New Home Community of Hawthorne Ridge in Northeast Columbia, SC
Hawthorne Ridge is a new home community in the heart of Northeast Columbia with homes from builder Great Southern Homes. The community offers one and two-story homes ranging in size from 1,853 to 3,124 square feet with 3-5 bedrooms and 2-3 baths. Pricing begins in the high $100’s and offer many standard and upgraded features in design, smart home and energy savings. Students residing in Hawthorne Ridge attend Richland District II schools of Rice Creek, Blythewood Middle and Ridge View High. There is a homeowner’s association, and annual fees of $160 cover common area maintenance.
HOMES AVAILABLE IN HAWTHORNE RIDGE
The community of Hawthorne Ridge is in a great location close to I-77 and I-20 and within a short distance of a variety of shopping, dining and recreational opportunities. Jeep Rogers YMCA is nearby and offers a complete lineup of activities for the whole family. The Village of Sandhill is also close by supplying residents with a massive shopping center that includes a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a cinema, banks, fitness centers, salons and more! For those wanting to enjoy the great outdoors, Sesquicentennial State Park boasts 1,400 acres with camp sites, nature trails, canoe and kayak rentals, fishing and a six-mile bicycle loop. The capital city of Columbia is about 20 minutes away and offers additional options in dining, shopping and recreation with a variety of museums and parks, such as Finlay Park and Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park, as well as markets and community events. The community is just 15 minutes from Fort Jackson for those who work at the base and want an off-site residential community to reside in. Fort Jackson also offers Palmetto Falls Water Park, a great place to cool off in hot South Carolina summer months for both military and non-military visitors, with a lazy river, family pool, lap, pool, water slides, kiddie pool, snack bar, and splash pad.
Hawthorne Ridge is calling you home to a new neighborhood in the exciting Northeast Columbia area.