Columbia, South Carolina is full of opportunity. Whether you are looking for downtown condos or full family homes in the suburbs, with the help of a quality agent, you can find the perfect home in this flourishing "All American Community". Equidistant to the both the coast and the mountains, Columbia offers a variety of lifestyles from which to choose. As you begin your search for a home here, one of the most important factors to consider is location. Three of the most popular areas to live are In-town, Northeast Columbia, and Lake Murray.
With delicious restaurants, quaint shops, and great nightlife, downtown Columbia serves as the state's Capital and is also home to the Fighting Gamecocks of the University of South Carolina. From luxury condos to historic southern homes, here you will find plenty of places to call home including two of my personal favorite in-town neighborhoods- Heathwood and Lake Katherine (a small private in-town lake).
The northeast area of Columbia is a 10 minute interstate trip to the city center. A virtual golf course wonderland, the northeast possesses the highest density of luxury homes found anywhere in the area. The northeast also provides an easy commute to Charlotte, NC via Interstate 77.
"The Jewel of the Midlands", Lake Murray offers some of the most exciting properties anywhere in the Southeastern United States. In case you've found this page through a direct link, visit lake-murray-homes.com for waterfront homes and waterfront land, lots, and acreage. Choose Lake Murray for a primary residence or a great second home.
In-town, Northeast, and Lake Murray represent only a few of the great places to live here. Great homes can also be found in Southeast Columbia, Irmo, Lexington, and others. It all just depends on what you're looking for, and I can help.
The Columbia area is thriving and has an increasing population base. See for yourself some of the reason's why Columbia is so attractive to so many by using the links below:
You can learn more about all of Columbias attractions, events, and history by visiting the Columbia Metropolitan Convention and Visitor's Bureau at http://columbiacvb.com.