Located on Lost Creek Drive, Chestnut Hill not far from Harbison State Park. It sits along the Broad River, secluded yet close to everything Columbia has to offer. Home to more than 600 families, Chestnut Hill includes 11 separate neighborhoods, set on rolling terrain, and shaded by a canopy of trees. Located 12 miles from downtown Columbia, Chestnut Hill Plantation offers residents the convenience of the city and retains its suburban feel. It has an impressive variety of housing options with affordable home prices ranging from $100,000 to $300,000. Homes range in size from 1,200 to 4,300 square feet.
Community amenities include a sparkling junior Olympic swimming pool, four tennis courts and beautiful stone-faced Clubhouse. Residents can also partake in fishing areas, walking trails, a playing field, and access to two convenient boat ramps. One ramp goes onto the central lake, and the other is located on the Broad River.
Chestnut Hill Plantation residents attend the Lexington Richland District 5 schools. These are River Springs Elementary, Dutch Fork Middle School, and Dutch Fork High School. Often thought of as "The gateway to Lake Murray," the Town of Irmo is a true recreational paradise to residents. Lake Murray offers an endless supply of outdoor and family activities including hunting, fishing, canoeing, camping, and hiking. Don't worry, there is plenty of shopping;from small town shops to nationally recognized chains.
If you're looking for a home where you can be close to nature and everything else, then the Chestnut Hill Plantation is the place for you. Give our office a call to set up a tour.
Beautiful, move-in ready home located on cul-de-sac. Front porch perfect for rocking chairs. Open concept floor plan. Living room with laminate hardwoods, crown molding, ...
Listing courtesy of Exit Real Est Consultants.
BEAUTIFUL TURN-KEY HOME, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR IRMO SHOPPING, DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT, ZONED FOR AWARD WINNING LEX/RICHLAND 5 SCHOOLS! This 3 bedroom/2.5 bath home i...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Columbia.