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  • Situated in Southern South Carolina, Lexington is the largest town in the county. As one of eleven townships established by the colonial government of King George II, the city encouraged further settlement of South Carolina's back country. Trade paths of the Cherokee and Occaneechi Indian tribes helped to support development in the area as goods grown on nearby farms could be easily delivered to other communities. Today, Lexington has a population of approximately 20,000 people.

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Top 4 Reasons To Live In Lexington, SC

  • Live by the waterfront! Those searching for waterfront real estate can acquire an ample abode near Route 378 and Calks Ferry Road. This community offers stunning large single-family homes on Lake Murray and Bundrick Island, with median values of $336,923 and average monthly rental costs of $837. The Providence community is another option for those seeking waterside respite. Home values here are $333,413 and rent averages $864 a month. Nearby, you'll find Eighteenmile Creek, Ned's Bait and Tackle, and SCGE Swimming and Beach Park.
  • Own a home within budget! Seeking a rent to own property on a frugal budget? Scour the areas of Edmund and Macedon, where median purchase prices are $44,275, and rent, on average, is $567 per month. Small single-family homes in the area offer proximity to Darden Regional Airport, Cedar Creek, and Town And Country Grocery Store. Another area to consider is Oak Grove, where values are $125,176, while rent is $775 monthly. Area amenities include the Barnyard Flea Market, Lexington County Tennis Complex, and Lizards Thicket restaurant, which offers amazing house-made soul food.
  • Enjoy local flavor! Amazing dining options are at your fingertips in Lexington. Choose from Cuban cocktails, mofongo, and paella at Arkos Mojo Grill and Martini Bar, delicious BBQ at Hudson's Smoke House, or beer flights, po' boys, burgers, and gumbo at the Old Mill Brew Pub. Whatever the craving, the town has an establishment serving it up.
  • Lead an active life! Walking paths, picnic spots and bridges await at the forested Virginia Hylton Park. It's a hidden gem near downtown Lexington, which allows residents to enjoy the surrounding natural environment. If indoor exercise is preferred, locals can work up a sweat at Lake Murray Crossfit or breathe deeply into their poses at the Pink Lotus Yoga Center. For an education in the martial arts, try Genova Family Karate of Lexington, and for a relaxing jaunt on the water, become Captain for the day with Aquafun Boat Rentals and Tours.