Cherokee Trail is a desirable new home community in the heart of downtown Lexington, SC! The builder for this community is Stanley Martin Homes, who will offer two neighborhoods in one. The Village at Cherokee Trail will offer main-level living homes with low maintenance sites, and Cherokee Trail will feature single-family homes, both in one and two-story. All homes feature spacious kitchens, energy efficiency, exterior color selections and interior designer features. Homes range in size from 2 to 5 bedrooms with 1,857 to 4,480 square feet. Pricing starts in the mid $200’s. Students living in Cherokee Trail will attend the Lexington One schools of Lexington Elementary, Lexington Middle, and River Bluff High.
Cherokee Trail is in a fantastic location, conveniently located to Highway 378, I-20 and Lake Murray. The community is also less than three miles to downtown Lexington and all that it has to offer in restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Take in a concert or visit the Farmer’s Market at Icehouse Amphitheater, grab a cup of coffee at The Haven Coffee House or a biscuit breakfast at Bubba’s Biscuit. There’s also a number of pubs, pizza, fine dining, salons and shops all minutes away. There’s something for everyone just minutes away!
Lexington, SC is one of the fastest growing areas in the state and leading the way in education, medical facilities and recreation. Lake Murray is known as one of the best bass fishing lakes in the southeast and holds many annual professional and amateur fishing tournaments. In addition to fishing, the lake provides near year-round water recreation with swimming, boating, kayaking, canoeing and skiing. Along the shores, there are also a number of areas for hiking, camping, biking and picnic areas. Other activities around the area include the Tour of Homes, Dining on the Dam, boat parade, Independence Day Fireworks, the Lake Murray Polar Plunge and more!
If you are looking for a new home community where you can conveniently enjoy all that Lexington has to offer, look no further than Cherokee Trail.