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  • Columbia

    Columbia

    The Columbia Metropolitan area is home to nearly 800,000 people and spread over its approximately 132 square miles. While Columbia is the capital of South Carolina and serves as a…

  • Downtown / Near USC – Over $250K

    Downtown / Near USC – Over $250K

    University Hill University Hill is one of Columbia’s oldest residential neighborhoods and was designated in 1964 as an Architectural Conservation District (ACD) by the City of Columbia. Its wide tree-lined streets, generous…

  • Forest Acres / Arcadia Lakes

    Forest Acres / Arcadia Lakes

    Forest Acres is just minutes from downtown but with a small-town feel.  Conveniently located near Fort Jackson and the two major interstates, as well as near shopping and dining amenities,…

  • Luxury Homes

    Luxury Homes

    Columbia offers luxury homes in diverse locations including our tree-lined downtown avenues as well as new construction master pieces in suburban areas like Woodcreek Farms, which offers a Tom Fazio…

  • Northeast – Over $300K

    Northeast – Over $300K

    Northeast Columbia continues to grow as one of Columbia’s largest suburban areas. Situated northeast of downtown Columbia, this area encompasses areas in both Richland and Kershaw counties and offers both…

  • Northeast – Under $300K

    Northeast – Under $300K

    Northeast Columbia offers dozen upon dozen of neighborhoods with homes well under $300,000.  This area of Columbia now stretches well into Kershaw county and offers quick access to Interstate 77…

  • Irmo / Lexington – Under $300K

    Irmo / Lexington – Under $300K

    West of Columbia, the suburban areas of Irmo and Lexington offer many neighborhoods ranging widely in price. The I-26 interstate provides direct access to and from this densely populated area…

  • Irmo / Lexington – Over $300K

    Irmo / Lexington – Over $300K

    Irmo and Lexington offer plenty of options for homeowners looking above $300,000, including the Ascot development, a tiered newer home community with homes ranging from the 400s up through the…

  • Lake Murray

    Lake Murray

    Don’t miss the far-reaching and beautiful shorelines of Lake Murray where many Columbians enjoy recreational water sports and some enjoy year-round lake-side living. Lake Murray is approximately 41 miles long and over…

  • Waterfront Properties

    Waterfront Properties

    Lake Murray is not the only option for waterfront living that Columbia offers. Neighborhood lakes dot the Columbia Metropolitan area and occasionally, even a great river front property comes available.

  • New Construction

    New Construction

    If new construction is more your style, you will find both new construction subdivisions as well as in-fill homes newly built in established neighborhoods.  Prices range widely depending on the…