Sampling of homes on the market

01/17/2010 12:00 AM

03/14/2015 12:25 PM

The median home price for the Columbia market in 2009 was $139,000.

So what do you get for that?

Here's a sampling of homes on the market with an asking price of $139,000 in West Columbia, Lexington, southeast Columbia and Northeast Richland.

- Megan Sexton


Address: 205 Windsor Trace Drive, Hamlet Park subdivision

Size: 1,311 square feet

Features: New construction. Three bedroom, two baths, walk in closets, vaulted ceiling in living room, eat-in kitchen, fireplace with bar

Schools: Richland 1, Meadowfield Elementary, Hand Middle, Dreher High

Call: Ashley Sitton, Coldwell Banker United, (803) 477-8900


Address: 125 Hatton Lane Lexington, Farming Creek subdivision

Size: 1,375 square feet

Features: Three bedrooms, two baths, great room with cathedral ceilings and fireplace, eat-in kitchen with white cabinets, garden tub and double vanity in master bath, deck

Schools: Lexington 1, Lake Murray Elementary, Pleasant Hill Middle and Lexington High

Call: Tina Ormerod, Keller Williams Realty, (803) 446-7782.


Address: 1952 Blue Ridge Terrace, West Columbia, Blue Ridge Terrace subdivision

Size: 1,867 square feet

Features: Three bedrooms, two baths, kitchen pantry and granite countertops, master bath with separate shower, hardwood floors, garage.

Schools: Lexington 2, South Congaree Elementary, Fulmer Middle, Airport High

Call: Carlette West, Fairfax Realty, (803) 739-8794


Address: 509 Ridge Trail Drive, Columbia, Autumn Hill subdivision

Size: 1,424 square feet

Features: Three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, hardwood floors, custom shelving in all closets and kitchen pantry, stainless steel appliances, backyard Jacuzzi, screened porch with ceiling fan, two-car garage, home warranty.

Schools: Richland 2, Rice Creek Elementary, Kelly Mill Middle, Ridgeview High

Call: Joyce Kim, The Phil Wilson Co., (803) 767-1101

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