Starting Price
2,101 - 3,124 SQFT
4 - 5 BEDS
2 - 4 BATHS
Starting Price
4 - 5 BEDS
2 - 4 BATHS

About Woodridge

Welcome to Woodridge!

If you’re looking for a neighborhood with a great location and exceptional floorplans, you’ve found it at Woodridge! With excellent schools, a wide variety of affordable home designs, and an attractive location, Woodridge is simply a great neighborhood for creating precious memories. 

New homes at Woodridge range from 2,101 to more than 3,200 square feet with open floor plans designed for any family with prices starting in the $300’s. The Woodridge Collection offer spacious kitchens for gatherings, formal rooms, bonus room options, up to six bedrooms – some with a downstairs owner suite – and two car garages. Plus, Woodridge is served by Sumter’s desired Alice Drive schools including Millwood Elementary, Alice Drive Middle School and Sumter High School. 

Directions: From Broad St. (Highway 378) heading east, right onto Loring Mill Road (SC-204), cross Patriots Parkway, right onto Keels Rd, Woodridge is on your left at 159 Keels Road. 



School District : Sumter County

Sumter High School

Millwood Elementary

Alice Drive Middle School

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About The Area


Sumter County is located in the heart of South Carolina, with the City of Sumter just 44 miles east of the state capital, Columbia. Sumter is encircled by a modern highway system, including interstates 95, 20, 77 and 26. Sumter enjoys easy access to these interstates via four-lane U.S. Highways. Once a sleepy agricultural town, Sumter has become a burgeoning industrial center. With five industrial parks housing about 65 manufacturing facilities and employing about 8,200, the county is a perfect place for both manufacturing and retail expansion, and these keep new homes in Sumter in demand. Shaw Air Force Base is also located here, home to the 20th Fighter Wing, Headquarters Ninth Air Force/United States Central Command Air Forces, and several associate units.


Whether walking the tree-lined streets of downtown Sumter or its various parks, Sumter offers the shade and tranquility perfect for a Sunday stroll. While still industrialized, Sumter has a soft side for the finer things in life. The arts are a rich part of Sumter’s identity, with the annual Arts Festival showcasing works from local artists. Sumter’s Opera House is probably one of our best-known landmarks. With its towering 100-foot clock tower, the Opera House is a legend in its own right. Sumterites know how to let their hair down too. At the [email protected] performances, attendees can hear nationally known bands from the area, such as The Tams or The Headliners, enjoy taste-testing local vendors and do the official state dance, the shag, all night long. Living in your new home in Sumter allows you to enjoy all that this beautiful place has to offer. Sumter also has numerous annual festivals and special events, beginning with the world-renowned Iris Festival each May. In addition to the Iris Festival, Sumter residents enjoy many other cultural events including Sumter-Shaw Streetfest, Scottish Country Fair, The Poinsettia Festival and Fantasy of Lights, Black Cowboy Festival, the Mary McLeod Bethune Birthday Celebration, the Rub O' the Green Golf Tournament, Sumter County Fair and much more. Affordable new homes for sale in Sumter makes this a great place to relocate or retire.

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