Columbia, SC 29223
Come see this beautiful new construction home on a cul-de-sac in the Courts of Arcadia neighborhood! Built by Master Builder, Executive Construction Homes, this 3 bed, 2 bath, 2,340 sq.ft. home has it all! Upon entering the home, you are welcomed by an inviting foyer that leads you around to an open floor plan with a great room with high ceilings and a gas fireplace, a formal dining room area with tray ceilings, and large chefs' kitchen with tiled backsplash, pantry, recessed lighting, granite counters, and exquisite cabinetry. The main floor master suite boasts tray ceilings, double vanities, a large garden tub, a spa-like glass shower, a separate water closet and a huge walk-in closet. The two additional bedrooms provide ample space for your needs, each with large closets. Come make this home yours today!
3 Bedrooms/ 2 Bathrooms/ 2 Car Garage/ 2340 SQ. FT.
The Courts of Arcadia
Another small community tucked within Columbia, Arcadia is a city within a city- A quick bit of history surrounds this small township- "Located in the 2288 acre tract known in the 1880’s as the Douglas mill tract, Arcadia Lakes was first agricultural land that was composed of lakes with towering pine trees. Seeking to avoid the hustle of the metropolitan areas of Columbia, a few adventurous families moved to the country during the early 1900’s primarily settling on multi-acre tracts. With more than 800,000 residents across six counties, the greater metropolitan region (commonly referred to as the Midlands) has the second largest population in South Carolina. Columbia, the state's capital city, stretches across Richland and Lexington counties. In 1917, Fort Jackson (then Camp Jackson) was established for army training during World War I. The installation is now the U.S. Army's largest and most active Initial Entry Training Center. Like much of the Southeastern United States, Columbia enjoys its fair share of hot days in the summer, but this region doesn't slow down with a full slate of summer events and things to do. Here you can enjoy mild winters with an occasional 70-degree day for good measure. Fall and spring are beautiful and pleasant.Visit the website Free brochure
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