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Home Finder April 28, 2013

Home Finder April 28, 2013

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The State Newspaper's Home Finder product for April 28, 2013, featuring homes for sale in the Midlands of South Carolina and other helpful information.
The State Newspaper's Home Finder product for April 28, 2013, featuring homes for sale in the Midlands of South Carolina and other helpful information.

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Last Weekend of  
HBA Tour of Homes
Saluda River Club is morethan a beautiful place tolive. It’s a beautiful way tolive. Luxury homes. Terriclocation. Top schools. Anda resort-inspired lifestylethat makes every day incred-ibly exciting.
It’s all here!
Saluda River Club is hometo people who share an ap-preciation of nature and oneanother. It’s a thoroughly modern community with thefront-porch charm of an old-fashioned town.Families eager to spendquality time together haveready-made opportunities.From kayaking to hanginout at the pools, watching the dogs play in the dopark, making smores at therepits, or walking on the riv-erfront trails, it’s all here. There’s no need to driveacross town for a play date– the neighborhood is lledwith children of all ages, andthe riverfront playground is areal hit! Parents feel goodabout letting youngstersplay outdoors on The VillageGreen for a game of pickupsoccer or volleyball on theriverfront. In the summer,sports, circus, and gymnas-tics camps keep the kids ac-tive. And, movie night keepsthem entertained withoutleaving the neighborhood. When it comes to fun, theadults are denitely not leftout. Opportunities for rec-reation and relaxation areeverywhere. Many residentsstart or end their day at TheVillage Club where they cangrab a coffee, workout in thegym, swim in the pool, or relax with neighbors in thelounge. The clubhouses are bus-tling with adult activitiesthroughout the year. Onany given day the schedulemight include a cooking or art class, book club, yoga,men’s cards, ladies bunko,or wine lottery. The combi-nation of convenience andconnection makes life funand easy. We hear it every day fromour homeowners who havefound exactly what they were looking for at SaludaRiver Club. “We’re so happy here. We wouldn’t leave itfor the world.”In fact, many who haveoutgrown their original homehave moved on to their sec-ond home in the neighbor-hood.
Great place to call home!
Lexington is a gem of acity – right-sized, with tradi-tional values and a fun vibe.Saluda River Club is in thetop-rated Lexington 1 schooldistrict. The new Meadow Glen elementary and middleschool are a huge attraction. And, in fall 2013 River Bluff high school is scheduled toopen.Our homeowners love ac-cess to South Carolina’scapital city. The commuteis easy and stressless. Andwhen it’s time to kick back,Columbia offers great res-taurants, theater, festivalsand a wonderful zoo.
Celebrated and successful!
 The most celebrated new home community in SouthCarolina history, SaludaRiver Club has attracted tophonors on the local, stateand national level.In February, managing partner Andy White proudlaccepted the 2012 Commu-nity of the Year award fromthe Columbia Homebuilders Association.Saluda River Club hasbeen named Community of the Year by the Home Build-ers Association of GreateColumbia and by the HomeBuilders Association toSouth Carolina. And, haswon the National Associa-tion of Home Builders Bestin American Living Award.In just four years, the com-munity has over $50 millionin sales of townhomes, cot-tages, single-family and es-tate homes.
 More to come!
 You’ve heard it before, butwhen it comes to SaludaRiver Club it’s especially true– you really have to see it tobelieve it.Call the sales center to-day at 803-358-3969 toarrange for a golf cart tour of the grounds, clubhousesand decorated homes. Itwill make your day, and it just might change your life.Saluda River Club. The riv-er is calling you home. AnEqual Housing Opportunity.www.SaludaRiverClub.com
Saluda River Club:
It Doesn’t GetBetter Than This
Saluda River Club:
It Doesn’t GetBetter Than This
The property transferslisted below are from thedescriptions on legal doc-uments on file in the Rich-land County Courthouse.
152 Fox Hill Drive,
Blythewood, from Essex HomesSoutheast Inc. to Mark K. Daileyand Danielle M. Dailey,$242,420
418 Charing Cross Road,
Irmo,from Julaunder Davis to WayneMcCullough, $55,000
109 John’s Hill Lane,
Irmo,from Ashley M. Dusenberry andJonathan B. Dusenberry toGerald J. DeRenzo and Lois M.DeRenzo, $130,000
404 Calabash Lane,
Columbia,from Essex Homes SoutheastInc. to Marcus Anthony Brantleyand Jennifer L. Brantley,$165,000
312 Maingate Drive,
Columbia,from Pamela R. Cates to JennieD. Amaker, $69,000
1204 Ashland Drive
, Columbia,from Essex Homes SoutheastInc. to John J. Walker, $278,092
163 Big Game Loop,
Columbia,from Essex Homes SoutheastInc. to Greggory H. Heinisch andTiffany L. Heinisch, $159,900
214 Whitton Lane,
Columbia,from Wayne Tada to Nathan A.Monroe Jr., $100,000
The property transferslisted below are from thedescriptions on legal doc-uments on file in the Lex-ington County Court-house.
608 Shallow Cove,
Chapin,from Nicholas D. Atria to JamieLynn Ellerd, $245,000
700 Soldier Gray Lane,
Chapin, from Holiday BuildersInc., a Florida Corporation, toSteven Jacques and ChrystaJacques, $267,509
1348 Misty Lane,
Gilbert, fromJames E. Kelly Jr. to James OdellBarnes Jr., $106,365.87
306 Bronze Drive,
Lexington,from Essex Homes SoutheastInc. to June M. Mill, $229,040
109 Dawson Lane,
Lexington,from Stefanie A. Hamett to BrianD. Groves and Megan H. Groves,$112,500
123 Landing Drive,
Lexington,from David C. Walters and DanaWalters and Michael S. Campbelland Karen S. Campbell to DustinRoland Thomas and MeganThomas, $112,800
141Majestic Court,
Lexington,from S.C. Pillon Homes Inc. toAmanda L. Wilson and Steven J.Farwick II, $258,720
149 Majestic Court,
Lexington,from S.C. Pillon Homes Inc. toParamita Chakraborty,$253,962
180 Millhouse Lane,
Lexington, from N.P. Dodge Jr. toTimothy Bragdton and NicholeFelder-Bragdton, $230,000
161Montauk Drive,
Lexington,from Essex Homes SoutheastInc. to James H. Hill III andLawona C. Hill, $209,090
330 Orchard Grove Lane,
Lexington, from Essex HomesSoutheast Inc. to Jeffery R.Sasser and Brenda P. Sasser,$199,634
307 Otero Lane,
Lexington,from Great Southern Homes Inc. to John M. McElroy II andMichelle H. McElroy, $100,000
216 Pilgrim Church Road,
Lexington, from Clay L. Watkinsand Susan C. Watkins to TeddyLloyd Winegardner and PatriciaLouise Winegardner, $344,450
212 Royal Creek Drive,
Lexington, from S.C. PillonHomes Inc. to Ralph Mayer andKaren Shamburg, $302,575
224 Royal Creek Drive,
Lexington, from S.C. PillonHomes Inc. to William J.Viazanko and Bonnie C.Viazanko, $296,160
376 Siddington Way,
Lexington, from Jean P. Bowersand Terry Lee Bowers to Dustin T.Owens, $156,000
609 Sunrise Court,
Lexington,from Fannie Mae to Guy Shieldsand Sandra Shields, $180,000
612 Edgewater Lane,
WestColumbia, from Jennifer FosterFreeman to Carolyn J. Marshall,$70,000
176 Emmanuel Creek Drive,
West Columbia, from HurricaneConstruction Inc. to StephenAnthony Garcia II, $119,990
216 Lake Frances Drive,
WestColumbia, from S.C. PillonHomes to Mohd Rehman,$276,585
320 Southmen Lane,
WestColumbia, from Joel F. Bradley IIIand Ellen B. Bradley to GentKepuska and Kelly Kepuska,$142,000
136 Vista View Drive,
WestColumbia, from S.C. PillonHomes Inc. to Alexander Harris,$184,132
324 Vincenne Road
, Columbia,from Bruce H. Kinnie Jr. toShaniqua A. Robinson, $87,000
The property transferslisted below are from thedescriptions on legal doc-uments on file in the Ker- shaw County Courthouse.
115 Hackamore Lane,
Camden, from HurricaneConstruction Inc. to ArlandaBryant, $254,990
9 Davington Court,
Elgin, fromEssex Homes Southeast Inc. toDavid L. Erskine III and KimberlyD. Erskine, $234,940
30 Elmwood Blvd. North,
Elgin,from Jimani LLC to Tanganika L.Miller, $97,000
61Kimpton Drive,
Elgin, fromEssex Homes Southeast Inc. toKelly N. Bryant, $132,000
62 Kimpton Drive,
Elgin, fromEssex Homes Southeast Inc. toLarry D. Newsom, $166,000
3 Swinton Court,
Elgin, fromEssex Homes Southeast Inc. toKevin L. Jahn and Heather R.Jahn, $177,400
317 Chickadee Lane,
Lugoff,from Michael Jonathan Nicholsand Meghan Renee Nichols toDaniel J. Nichols, $104,000
1390 Inverness Forest Drive,
Lugoff, from Fannie Mae toRobert A. Beauchemin andWindy G. Beauchemin, $85,000
20 Race Stable Court,
Lugoff,from Essex Homes SoutheastInc. to Randall A. Dechant,$203,704
Moving to Columbia? Or just moving to another part of  town? Learn more about the Midlands at thestate.com/livinghere. View more property transfers at thestate.com/property-transfers.
The highest-priced property transfers this week:
— 1204 Ashland Drive, Columbia 29229, fromEssex Homes Southeast Inc. to John J. Walker
— 152 Fox Hill Drive, Blythewood 29016, from EssexHomes Southeast Inc. to Mark K. Dailey and Danielle M.Dailey
— 404 Calabash Lane, Columbia 29223, fromEssex Homes Southeast Inc. to Marcus Anthony Brantley andJennifer L. Brantley
The highest-priced property transfers this week:
— 216 Pilgrim Church Road, Lexington 29072, fromClay L. Watkins and Susan C. Watkins to Teddy LloydWinegardner and Patricia Louise Winegardner
— 212 Royal Creek Drive, Lexington 29072, fromS.C. Pillon Homes Inc. to Ralph Mayer and Karen Shamburg 
— 224 Royal Creek Drive, Lexington 29072, fromS.C. Pillon Homes Inc. to William J. Viazanko and Bonnie C.Viazanko
The highest-priced property transfers this week:
— 115 Hackamore Lane, Camden 29020, fromHurricane Construction Inc. to Arlanda Bryant
— 9 Davington Court, Elgin 29045, from EssexHomes Southeast Inc. to David L. Erskine III and Kimberly D.Erskine, $234,940
— 20 Race Stable Court, Lugoff 29078, from EssexHomes Southeast Inc. to Randall A. Dechant, $203,704
Last Day oF the toUR oF hoMes
It’s Sunday morning andyou’re reading the Home-
nder section of The Statenewspaper. There’s plentyof ads for real estate agentsand new homes availablethroughout Columbia in thissection, and some probablyappeal to you. What’s your 
next step?
It’s a beautiful day so whynot go for a drive and takea look at some new homesthat are available right now?
Seeing them in person is so
much better than looking at pictures and diagrams. Butwhere to start? This is wherethe TOUR OF HOMEScomes in.We’ve got 53 new homesall mapped out for you inthe TOUR OF HOMES planbook, available free of charge on-line at www.co
lumbiabuilders.com, at theve Featured Communitieson the TOUR and at everylocal Russell & Jeffcoat RealEstate ofce in town.So, enjoy your morning andgo have some lunch, thentake the TOUR OF HOMES before the event ends.Homes are open from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. They arelocated all over town from
Camden to Lexington and in
many different price ranges.You pick the ones you wouldlike to visit and off you go.You’ll have a great day nd
-ing your next new home.
eRa WiLDeR ReaLty  WeLcoMes NeW BRokeR iN LexiNgtoN
ERA Wilder Realty hasrecently designated Chris
tina Scott as the new broker in charge at their Lexingtonofce. In her new leadershiprole, Scott will be providingknowledge and opportunities
to train and serve others.
Scott grew up in Ken
tucky and studied English,anthropology and sociologyat Transylvania Universityin Lexington, KY. She cameto South Carolina on the rststop of her world tour andhas now been here for 23years raising her family.She joins the ERA Wilder family with 15 years of realestate experience, and spe
cialty in new construction,service and training. Shesays her passion for helpingothers achieve their dreamshas been an exceling fac
tor throughout her career thus far, and she is a self- proclaimed “match maker at
“Whether you are lookingfor the perfect home or look 
ing for support in developingyour real estate career, I wantto be a part of making your dreams a reality,” says Scott.“I am more than thrilled to be joining the ERA Wilder family, and to be workingwith such a positive, skilledgroup of professionals.”
ReNee RoyaLL isNaMeD the NeW BRokeR at RUsseLL & JeFFcoat’sPoNtiac oFFice
Russell & Jeffcoat Real Es
tate would like to welcomeRenee Royall to her newrole as broker/manager of itsPontiac ofce. Formally edu
cated in marketing and pro
fessionally trained in sales by a Fortune 500 company,she was a District Sales Man
ager with responsibility for sales growth in 6 states. Af 
ter spending 10 years on theroad, in 2002, she decided tofocus her talents, educationand professional expertiseon a growing passion for realestate. The combination of her education, training, man
agement experience and pas
sion makes her the perfect tto lead the Pontiac ofce.Ron Roe, CEO of Rus
sell & Jeffcoat, stated, “Weare extremely proud to havesomeone with Renee’s pro
fessional expertise, ethics
and extensive management
experience including sixyears as a sales manager covering six states. Her  background as a trainer will benet Russell & Jeffcoatagents, clients and the localreal estate industry.”
eRa WiLDeR ReaLty  teaM cReech aNDcReeD RaNks iNNatioNaL toP FivePRoDUciNg teaMs
ERA Wilder Realty salesteam “Creech and Creed”has been ranked the number 3 ERA Top Associate TeamProducers in the country for their performance in totalunits closed in 2012. Theyclosed 139 transactions, andover 20 million in sales.“We were so honored toreceive this award, and wecannot give enough thanksto our clients and those whosend us referrals,” said MaryBeth Creed. This is the 6th National award combinedfor John Creech and MaryBeth Creed in the past 7
Creech and Creed is locat
ed in ERA Wilder Realty’sDowntown Columbia of 
ce. Contact John Creech at(803)-608-0920, Mary BethCreed at (803)-665-8769, or Alex Hopkins at (803)-528-8161 to nd out how thisnationally ranked team cansatisfy your real estate needs.
hoMes 2 haRvesthoPe FooD BaNk 
Yip Premier Real Estate isa proud partner of HarvestHope Food Bank. For every property sold by Yip Premier Real Estate, 5% of the com
 pany prots from the salewill be donated to HarvestHope as a part of the Homes2 Harvest Hope Program.This program aims to raiseawareness in the communityof the ongoing effort to ghthunger in the Columbia area.“Food and shelter are two basic human needs,” saidowner Karen Yip. “Yip Pre
mier Real Estate assists cli
ents with nding the right
home- it is my intention
through our company contri
 butions to tie these two needs
together to support the ongo-
ing efforts of Harvest Hope.”For more information re
garding Harvest Hope FoodBank, please visit: http://
5 toP PRoDUceRs atcoLDWeLL BaNkeRUNiteD, ReaLtoRs
 oN toP 10 List
The real estate market is onthe upswing. Five ColdwellBanker United, Realtors
agents with four from theMidtown ofce are in thethick of the business. Theseve agents are in the top tenon the Multiple Listing Ser 
vice (MLS) agent marketshare report for the period of Jan. 1 through March 15th.Michel Moore out of theMidtown ofce is at the topof the list for Coldwell Bank 
er United, Realtors
alongwith Franklin Jones, AmandaPayne, Kit & Johnny Oswald(team), Whit Moore and Cal
houn McMeekin. The groupsold a total of 20 homeswith a combined value of $7,161,710.“The real estate marketis continuing to improve inColumbia and we are proudand excited that we have somany sales associates on theTop Ten volume producingagents report in Columbia”says Glenn Niere, Presidentand COO of Coldwell Bank 
er, United
Realtors Caroli
nas Region.“This is an exciting time
and our agents are prepared
to serve those who are look 
ing to buy and sell their homes. Our agents knowtheir markets and what isneeded to negotiate success
ful trans
Lake caRoLiNa $aLe-oR PRogRaM aNNoUNces 2013 WiNNeR
Lake Carolina partner andSuper $ale-or, Bruce Siron,wins $10,000 from LakeCarolina Properties. BruceSiron works with Russell &Jeffcoat in downtown Co
lumbia, SC and has been amulti-seller in Lake Carolinafor several years. His part
nership with Lake CarolinaProperties afforded him anentry into the $10,000 draw
ing, in which his name waschosen randomly at the ex
clusive $ale-or party held atthe Lake House on April 12.“Bruce always stops in at theCentral Sales Center on hisway into Lake Carolina tolearn what is new. Histori
cally, our real estate partnerswho take advantage of our free services, tours and in
formation sell more homessays, Carol Douis Presidentof Lake Carolina Properties.We value Bruce’s dedica
tion & partnership with LakeCarolina Properties year af 
-ter year.”
The top selling companiesinclude: Russell & Jeffcoat,Keller Williams-Harbinsonand ERA Wilder Realty -Sparkleberry. We’d like toacknowledge Micah Collinswith Keller Williams, whosold 4 homes last year withus and is our top selling co-op real estate partner.To learn more about part
nering with Lake CarolinaProperties and how you can become a Lake Carolina$ale-or please visit www.LakeCarolina.com/Realtors.aspx or call 803-736-5253(LAKE). Lake Carolina
Properties strives to partner 
with all of our local real es
tate companies and is happy
to meet with new or sea-soned agents or those getting
 back into the business to helpthem become multiple Super $ale-ors too.Lake Carolina offers resi
dents a variety of amenitiesfrom community poolstoour 200 acre lake, miles of trails, an on-site YMCA andtop-rated schools. The widesidewalks and abundance of  parks and green space pro
vide the perfect backdropfor all the friendly neighborsthat stop and chat. There areoutdoor movies and con
certs, oyster roasts and aWine Festival.Lake Carolina, situated on1850 acres in Columbia, SC,is Columbia’s #1 Neighbor 
hood. Within the communityare over six miles of shore
line on a 200-acre freshwa
ter lake for shing, sailing, boating and waterskiing;30+ miles of walking trails;a Town Center with shop
 ping, dining and professionalservices, Columbia’s newestYMCA, Richland 2 schools;and 20+ community eventseach year. Lake Carolinafeatures single family homesfrom the $120’s to $500’s+ built by top national and re
gional builders in additionto a custom home building
Visit www.LakeCarolina.com to learn more!actions.”
says Niere.
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