Published: May 06, 2020 | Updated: Jul 06, 2020

Build on Your Own Lot in Lexington, SC

Find out why Lexington, SC is one of the most popular places for new home construction in the state of South Carolina!

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Whether you just want to escape the harsh winters or high property taxes of the North, or you have fallen in love with the best Southern hospitality anywhere in the world, Lexington is a great place to live. It’s consistently one of the most popular places in the entire state of South Carolina.

People continue to flock to Lexington, SC to build their new dream homes where they plan to live for decades. They come from all over the greater Columbia area and South Carolina but also from many places in the Northern, USA and even around the world.

When you decide to uproot your family and transfer your life to a new place you want to call home for a long time, be sure to choose a trustworthy custom builder who can help make the transition as smooth and easy as possible.

COVID-19 and home building

Even with the coronavirus pandemic, the real estate market and housing industry are still moving in this area. So don’t be discouraged thinking you have to put off your home building experience for another year. It is a good time to build a custom home here!

South Carolina governor, Henry McMaster, has deemed construction and real estate essential businesses. So we are still open for business and ready to serve your family’s needs even during this time.

For more information on how we are keeping you and your family safe during COVID-19, please click here.

Lexington, SC Statistics in 2017 (from Data USA):

  • Population about 20,000. 
  • Median age 36
  • Median household income about $65,000
  • Poverty rate 7%
  • Median property value $178,000
  • Average household owns two cars
  • Average commute time 24.5 minutes
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Lexington is one of the most popular places to live in South Carolina

Lexington has the most top-rated schools in the Midlands of South Carolina, beautiful housing developments, plenty of amenities, and relatively low property taxes. To top that off, we’ve got great weather year-round, and Lexington is close enough to Columbia, SC for people to easily commute to the many career opportunities in the downtown area.

We have tons of recreational opportunities and activities like Dreher Island State Park, the Cayce and West Columbia River Walks, and Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens. 

We have access to beautiful recreation areas like scenic Lake Murray, and three glorious rivers. Just 20 minutes down the road, there is booming nightlife and fine dining in the Vista in Downtown Columbia, Soda City shopping on Saturday mornings in Columbia, the South Carolina Museum, the Columbia Art Museum, the University of South Carolina, and more.

Lexington, SC boasts high quality, low-hassle living that is perfect for young professionals, growing families, and retirees.

When you are ready for vacation, we are just 2 hours away from the mountains and about 2 hours away from the beach. So it’s easy to take a fun getaway for the weekend without having to go to an airport or waste a whole day driving.

Team up with a trusted realtor to find the perfect land to build on and then check out a local builder who can help bring your dream floor plan to life. Build on your lot with a builder who cares about attention to the details that matter most to you. 


Ready to build on your land in Lexington, SC?

Please contact us today! 

Let’s see if we would be the perfect fit to help you build on your land.

We are a family-owned custom builder with new construction in areas like:

Lake Carolina, Lexington, Blythewood, Chapin, Irmo, Forest Acres, downtown Columbia, West Columbia, Pinewood, Ballentine, the Lake Murray area, and more.


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