The Village at Hilton in Chapin, SC
The Village at Hilton is a peaceful neighborhood in the heart of Chapin with approximately 200 homes. Homes range in price from $205,000 to $300,000 and consist of a variety of construction styles. Homes have three to five bedrooms and range in size from 2,040 to 3,540 square feet. Students living in The Village at Hilton attend the Lexington/Richland Five schools of Lake Murray Elementary, Chapin Middle, and Chapin High School. There is a homeowners association, and fees include common area maintenance and use of the community pool and clubhouse. The Village at Hilton offers a combination of appealing features including natural trees, beautiful rolling terrain, a private pond, and all brick homes that make it a perfect spot to call home for families, young couples and empty nesters.
Located of off Wessinger Road in Chapin, The Village at Hilton is just minutes away from local venues including Lake Murray Golf Center, Crooked Creek Park, and Lake Murray Sailing Club. The Village at Hilton is also close to Lake Murray and conveniently located to US-76 and I-26, giving residents convenient access to the Greater Columbia area and all that city living brings.
Chapin is a small, affluent, lake town located at the northern tip of Lexington County, to the west of Lexington and southwest of Columbia. Chapin continues to grow but maintains its small town appeal. Located on the northern shores of Lake Murray, residents have vast opportunities for water activities including swimming, boating, sailing, fishing, water skiing and more! Dreher Island State Park gives residents opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors with camping and hiking. The Town of Chapin is also home to several parks, the largest being Crooked Creek Park, a 57 acre recreational complex with a community center and variety of indoor and outdoor activities. For those seeking more excitement, Irmo and the Harbison Boulevard area is just fifteen minutes away with a large assortment of shopping, dining and recreational activities to choose from. The state capital of Columbia is about twenty miles away and provides even more opportunity for residents with shopping, dining, a number of museums, theaters, collegiate activities and Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. Chapin is the perfect town to make your home if you are looking to live a quiet, rural lifestyle just minutes away from urban excitement.