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Discover Northeast Columbia!

July 2, 2019

Northeast Columbia offers its residents a great mix of recreation, convenience, great educational resources (Richland Two), a broad range of housing and prices, fast access to interstate highways, excellent health care options and much more. Northeast Columbia’s landscape is rolling and sandy –  piney woodlands interspersed with lovely neighborhoods cozying up to sparkling lakes and ponds as well as golf courses.

Outdoor recreation is highlighted by Sesquicentennial State Park and its 12 miles of hiking and biking trails, a dog park, a 30 acre lake for paddling around and fishing, and a 26-sprayer splash pad.

Sesuicentennial State Park

Richland School District Two is an award-winning district with an amazing magnet line-up that features 39 unique and dynamic programs aimed at engaging all types of learners, from elementary through high school. Housing in Northeast Columbia is available from neighborhoods of starter homes for young families to amenity-rich communities comprised of some of the largest, most luxurious homes in the Greater Columbia area.

Health care needs are served by Providence Health Northeast, a full-service hospital, as well as close proximity to the hospitals of Prisma Health.

New! Northeast Neighborhoods

Woodcreek Farms Northside by Essex Homes

Woodcreek Farms by Essex Homes

Nestled in the prestigious Woodcreek Farms golf course community, you will find the new hidden gem, Northside at Woodcreek Farms. Northside is walking distance to Catawba Trails Elementary School (Richland 2 School District) and minutes to both the Village at Sandhill and I-20.  Award-winning Essex Homes is offering its most popular floor plans and a few new ones with options for 3 car garages and much more! Residents will enjoy the scenic walking trails or the many amenities the Woodcreek Country Club, including a beautifully-designed 18 hole Tom Fazio golf course with driving range, social activities for adults and kids, 6 tennis courts, a swimming pool, pro-shop, and restaurant. More at

Woodleigh at Lake Carolina by Eastwood Homes

Woodleigh at Lake Carolina

Woodleigh Park is a distinctive neighborhood within Lake Carolina, a master-planned community featuring a private 200-acre freshwater lake, six miles of shoreline and 30 miles of winding bike trails. Residents also enjoy a dog park, multiple swimming pools, and tennis courts. Lake Carolina is home to its very own Town Center, award-winning schools (Richland School District Two)  and its own YMCA. Lake Carolina offers residents a sense of community and the best in resort-style living. New model home opening soon. More at

New to try in Northeast!

A’La Carte Ice Cream :: Lake Carolina Town Center
Try any one of their 24 flavors of luscious ice cream! Pets are welcome too and your four-legged pal can have a treat of his/her own – a  “Dog Sundae”, made with bacon, crackers and a touch of vanilla ice cream for only $.99!

Lita’s Treats :: 460 Killian Road
Standard cupcakes are $3 and include summer-y, refreshing flavors like Orange Dreamsicle, Coconut Pineapple and Strawberry Lemonade cupcakes!  

Richland Library Sandhills :: 763 Fashion Drive
Gorgeous new library located on Fashion Drive inside the Village at Sandhills complex. Features include auditorium, children’s area, courtyards, makersspace, meeting spaces, reading room and studio. 30,000 square feet of awesome!

Sandhill Fish Club :: Clemson Sandhill REC | 900 Clemson Road
The Clemson Sandhill REC is pleased to announce the 2019 Sandhill Fish Club, a fee based membership opportunity to fish the waters of the Sandhill REC.  The 2019 period runs from April 1 through December 20. Individual membership $125 / Seniors $100 / Families $200. Passes $5.50 per boat / $5.50 per person

Richland Two Institute of Innovation :: 763 Fashion Drive    
Have a budding entrepreneur in
the family?
They’d love Virtual Enterprise Entrepreneurship! This course is an in-school, live, business simulation that offers students a competitive edge through project-based, collaborative learning, and the development of 21st-century skills in entrepreneurship, global business, problem solving, communication, personal finance, and technology. This multidimensional, experiential learning model develops high school students into independent-thinking business professionals.

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