About Townhomes at Chukker Creek
Welcome to the Townhomes at Chukker Creek!
Great Southern Homes is pleased to announce a new townhome community of exciting attached ranch plans in the community of Chukker Creek. The single-story, attached product community offers a great location in the heart of the south Aiken / Whiskey Road area. Chukker Creek is located in an area with great schools, convenient shopping, parks and golf courses.
The Townhomes at Chukker Creek are priced for those who want the quality and energy-efficiency of new construction, but want a great townhome for a great price. The townhomes start at $139,900 and offer three bedrooms and two baths, walk-in closets, dine-in kitchen, spacious family room, front porch and concrete patio in the rear. Chukker Creek’s kitchens and bathrooms are especially luxurious with modern appliances and granite countertops throughout! Front yard lawn maintenance is included in your HOA assessment.
There are several plans from which to choose: The Regal C is an end unit and offers a one-car garage and sized a spacious 1,300 square feet. The Regal D is a middle unit without a garage and is 1,088 square feet. Now’s your chance to own your own upscale single-family attached residence in a great location at the Townhomes at Chukker Creek!
Directions to Chukker Creek:
I-20 West, take Exit 18 (SC-19). At end of exit ramp, turn left and follow signs to Aiken. Left onto Rutland Dr., continue onto SC-118 (Rudy Mason Pkwy). Continue onto SC-302 (E Pine Log Rd). Left onto State Hwy 1163. Continue onto State Hwy 440. Left onto SC-19. The Townhomes at Chukker Creek is on the right.
Available Floorplans in Townhomes at Chukker Creek
The Regal C (End Unit)
Three Bedroom, Two and a Half Baths, Garage
1,300 Square Feet
One-story, single-family attached residence featuring large family room,…
About The Area
About Vancouver Station at Trolley Run
Founded in 1835, the city of Aiken was named after William Aiken, the president of the South Carolina Railroad. The City of Aiken is located near the mid-point of South Carolina's long border with Georgia, about 15 miles east of Augusta. US 1 and US 78 pass through the heart of the city, and Interstate 20 skirts its northern border.
Among the many things that have helped to shape Aiken, three of the main events are the railroad, the Winter Colony influence and the largest industrial impact for the area, the Savannah River Site.
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