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Columbia offers all the amenities of city life, but with a lower cost of living than many urban areas.
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About Columbia

Living in Columbia, South Carolina is to experience a city convenient to mountains and beaches, where weather is always a pleasure and something is always in bloom. This is a city and a region that's just now being discovered for its attractive, active lifestyle, affordable cost of living and its pleasant and welcoming spirit that beckons the new home buyers. Explore the different areas and new homes for sale in Columbia to decide where home is for you.

Why Choose Columbia ?

Top 10 Places to live in 2013
Columbia, the capital of SC, was ranked #5 on Kiplingers top 10 best mid-size cities to live!
Ft Jackson, University of South Carolina and more!
Ft Jackson is home to the largest training base in the country and Columbia boasts 6 colleges.
Enjoy our zoo, parks and recreation areas
Riverbanks Zoo, Congaree National Park, EdVenture Children's Museum, Columbia Musem of Art

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Homes for Sale in Lexington / West Columbia, SC

Lexington / West Columbia

Lexington / West Columbia

The Town of Lexington has continued to be the political center of Lexington County, one of the fastest growing areas of the nation. With new major highways passing nearby, the town continues to
New Homes for Sale in Northeast Columbia / Blythewood, SC

NE Columbia / Blythewood

NE Columbia / Blythewood

Situated northeast of downtown Columbia, this part of town is one of the fastest growing areas.  Route 277, an expressway with limited access, connects Northeast Columbia & Blythewood with
New Homes for sale in Irmo

Irmo / Ballentine / Chapin

Irmo / Ballentine / Chapin

The northwest area of Greater Columbia is one of the fastest growing residential areas of the city. It includes the towns of Irmo, Ballentine and Chapin.  This area is convenient to downtown via I-26
New Homes in Chapin, SC

Chapin

Chapin

Located northwest of the City of Columbia, Chapin has grown into an attractive small town with a main street, preferred quality schools, and a location close to the 50,000-acre, deep-water Lake

Places in Columbia

The Vista

With over 45 restaurants and bars, 60 artists’ galleries and specialty shops, and a diverse mix of businesses and services, the Congaree Vista offers an array of choices all in one convenient location. Plus, the area’s proximity to the Congaree River, downtown business district, and the University of South Carolina make it the ideal place to visit, live, work and play.

Riverbanks Zoo & Garden

The Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is a 170-acre zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden located along the Saluda River in Columbia, South Carolina. The zoo is home to over 2,000 animals, with collections of mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish. In 2002, additions included exhibits for African elephants, gorillas, and koalas.

EdVenture Children's Museum

EdVenture is the largest children's museum in the Southeast United States, located in downtown Columbia, South Carolina. Open since 2003, it has 8 galleries, hands-on exhibits, 2 resource centers, and a 200-seat theater.

Hatcher Garden-Woodland Preserve

Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve is a 10-acre (40,000 m2) public garden located at 820 John B. White Sr. Blvd. in  Spartanburg, South Carolina.Admission is free and the garden is open to the public during daylight hours.

Clyne Gardens

Swansea boasts many magnificent parks, but its Clyne Gardens are famed for colorful displays of rhododendrons and azaleas. This superb botanical garden - once part of the old Swansea Castle - consists of 47 acres of parkland and gardens. The grounds feature more than 2,000 species of plants (including over 800 varieties of the aforementioned rhododendrons).

Dylan Thomas Birth Place

This restored home of famed Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas allows tourists to step back in time. Guests can enjoy an Edwardian afternoon tea party, lunch, or dinner in Thomas's old abode. They can eat in Thomas's parlor and snoop through his study while soaking up stories of the poet's life on a guided tour. If walking through the house isn't enough, guests may choose to spend the night.

The Vista
Riverbanks Zoo & Garden
EdVenture Children's Museum
Hatcher Garden-Woodland Preserve
Clyne Gardens
Dylan Thomas Birth Place
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