Vancouver Station at Trolley Run
Starting Price
$170,000
1575 - 3040 SQFT
3 - 5 BEDS
2 - 3 BATHS
1 - 2 GARAGE
1 - 2 STORY
Vancouver Station at Trolley Run
Starting Price
$170,000
3 - 5 BEDS
2 - 3 BATHS
1 - 2 GARAGE
1 - 2 STORY

About Vancouver Station at Trolley Run

Nestled in beautiful Aiken County, South Carolina, is a very special planned community, Trolley Run Station.  Located on 2,400 acres of the rolling sandhills of west-central South Carolina, the property features dramatic elevation changes, stately stands of trees, and a 174-acre preserved wetland park. Surrounded by acres of protected natural areas, Trolley Run Station offers a refuge from the day-to-day world. Walk the trails and wide open boulevards and sit by one of the many ponds to embrace Trolley Run. Near the community are exceptional health care (Aiken Regional Hospital) and education (University of South Carolina at Aiken). 

  • Less than one mile from Aiken County’s New Family Wellness Center and Water Park
  • Less than one mile from shopping at some of the nation’s largest retailers
  • Less than 5 miles from Downtown Aiken’s historic shopping district
  • Easy commutes to the Aiken and Augusta’s largest employers

Directions

From I-20 Take Exit 18. Turn Left on SC-19 towards Aiken. Turn right onto University Parkway. Look for Trolley Run Entrance sign turn into Trolley Run Station  Blvd. Turn Right at the first traffic circle onto Market Station Blvd. and then take the 2nd right into Frisco Station.

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Vancouver Station at Trolley Run neighborhood offers easy access to local employers, shopping, as well as numerous activities and restaurants.

About The Area

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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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