About the Area
Best defined as the area between I-77 and I-20, the Northeast Area of Columbia includes a number of areas that stretch from Downtown Columbia to Blythewood, Lugoff and Elgin. Thanks to the close proximity to all of the major highways, the Northeast Area has a small city feel just minutes from all of the action. This area of town is newer and continues to grow quickly, with many residents moving here to be close to jobs and to enjoy the suburban lifestyle.
With a number of larger communities throughout the Northeast Area, including Spring Valley, Woodcreek Farms, Lake Carolina, The Summit, and Greenhill Parish, you can be sure to find a home that suits your needs. Each of these communities feature both established residence, as well as ample new construction opportunities. Many of these neighborhood have great amenities, including their clubhouses, pools, golf courses and more.
In addition to the many fine neighborhoods, there are ample shopping and dining opportunities available within a short drive. One of the most notable shopping destinations, The Village at Sandhills, provides outdoor shopping and dining locations with many recognizable name brands, as well as local shops and restaurants. Couple this with the growth and new development happening throughout the area and you’ll be sure to love calling the Northeast Area your home.
Things To Do
Shopping at Village at Sandhills
Outdoor adventures at Sesquicentennial State Park
Play a round of golf at Cobblestone Golf Course or Spring Valley Country Club
Sandhill Farmers Market each Tuesday (May 1st-November 20th 2018 season) at the Clemson University Sandhill Research and Education Center
Sparkleberry Country Fair at the Clemson Extension Center (April)
Population (2016): 134,309
Median Household Income (2012-2016): $42,875
Total Households (2012-2016): 45,255