5040 Big Bend Drive Lancaster, SC 29720
Exceptionally maintained with upgrades galore in gated Treetops community. This move in ready home w/ $100,000 in upgrades ready for you to lay back & appreciate all it has to offer. Situated on a wooded premium lot this home provides an incredible level of privacy. The main living area has all vinyl plank wood floors, expansive great room w/ built ins, gas FP, & ceiling fan. The kitchen has a large island w/ quartz counters, & white cabinets, subway tile, backsplash, SS appliances & gas range. Master suite on main w/ view of garden, large master bath w/ upgraded shower accessories, walk in closet & dual quartz vanity. Discover the office & front bedroom w/ full bath. Enjoy & relax on the screened porch. Upstairs is a guest suite w/ large open area loft, full sized bedroom and bath. Outside is a patio with techno stone and gas line connected bull gas grill. Don't forget to visit the numerous Treetops recreational facilities, pool, fitness center, lake, tennis and pickle ball courts.
Community - Lancaster
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Located in north-central South Carolina, Lancaster is a charming community offering a desirable rural lifestyle for residents. The city boasts a historic downtown, abundant land for outdoor recreation, and convenient access to larger cities.
Lancaster real estate includes a variety of housing options, including historic homes, condominiums, townhomes, new construction properties and grand estates. Homes in Lancaster are relatively affordable, as the area is known for low housing costs and tax rates. Homes in Lancaster enjoy scenic views and larger lots due to the area’s more rural setting.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Serving as the county seat of Lancaster County, Lancaster is a picturesque city located in the north-central part of South Carolina. The city is just 18 miles east of I-77, making it easily accessible to the rest of the state and Charlotte, which is about 46 miles away. However, residents have all they need within the boundaries of this charming city. Lancaster has a historic downtown with several 19th century buildings still standing. The community is deeply committed to the arts, exemplified in the city’s many art galleries, public sculptures and murals, and the work of the Lancaster County Council of the Arts. The council is housed in the historic Springs House in downtown Lancaster, which hosts gallery exhibits, classes and workshops, art crawls, music concerts and more. The Performing Arts Series brings a variety of national and regional artists to the community for six major performances throughout the year.
Residents of Lancaster enjoy a variety of options for outdoor recreation. Located just north of the city, Andrew Jackson State Park is one of South Carolina’s most popular attractions. The park combines history, art and local activities in a beautiful setting, featuring living history programs, an Andrew Jackson museum, a campground, picnic facilities, a fishing lake, and nature trails. Nearby Walnut Creek Park is a 60-acre park with sports fields and courts, a covered picnic area, playgrounds, and more. The community of Lancaster comes together with a number of annual events and festivals, including the Red Rose Festival, Finally Friday and an annual holiday tree lighting ceremony.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Lancaster is served by the Lancaster County School District, which operates 11 elementary schools, five middle schools, and four high schools, several of which are located in Lancaster. There are a number of private school options in the area, including Carolina Christian Academy, which is located in Lancaster. Residents may access several institutions of higher learning in the area, including the University of South Carolina Lancaster.
The city of Lancaster was settled by English and Scots-Irish settlers of the British House of Lancaster. The city’s nickname, “The Red Rose City,” is derived from this association, as the red rose is the insignia of the House of Lancaster. The city of York, South Carolina is Lancaster’s counterpart. York got its name and white rose symbol from the House of York in England, which fought against the House of Lancaster in the infamous War of the Roses in the 15th century. However, South Carolina’s Lancaster and York are much more peaceful and cooperative than their namesakes.
Lancaster’s most famous resident is Andrew Jackson, who is believed to have been born in Lancaster County, although some say he was born across the border in North Carolina. Lancaster’s Andrew Jackson Middle School, Andrew Jackson High School, and Andrew Jackson State Park were named in his honor.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 41.5 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 43.5 Miles
Springs Memorial Hospital: 1 Mile
Carolinas Medical Center: 38.5 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 39 Miles
I-77: 18.5 Miles
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