Living in the Midlands of South Carolina is to experience an area convenient to the mountains and our lovely beaches, where weather is always a pleasure and something is always in bloom. This is a region that is being continually discovered for its active lifestyle, affordable cost of living and pleasant and welcoming spirit.

The Midlands stretches from the historic town of Camden on the east and close to Aiken on the west. Likewise, the Midlands stretches from the picturesque historic towns of Newberry on the north to Sumter on its southern-edge. These towns are great South Carolina small towns with bustling lifestyle, great jobs and great places to raise families or retire and enjoy those golden years. All in all, the Midlands covers 11 counties within the great state of South Carolina.

Columbia, the capital, is the primary city of the Midlands and the largest city in the state. Columbia is home to SC’s state government, the University of South Carolina, the state's flagship and largest university, and Fort Jackson, the largest United States Army installation for Basic Combat Training. Explore the many different areas of the Midlands to find the home right for you.

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Location
Depending on where you choose to live, 1 to 2 hours to the mountains and 1 to 2 hours to the beach… tops!
Small Town, “All American” Lifestyle
over 700,000 people across 11 counties call the Midlands home but many are able to live in small towns with relatively short work commutes and a low cost of living. These small towns offer great schools, families close-by and the opportunities for making great new friends that will last a lifetime.
Outdoor Sports
From kayaking on the many rivers to sailing on the beautiful lakes to cheering on the Fighting Gamecocks on any weekend, the Midlands offers simply the best in outdoor recreational activities.