Brookhaven Subdivision Columbia SC

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Brookhaven Subdivision Columbia SC

Brookhaven Homes Forsale



Why do people live here?                                                 

Brookhaven is a neighborhood of single family residents that’s located in North East Columbia. It’ not uncommon to see neighhood kids walking from school on the sidewalks that runs through the neighborhood. During the cool summer evenenings in the Brookhaven Subdivision you witness families walking or jogging along the neighborhood running routes. You can feel the family atmosphere in the Brookhaven Subdivision.

 Looking for a Home in Brookhaven?

 Interested in homes that are for sale in Brookhaven? Click on the link to all active homes for sale available in Brookhaven.

 What’s the Neighborhood Like?

 The homes you will find for sale in Brookhaven Subdivision of Columbia SC are in the price range from the low $100,000s to  $190,000. The majoority of the homes are built by Mungo Homes one of the areas top builder. The newer homes for sale in Brookhaven Subdivision are now hauSmart certified. This program provides a more healthier environment and aids in energy efficientcy. The homes for sale in Brookhaven features open floor plans, huge kitchen and spacious bed rooms. Columbia Homes For sale

 What’s happening around Broohaven Subdivision?

 Brookhaven is located near the Sandhill Mall in North East Columbia SC where you can find places to dine, movie theraters, grocery stores and much more. A major hospital is located only 5 miles away, the elenmantary and middle school loctaed within walking distance. Brookhaven is located only 5 minutes from Interstate 77 with a straight 10 minute drive to Fort Jackson. Find out everything that is near Brookhaven places of worship grocery stores, banks, recreation and other attractions by visiting our website.

 What shools will your children attend?

 Brookhaven subdivision in Columbia SC is served by Sandlapper Elementary School, Longleaf Moddle School and Ridge View High School. To get get school reports that provides more information about these schools check out the Columbia school reports on our website

 Now You want to find out Home for sale in Brookhaven Right?

 If you are interested in the active homes for sale in Brookhaven Subdivision Columbia SC click on the link. Our Homes for sale information is a direct feed from the Columbia MLS and updated multiple times daily.

 

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Brian Young

I have a big question about brookhaven if anyone can help me my email is brianyoung374@gmail.com

Aug 23, 2015 05:15 AM #1
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April

I want to know how we can go about getting speed bumps placed throughout the neighborhood. I am a mother of 4 and recently moved to Brookhaven and although there is a speed limit posted, the traffic moves very fast for this to be a neighborhood. I also think there should me signs say children at play or something of that sort. I am not surprised there has not been a child hit by a car out there yet. My kids cannot even ride their bikes outside in the front of our house because the cars are moving so fast. I don't think it is fair either for them to have to play basketball in the back yard on a grass, which is not a good place to play basketball because it is damaging the grass that's back there. The speeding that goes on in this neighborhood is going to cause a serious accident especially because of the parking of the cars in the street in all directions. Sometimes it is very hard to see around them and when you take a chance to move on pass 9 times out of 10 there is a speeding car coming head on and I usually have to slam on brakes in order to not get in an accident. Someone needs to take a serious look into this matter before something tragic happens in this neighborhood because if this. Otherwise I love the neighborhood! Great up and coming area although some homes are older, I love the atmosphere and plan to be there for as long as I can.

May 16, 2017 05:59 AM #2
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Eugene W Johnson

I have been living in this area since 2006 first renting then mid 2007 found nice bigger place in the same community and has since been an owner. There was a time we had meetings quarterly and sometimes a few of us came together and voice concerns and even gotten newsletters but for years that has stopped since many has moved. The military moves people and many of us leaves family behind because of children in school, spouse has good job and other reasons. I didn't know the company still exist because everytime I come home monthly from Fort Stewart the neighborhood is no longer presentable to new people seeking to become home owners. There are many new subdivisions coming up but what are going to happen to the old subdivisions that people has abandoned? What would it take to start up a quarterly community meeting to address concerns other then putting a foreclosure on people property and enforcing them vacant with family. This is a good community with good people and many great families but until this cooperation send representatives out in the community introducing yourselves and giving out information in mailboxes (if they are still standing) then this subdivision will continue to go down. Building new subdivisions will not fix the problem. I'm a concern resident it's time for a change in this subdivision.

Mar 31, 2018 09:28 AM #3
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Carolyn Johnson

Looking for a rental, not over 1,250.00. a month,

May 15, 2019 11:36 PM #4
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