SALUDA RIVER CLUB

neighborhood

The Saluda River Club, a large, master-planned community nestled among the hardwoods on the banks of a picturesque river, offers a variety of home styles in a friendly community with a resort-like feel.

Just 5 miles from downtown Lexington and 11 miles from Columbia, families are drawn to the neighborhood for its riverfront location, natural beauty, excellent schools, myriad amenities, and a relaxed vibe. It’s located along a mile of the Saluda River with more than 85 acres of undeveloped green space to explore.

It’s an ideal spot for walkers, joggers, or anyone who loves the outdoors, with the development offering the feel of a natural, wooded park. Residents can launch canoes and kayaks at river access points, stroll on pathways along the water’s edge, enjoy a picnic lunch at a covered shelter, or fish for trout in the scenic river. There also are two pools and clubhouses in the development, along with playgrounds and riverfront swings.

There are two distinct districts within the 235-acre Saluda River Club, offering different styles of houses from Craftsman-style homes, cottages, and townhouses to large custom-built executive homes. New home sites are also available and homes continue to be built in the development, which opened in 2008.

SALUDA RIVER CLUB

neighborhood

The Saluda River Club, a large, master-planned community nestled among the hardwoods on the banks of a picturesque river, offers a variety of home styles in a friendly community with a resort-like feel.

Just 5 miles from downtown Lexington and 11 miles from Columbia, families are drawn to the neighborhood for its riverfront location, natural beauty, excellent schools, myriad amenities, and a relaxed vibe. It’s located along a mile of the Saluda River with more than 85 acres of undeveloped green space to explore.

It’s an ideal spot for walkers, joggers, or anyone who loves the outdoors, with the development offering the feel of a natural, wooded park. Residents can launch canoes and kayaks at river access points, stroll on pathways along the water’s edge, enjoy a picnic lunch at a covered shelter, or fish for trout in the scenic river. There also are two pools and clubhouses in the development, along with playgrounds and riverfront swings.

There are two distinct districts within the 235-acre Saluda River Club, offering different styles of houses from Craftsman-style homes, cottages, and townhouses to large custom-built executive homes. New home sites are also available and homes continue to be built in the development, which opened in 2008.

RECREATION & PARKS

The Saluda River Club development gives the feel of an outdoors resort, with trails, playgrounds a dog park, fishing areas, a boat launch, picnic shelters and an amphitheater. The Village Green is a gathering place for the neighborhood, with pickup football games and picnics a common occurrence. There’s even a community garden where you can try out your green thumb while cultivating some healthy items for your home kitchen.

The Chickawa Outdoor Center in the neighborhood’s River District houses a clubhouse on the water, a screened porch and outdoor fire pit. For those wanting to experience the river, the center has trained outfitters who can help you find the right kayak or canoe or arrange a fishing trip. The center also features a large observation deck with seating offering a perfect spot to relax and take in river views, while wooden riverside swings are a great option for watching the river go by.

The neighborhood is not far from Lake Murray, a massive lake that’s perfect for sailing, water skiing, swimming, fishing and relaxing. Also nearby is Saluda Shoals Park, a 350-acre regional park along the north side of the river that offers hiking, biking and horseback riding, a river observation deck and boat ramps.

FUN FACT

In 2009, the Saluda River Club won the Best in American Living Award for Community Design, sponsored by Professional Builder magazine and the National Association of Home Builders.

what’s in a name

The Saluda River Club takes its name from the river that winds through the development. A 10-mile section of the Saluda River in Lexington and Richland counties, from below the dam at Lake Murray to where it joins with the Broad River, was designated as a State Scenic River by the South Carolina legislature in 1991.

RECREATION & PARKS

The Saluda River Club development gives the feel of an outdoors resort, with trails, playgrounds a dog park, fishing areas, a boat launch, picnic shelters and an amphitheater. The Village Green is a gathering place for the neighborhood, with pickup football games and picnics a common occurrence. There’s even a community garden where you can try out your green thumb while cultivating some healthy items for your home kitchen.

The Chickawa Outdoor Center in the neighborhood’s River District houses a clubhouse on the water, a screened porch and outdoor fire pit. For those wanting to experience the river, the center has trained outfitters who can help you find the right kayak or canoe or arrange a fishing trip. The center also features a large observation deck with seating offering a perfect spot to relax and take in river views, while wooden riverside swings are a great option for watching the river go by.

The neighborhood is not far from Lake Murray, a massive lake that’s perfect for sailing, water skiing, swimming, fishing and relaxing. Also nearby is Saluda Shoals Park, a 350-acre regional park along the north side of the river that offers hiking, biking and horseback riding, a river observation deck and boat ramps.

FUN FACT

In 2009, the Saluda River Club won the Best in American Living Award for Community Design, sponsored by Professional Builder magazine and the National Association of Home Builders.

what’s in a name

The Saluda River Club takes its name from the river that winds through the development. A 10-mile section of the Saluda River in Lexington and Richland counties, from below the dam at Lake Murray to where it joins with the Broad River, was designated as a State Scenic River by the South Carolina legislature in 1991.

HOME STATS

The Saluda River Club is home to a variety of house styles in two main districts. The Village District features cottage- and Craftsman-style and traditional single-family homes set on sidewalk-lined streets in a neighborhood setting. The development’s River District features larger lots with custom-built, exclusive single-family homes along the river.

Neighborhoods located within the Saluda River Club include Hillside, with two- and three-bedroom unique villas; the Vineyard, a collection of farmhouse-style homes with versatile floor plans; the River District, an area with large homes along the river; and the Bluffs, the newest development of single-family homes, situated atop a 45-foot bluff overlooking the river.

HOME STATS

The Saluda River Club is home to a variety of house styles in two main districts. The Village District features cottage- and Craftsman-style and traditional single-family homes set on sidewalk-lined streets in a neighborhood setting. The development’s River District features larger lots with custom-built, exclusive single-family homes along the river.

Neighborhoods located within the Saluda River Club include Hillside, with two- and three-bedroom unique villas; the Vineyard, a collection of farmhouse-style homes with versatile floor plans; the River District, an area with large homes along the river; and the Bluffs, the newest development of single-family homes, situated atop a 45-foot bluff overlooking the river.

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Homes for Sale

219

New Listings

179

Homes Sold

$265,735

Average Sales Price

42

Days on Market

97%

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

These numbers are provided by CMLS and collected by The Moore Company for January – October 2020. They were updated on November 11, 2020. The information contained herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. 

25

Homes for Sale

219

New Listings

179

Homes Sold

$265,735

Average Sales Price

42

Days on Market

97%

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

These numbers are provided by CMLS and collected by The Moore Company for January – October 2020. They were updated on November 11, 2020. The information contained herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. 

NEARBY
AMENITIES

RESTAURANTS & MORE

The Saluda River Club is an easy drive to downtown Lexington, where the dining options continue to expand. You can enjoy the top-notch barbecue, seafood, Italian delicacies and down-home or upscale Southern favorites at several spots around town. Also nearby is the shopping and dining district of Harbison Boulevard.

NEIGHBORHOODS SCHOOLS

Children in the Saluda River Club attend some of the area’s top public schools, including Midway Elementary, Meadow Glen Middle, and River Bluff High schools in Lexington School District One.

NEED GROCERIES?

Multiple shopping options and grocery stores are located near the Saluda River Club, including Publix, Lowes Foods, Target, Walmart Superstore, and the Hope Ferry Shopping Center.

NEARBY
AMENITIES

RESTAURANTS & MORE

The Saluda River Club is an easy drive to downtown Lexington, where the dining options continue to expand. You can enjoy the top-notch barbecue, seafood, Italian delicacies and down-home or upscale Southern favorites at several spots around town. Also nearby is the shopping and dining district of Harbison Boulevard.

NEIGHBORHOODS SCHOOLS

Children in the Saluda River Club attend some of the area’s top public schools, including Midway Elementary, Meadow Glen Middle, and River Bluff High schools in Lexington School District One.

NEED GROCERIES?

Multiple shopping options and grocery stores are located near the Saluda River Club, including Publix, Lowes Foods, Target, Walmart Superstore, and the Hope Ferry Shopping Center.

EXPLORE THE AREA

Located on the banks of the Saluda River just off Corley Mill Road in Lexington, the neighborhood is situated near three highways: U.S. 378, I-20, and I-26. Just a few minutes from downtown Lexington, the Saluda River Club also offers an easy commute to Columbia, the University of South Carolina, and the Vista. It’s also just 2 miles from Lake Murray, a 50,000-acre lake known for striped bass fishing, summer water sports, and North America’s first official bird sanctuary designated solely for roosting Purple Martins.

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EXPLORE THE AREA

Located on the banks of the Saluda River just off Corley Mill Road in Lexington, the neighborhood is situated near three highways: U.S. 378, I-20, and I-26. Just a few minutes from downtown Lexington, the Saluda River Club also offers an easy commute to Columbia, the University of South Carolina, and the Vista. It’s also just 2 miles from Lake Murray, a 50,000-acre lake known for striped bass fishing, summer water sports, and North America’s first official bird sanctuary designated solely for roosting Purple Martins.

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LISTINGS IN SALUDA RIVER CLUB

LISTINGS IN SALUDA RIVER CLUB