Whiteford is a popular Lexington neighborhood located just off Highway 6 in near downtown Lexington. This is a well-established community that was developed for more than two decades. It has easy access to Lexington’s shopping, dining, and other amenities. It is also located near Lake Murray and is just about 10 miles from Columbia. The community gives a peaceful suburban feel but resident still enjoy the conveniences of the city offers.
Common features of real estate in Whiteford have brick or vinyl siding exterior, homes sit on a quarter of an acre lot with mature trees. Homes for sale in Whiteford range from mid 100’s to mid 200’s and has a living space of 1,100 sq.ft to nearly 3,000 sq.ft. HOA maintains the neighborhood’s common areas.
This subdivision is divided in smaller communities : Whiteford Lakes, Saddlebrooke, and Parkhurst.
Whiteford’s convenience to the city and peaceful surrounding make it a great place to live.
Whiteford neighborhood is zoned for Lexington 1, an award winning school district. Schools assigned in this community are Midway Elementary, Meadow Glen Middle, and River Bluff High. Know more about school ratings, student-teacher ratio and more by accessing this detailed Lexington school district information.
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