaf pine forests, oak groves, wiregrass preserves, and horse pastures.
Through the preservation of native vegetation and the accentuation of natural areas between the residences and common grounds, community residents will inherit and retain a landscape ordinarily lost to land development practices.