Cypress Glen is a new home community located off of Old Lexington Highway in Chapin, South Carolina. Homes feature 3-5 bedrooms and 2-3 baths in one and two-story plans. Home pricing starts at $221,400 with spacious yards, rolling natural topography and close proximity to Lake Murray. Students residing in Cypress Glen attend Lake Murray Elementary, Chapin Middle and Chapin High in Lexington-Richland School District 5.
Residents of Chapin benefit from a number of ways to enjoy the outdoors and temperate climate of South Carolina. Crooked Creek Park offers a recreational complex with athletic fields, tennis courts, walking trails, picnic facilities, playgrounds, community center and 27-hole Disc Golf Course. Lake Murray, a 50,000 acre man-made lake, attracts thousands of people each year for its water activities that include boating, fishing, swimming, skiing and more. The lake hosts nationally sponsored fishing tournaments best known for striped bass, largemouth bass, bream and crappie. Dreher Island State Park, in the neighboring town of Prosperity, presents access to 12 miles of Lake Murray shoreline with nature trails, water recreation and fishing. For those wanting to take in lunch with a view, the Rusty Anchor and Catfish Johnny’s provide a relaxed venue with seafood, burgers, steak and more.
Located northwest of the City of Columbia, Chapin attracts residents desiring a quiet place to live with close proximity to the hustle and bustle that the city brings. The small lake town is located approximately twenty miles from both the city of Columbia and the larger town of Lexington, offering easy commutes and excellent shopping, dining and recreational opportunities. Chapin also boasts several locally-owned restaurants and popular franchises, as well as unique shops and galleries. Chapin residents take pride in their community and hold annual events including the Chapin Labor Day Festival & Parade, Fall Art Festival, and the seasonal Downtown Farmer’s Market.
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