Lake Living in Paradise Cove – Chapin, SC
Paradise Cove is a quiet, gated community in Chapin featuring new homes on Lake Murray. The builder is Mungo Homes. Homes are one or two-story Craftsman-style homes with prices starting in the low $200s. Square footages range from 1,342 to more than 2,600 square feet and feature open floor plans, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Additional upgrades and options are offered to personalize your home. Homes in Paradise Cove include access to a community boat ramp and dock, and a FREE deeded boat slip for all homeowners.
Paradise Cove has great amenities that include a clubhouse complex with a pool, meeting rooms, and a rooftop party deck. The community marina and boat slip provide instant access to South Carolina’s crown jewel, Lake Murray, and 50,000 acres of water fun with fishing, skiing, boating and more! Beautifully landscaped paver paths are located throughout the community giving residents opportunity for leisurely walks while taking in the views of the lake. For those wanting to venture away from home, the Frayed Knot offers great burgers and beverages and is less than five minutes away. Students living in Paradise Cove attend the Chapin schools in the school district of Lexington-Richland 5.
Chapin is a small lake town located on the northern tip of Lexington County. It is approximately twenty miles to both the city of Columbia and the larger town of Lexington, offering easy commutes and excellent dining, shopping, and recreational opportunities. Dreher Island State Park is located in Chapin, which gives residents additional outdoor recreation such as hiking and camping. Chapin residents take pride in their community and hold an annual Labor Day Festival that features a parade, live music, an antique car show, exhibits, and plenty of family fun! Lake Murray is one of Chapin’s grandest assets and attracts people from all over the country.
Live the lake life without ever leaving your community in Paradise Cove, where residents “Come for a Visit and Stay for a Lifetime.”