Welcome to the heart of the Palmetto State!
Columbia, the capital city of South Carolina, is located in the heart of the midlands along the banks of the Congaree, Saluda, and Broad Rivers, with rolling hills and a rich history of textile manufacturing and new industries including healthcare and technology. Home to the state's largest university, The University of South Carolina, and the state's largest zoo, the area is experiencing tremendous growth, including in neighboring cities such as Lexington, Blythewood, Chapin, and Irmo. Lake Murray, just west of Columbia, offers a get-away with fun in the sun, without having to get away!
Columbia, SC Highlights
As South Carolina's top attraction, the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden offers over 2,000 animals and over 4,300 species of native and exotic plants for tourists and residents alike!
The Columbia Fireflies are a minor league baseball team, based in Columbia, SC and is a Class A New York Mets affiliate. Fans of all ages enjoy popcorn, peanuts, and more every summer at the ball park!
Lake Murray, a 78-square mile lake in central South Carolina which borders Lexington, Chapin, and Irmo, and 23 other towns and municipalities, offers over 640 miles of shoreline and year round water fun on the lake. It's no wonder it earned the nickname "The Jewel of South Carolina."
Situated northeast of Blythewood, Lake Wateree is one of South Carolina's oldest man-made lakes. Lake Wateree offers abundant fishing, including largemouth and striped bass, channel catfish, and white perch, plus swimming, boating, and more!
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My experience with Eastwood on the whole was positive. Construction is of good quality and any issues that were encountered were addressed quickly. My sales agent and project manager were awesome.