Beasley Creek is one of Richland County’s newest residential communities that offers tremendous value for the Columbia area. Located in the small town of Blythewood, this neighborhood is the perfect place to raise a growing family with great schools, safe streets and spacious homes. Greenery scattered beautifully along property lines and paved walkways invite residents home to their country retreats. The homes in Beasley Creek are not cookie-cutter, development fare. While most are two story builds, buyers will have a choice between houses that are all brick or all vinyl-sided. Then, there are those which are a combination of brick and vinyl, or the even more unique stone and vinyl look. No matter what the preferred outward appearance, buyers can rest assured they will be getting the biggest bank for the buck with nearly 3,000 sq. ft. of space and 4 bed/3 bath layouts.
Children of Beasley Creek attend Bethel-Hanberry Elementary School, Muller Road Middle and Westwood High, which are all apart of the revered Richland Two public school district. Residents are benefitted from a plethora of local employers, such as Palmetto Health and the University of South Carolina, which employs many citizens near Blythewood. College students have their pick of institutions, even if they don’t want to go to that top university, they can attend others such as Benedict or Columbia colleges. Beasley Creek has the advantage of being conveniently placed just minutes off of I-77 and is directly off of Highway 21. This proximity to major thoroughfares gives homeowners the benefit of a quick and easy commute. It also makes all of the area’s most sought after businesses and services easily accessible.