View all real estate for sale in all of Columbia SC and the Midlands. Search homes for sale in Columbia SC region, counties, towns, and cities. Search by size, age, features, subdivision, neighborhood, location and more. See all the houses, lots, condos, and townhouses for sale in the entire Columbia SC area: Shandon, Forest Acres, Irmo, Saluda, Lexington, Chapin, Blythewood, Ascot , Heathwood, Woodcreek Farms, Wales Garden, Saluda River Club and more. There are a lot of things to do in Columbia SC if you’re relocating to the area, given the fact that the city is so centrally located in the middle of the state you can get just about anywhere in South Carolina in about an hour and a half drive as well.
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great property with 107 acres, there are 2 wells on this property and a nice brick home. great hunting land with 5 deer stands with feed plots, abundant wildlife, 35 acres of 14 year old pines, 24...
incredible open water views from this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home! located on 0.86 acres with dock in place. great room and master with gorgeous lake views, large deck for entertaining or relaxing, boat...
wow! ***just reduced*** 485 ft on lake murray with spectacular big water views! over and acre on deep water point! beautiful lake views from every window. this single story brick home features 2...
Most well known for being the home of The University of South Carolina Gamecocks, Lake Murray, The Riverbanks Zoo and Fort Jackson – the nation’s largest the largest United States Army installation for Basic Combat Training. As of 2016 has a population of estimate of 134,309 just for the city of “Columbia”, but most refer to Columbia as the entire area “The Midlands” which also includes the towns mentioned above plus West Columbia, Cayce, Gilbert, Prosperity, Leesburg, and others so including all the smaller surrounding towns makes it closer to 500,000. The city is located about 13 miles (21 km) northwest of the geographic center of the state, and was situated there primarily because of the three major rivers that run right through the city: Saluda, Congaree, and Broad Rivers.
Between 2015 and 2016 the median property value increased from $162,200 to $164,200, a 1.23% increase. The homeownership rate of Columbia, SC is 45.2%, which is lower than the national average of 63.6%.