GREGG PARK

neighborhood

Gregg Park, a master planned community with large, high-end traditional houses, offers a suburban feel – even though it is located just a few miles from downtown Columbia, the Vista and the University of South Carolina.

There are about 200 homes and several ponds in the gated neighborhood – with some homes even located on waterfront lots. The well-landscaped community features large hardwoods and pines, with magnolias, dogwoods, and other ornamental trees throughout. There are still a few homesites available, but the majority of the single-family home neighborhood is developed. Gregg Park was established in 1988, with much of the construction occurring in the past 30 years. 

Convenience is key for this development, with all sorts of shopping and dining options located in the immediate surrounding area. Being right off of Trenholm Road, Gregg Park is a quick walk to Trenholm Plaza and Cardinal Crossing.

GREGG PARK

neighborhood

Gregg Park, a master-planned community with large, high-end traditional houses, offers a suburban feel – even though it is located just a few miles from downtown Columbia, the Vista, and the University of South Carolina.

There are about 200 homes and several ponds in the gated neighborhood – with some homes even located on waterfront lots. The well-landscaped community features large hardwoods and pines, with magnolias, dogwoods, and other ornamental trees throughout. There are still a few homesites available, but the majority of the single-family home neighborhood is developed. Gregg Park was established in 1988, with much of the construction occurring in the past 30 years. 

Convenience is key for this development, with all sorts of shopping and dining options located in the immediate surrounding area. Being right off of Trenholm Road, Gregg Park is a quick walk to Trenholm Plaza and Cardinal Crossing.

RECREATION & PARKS

The development features a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, picnic areas, wooded walking trails and children’s playgrounds, making it a perfect spot for families, who don’t even need to leave the neighborhood for recreation and activities. Basketball goals are common in driveways, and children ride bicycles along the quiet streets. There also are picnic areas overlooking the water and wooded walking trails through the neighborhood.

In nearby Forest Acres, Citadel Park features a children’s playground and picnic area. The Cooper branch of the Richland Library on Trenholm Road is just over a mile from Gregg Park.

FUN FACT

Convenience is key for this development, with all sorts of shopping and dining options located in the immediate surrounding area. The access to I-77 is less than a mile away, making Northeast Richland and Charlotte an easy commute.

RECREATION & PARKS

The development features a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, picnic areas, wooded walking trails and children’s playgrounds, making it a perfect spot for families, who don’t even need to leave the neighborhood for recreation and activities. Basketball goals are common in driveways, and children ride bicycles along the quiet streets. There also are picnic areas overlooking the water and wooded walking trails through the neighborhood.

In nearby Forest Acres, Citadel Park features a children’s playground and picnic area. The Cooper branch of the Richland Library on Trenholm Road is just over a mile from Gregg Park.

FUN FACT

Following the lead of Shandon, a planned residential community on the east side of downtown Columbia, investors decided to give a planned neighborhood a try on the north side of downtown. Property owner William Wallace registered a plat with 16 lots facing Bull Street – the start of a neighborhood that eventually would be known as Cottowntown. In 1896, Columbia expanded its streetcar line north beyond Main Street to Hyatt Park, where there was a new casino and pavilion for the residents moving into the new suburb. In March 1913, the Cottontown neighborhood that was then known as Bellevue was annexed into the city of Columbia.

HOME STATS

Gregg Park features large, high-end two- to three-story homes. The neighborhood offers a mix of housing styles, so there is variety in the look of the homes. While traditional brick homes dominate Gregg Park, there also are Charleston-style, Mediterranean, Cape Cod and other home styles throughout the neighborhood. Lot sizes vary in different parts of the neighborhood, with some homes located on expansive lots.

HOME STATS

Gregg Park features large, high-end two- to three-story homes. The neighborhood offers a mix of housing styles, so there is variety in the look of the homes. While traditional brick homes dominate Gregg Park, there also are Charleston-style, Mediterranean, Cape Cod and other home styles throughout the neighborhood. Lot sizes vary in different parts of the neighborhood, with some homes located on expansive lots.

1

Homes for Sale

14

New Listings

10

Homes Sold

$637,385

Average Sales Price

29

Days on Market

97.9%

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

These numbers are provided by CMLS and collected by The Moore Company for the 2020 year. They were reported on February 23, 2021. The information contained herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. 

1

Homes for Sale

14

New Listings

10

Homes Sold

$637,385

Average Sales Price

29

Days on Market

97.9%

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

These numbers are provided by CMLS and collected by The Moore Company for the 2020 year. They were reported on February 23, 2021. The information contained herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. 

NEARBY
AMENITIES

RESTAURANTS & MORE

Gregg Park is just a half-mile from the Trenholm Plaza shopping center, home to grocery stores, restaurants, and shops including Anthropologie, Loft, lululemon, and J.Crew. Tazza Kitchen offers casual indoor and outdoor dining and great happy hour specials, while the BLD Diner offers a delicious twist on breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Fresh Poke and Zoes Kitchen are just outside the Gregg Park front gate.

NEIGHBORHOODS SCHOOLS

Gregg Park children attend Forest Lake Elementary, Dent Middle, and Richland Northeast High schools in Richland School District Two. Richland Two also offers 39 public magnet programs for all levels of students at locations around the Northeast Richland County district.

NEED GROCERIES?

Gregg Park is close to a wide selection of grocery stores. Trenholm Plaza, just outside the neighborhood gates, houses a Publix and Fresh Market. Just a half-mile further you’ll find a Trader Joe’s and a Lowes Foods on Forest Drive, while a Walmart and Sam’s Club are located a half-mile in the other direction.

NEARBY
AMENITIES

RESTAURANTS & MORE

Gregg Park is just a half-mile from the Trenholm Plaza shopping center, home to grocery stores, restaurants, and shops including Anthropologie, Loft, lululemon, and J.Crew. Tazza Kitchen offers casual indoor and outdoor dining and great happy hour specials, while the BLD Diner offers a delicious twist on breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Fresh Poke and Zoes Kitchen are just outside the Gregg Park front gate.

NEIGHBORHOODS SCHOOLS

Gregg Park children attend Forest Lake Elementary, Dent Middle, and Richland Northeast High schools in Richland School District Two. Richland Two also offers 39 public magnet programs for all levels of students at locations around the Northeast Richland County district.

NEED GROCERIES?

Gregg Park is close to a wide selection of grocery stores. Trenholm Plaza, just outside the neighborhood gates, houses a Publix and Fresh Market. Just a half-mile further you’ll find a Trader Joe’s and a Lowes Foods on Forest Drive, while a Walmart and Sam’s Club are located a half-mile in the other direction.

EXPLORE THE AREA

The entrance to Gregg Park is located off Forest Drive near the intersection with Trenholm Road, just behind the Trenholm Plaza shopping center. It is about 6 miles east of downtown Columbia and adjacent to the city of Forest Acres. There is easy access into the neighborhood, with a traffic light at the Forest Drive entrance, and I-77 is less than a mile away.

LINKS
Gregg Park Overview

EXPLORE THE AREA

The entrance to Gregg Park is located off Forest Drive near the intersection with Trenholm Road, just behind the Trenholm Plaza shopping center. It is about 6 miles east of downtown Columbia and adjacent to the city of Forest Acres. There is easy access into the neighborhood, with a traffic light at the Forest Drive entrance, and I-77 is less than a mile away.

LINKS
Gregg Park Overview

LISTINGS IN GREGG PARK

LISTINGS IN GREGG PARK