Sales Heating Up At Saluda River Club; More than $4.5 Million in Properties Sold Lexington Community Dispels Market Trends

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Despite a lagging residential real estate market in most of the country, properties are selling very well at Saluda River Club. With more than $4.5 million in sales of lots, Lexington's newest community is proving that the residential real estate market is doing well in the Columbia area. Forty-one properties have already sold to people who recognize the value of the Saluda River Club.

We encourage people to come on by and see what all the buzz is about. And it's even more exciting now that Forbes has put Columbia in the top 25 hottest housing markets.

Despite a lagging residential real estate market in most of the country, properties are selling very well at Saluda River Club. With more than $4.5 million in sales of lots, Lexington's newest community is proving that the residential real estate market is doing well in the Columbia area. Forty-one properties have already sold to people who recognize the value of the Saluda River Club.

Columbia was also recently cited by Forbes Magazine as one of the nation's Top 25 Housing Markets.

"Of course we have expected great things from Saluda River Club because of the location, the schools, the neighborhood design and the quality of the community," says Andy White, partner with Lifestone Communities, developers of Saluda River Club. "We encourage people to come on by and see what all the buzz is about. And it's even more exciting now that Forbes has put Columbia in the top 25 hottest housing markets."

In addition to the 41 home sites, more than $3.5 million in completed homes have sold as well and each week more contracts are being signed.

Saluda River Club hosted the recent Columbia Homebuilders Parade of Homes, which featured six luxurious estate homes in the River District of the community. Even before the Parade began, one of the six homes had sold; another sold during the Parade and one has sold since. Several builders have come in to purchase additional lots in this section to build homes. Prices start in the $500,000s.

With prices for townhomes starting at $180,000 and single-family homes in the $300,000s, the Village District is traditional neighborhood design with a mix of home styles from single-family, cottages, townhomes and flats. Inviting front porches and wide sidewalks along curving streets encourage a sense of community.

Amenities At Saluda River Club
The amenities at Saluda River Club have made the community one of the most popular in the Columbia area. With two clubhouses, miles of trails, swimming pools and river access, residents of both the Village District and the River District can be as immersed in the Saluda River Club lifestyle as they want.

Amenities include:
The Village Club, a gathering place for residents aged 21 and over, with fitness center, heated pool, coffee shop, tavern and community concierge.

The Chickawa Outdoor Center riverfront clubhouse has an infinity pool, indoor fireplace, elevated outdoor fire pit and riverfront observation deck. It also serves as a fishing and kayak center.

Exceptional river access, miles of walking trails, mini-parks, dog parks and children's play area.

About Saluda River Club
Lifestone Communities is a residential real estate development firm headquartered in Columbia, SC. Partners are Walter Taylor, Bill Theus and Andy White, all of whom have extensive experience in home building and development, building successful neighborhoods across the Carolinas. They previously developed numerous lake and riverfront communities, as well as 50 new-home neighborhoods across the state.

Saluda River Club is located in Lexington on the south side of the Saluda River. The address of Saluda River Club is 644 Corley Mill Road, Lexington.

The Saluda River Club Sales office is open 1 p.m. to dusk on Sunday and Monday, and from 10 a.m. to dusk Tuesday through Saturday.     
To visit Saluda River Club, take I-20 to Exit 61, Hwy. 378. Turn right, then take an immediate right onto Corley Mill Road. The entrance to Saluda River Club is located 1.5 miles down Corley Mill Road on the right-hand side. The Sales Center is the first building on the right. The telephone number is 803-358-3969.

Complete information, including floor plans and the community site plan, is available at http://www.saludariverclub.com

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