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    Rabons Farm in Northeast Columbia, SC

    Rabons Farm in Northeast Columbia, SC

    Rabons Farm is located in the highly desired Northeast area of Columbia, South Carolina. Home pricing starts in the mid $100’s and features include open floor plans, high ceilings, master suites, and beautiful landscaping. Sizes of homes range from 1,040 to 2,500 square feet with three or four bedrooms and two to four bathrooms. Rabons Farm has a homeowners association with fees of just $215 per year. Students residing in Rabons Farm attend the award-winning  Richland Two schools of Windsor Elementary, Wright Middle, and Richland Northeast High.


    Rabons Farm is in a great location with convenient access to the interstate, Downtown Columbia, and Fort Jackson. Kiki’s Chicken and Waffles is a few miles drive and serves soul food and a variety of home cooked meals, including their signature dish — four crispy chicken wings on top of a warm Belgian waffle. Texas Roadhouse is just three minutes away with steaks, ribs, homemade sides, and fresh-baked rolls. Tiffany’s Sweets, Eats, & Meeting Place is another option, and just two miles away, with house-made pastries and cakes, along with a lunch menu made up of soups, salads, quiche, burgers, and sandwiches.  For those wanting more, the Village at Sandhill , a 300-acre lifestyle center with something for everyone including a variety of shopping, dining, and recreation as well as gyms, medical facilities, banks and more, is less than a ten minute drive. For those wanting to explore nature, Sesquicentennial State Park is a few miles from Rabons Farm and hosts numerous outdoor activities on its 1,400 acres of pines, camping sites, and nature trails. Nearby Downtown Columbia and Fort Jackson provide additional opportunities, and Fort Jackson’s Palmetto Falls is less than fifteen minutes away with a pool, lazy river, and water slides that are a perfect way to beat the South Carolina heat.

    Welcome home to Rabons Farm, a community close to everything at prices that can’t be beat.


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