New Construction Real Estate
If new construction is more your style, you will find plenty of new construction options in Richland, Lexington, and Kershaw counties. Prices range widely depending on the location and size of home you prefer. Occasionally, some downtown neighborhoods will have new or newer “in-fill” homes such as the homes in Laurel Hill, Canal Place, Earlewood, and the townhomes in the Bull Street District.
Home to hundreds of families who desire newer constructions in a close-in location, Kings Grant offers an active lifestyle for many who enjoy the clubhouse, pool, and tennis court amenities. A gated community, King’s Grant offers excellent schools and is situated just ten minutes from downtown and is convenient to shopping. Home prices range from the high $400,000s upwards to a $1 million.
Located just minutes from downtown Columbia of the restaurants and shops of Trenholm Plaza, Gregg Park is a gated community with a unique wooded entrance that transitions its residents from a hectic world to a peaceful sense of coming home. As the road curves, you come upon the club house, pool, tennis courts and children’s playground. Just beyond these amenities are the homes with their beautifully manicured lawns. Friendly neighbors are frequently out walking, enjoying the wooded trail, the water features, and the pleasant surroundings. Although Gregg Park is surrounded by homes zoned for Richland One schools, it is zoned for Richland Two, mostly located northeast of the City.
The Preserve, a small private newer home gated community, is conveniently located in-town just minutes from some of the best shopping and dining amenities Columbia has to offer. The Preserve is a close-knit community with a clubhouse and small pool, and neighbors are often found gathered for visits.
Just minutes from downtown and new shopping developments like Crosshill Market, featuring Whole Foods, the Hamptons is a large tiered community that features a half dozen neighborhoods. These range from entry level to executive style homes. Older nearby neighborhoods include Olde Woodlands. Convenient to shopping and restaurants, the Hamptons offer a bit of a suburban feel but is close to USC and downtown.