Historic Earlewood in Downtown Columbia, SC
The Historic Earlewood neighborhood is an established residential community in downtown Columbia. Although most of the homes in Earlewood were originally built as “bungalows,” many were upgraded in the early 21st century to accommodate the housing trends for larger homes. Today, homes in the community have 2-4 bedrooms and 1-3 bathrooms and have a wide variety of square footages that range from 1,000 to over 2,600 square feet. Pricing for these historic homes has a wide array from $95,000 to upwards of $325,000. The community borders the Broad River on the western side, Main Street on the eastern side, and is home to one of the largest parks in Columbia, Earlewood Park , which boasts walking trails, playgrounds, tennis courts and ball fields. Students residing in Earlewood attend Logan Elementary, St Andrews Middle and Columbia High in the Richland One school district.
Earlewood is located in the capital city of Columbia, South Carolina and is considered part of the “Midlands of South Carolina”. Because of the central location, residents of Earlewood will find it easy to take day trips to anywhere in the state, and be at most destinations within three hours or less. The capital city is home to the South Carolina State House and a number of museums including the Columbia Museum of Art, the South Carolina State Museum, and EdVenture Children’s Museum. Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is another recreational venue for residents with a 170-acre zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden. From college sporting events and a professional baseball league, to skating rinks and rivers to kayak, to shopping, dining and culture there is never a shortage of options in places to visit, restaurants to choose from, or shopping venues to explore in the state’s capital city of Columbia.
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