7060 Burwick Run,Beech Island, SC 29841
Starting from$ 250's
The Retreat at Storm Branch is a new Bill Beazley Homes Community in Aiken County, SC. The homes in The Retreat at Storm Branch are situated on large, private wooded home sites and contain all of the features you expect to find in an upscale neighborhood and then some. The beautiful neighborhood entrance, which includes a water feature, was designed to make you feel like you are coming home to your own personal retreat and we have gone the extra mile to accomplish that. Come see for yourself. We look forward to seeing you soon. Future Pool and Activity Center!
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Beautiful 24.4 acre tract in Appling, (Tract A-1). Already cleared for home site. Beautiful views. Great location. Plenty of wildlife. Primarily wooded. Gently sloping land. Would make a great location for an estate home or small farm. Peaceful country living. See more at See More Info
Augusta is the oldest and second largest city in Georgia. Augusta has been rated as the second best place
to live in Georgia. (Places Rated Almanac). Situated on the beautiful Savannah River, Augusta is approximately 150 miles east of Atlanta on Interstate 20 in east central Georgia at the South Carolina border. Augusta is centrally located just two and a half hours from the beach and the mountains.
Columbia County, the 12th county formed in Georgia, was created in 1790. Originally part of Richmond County, Columbia County was named for Christopher Columbus. Rapid growth has transformed this county from a rural neighbor of Augusta to the major suburban county in the second largest metropolitan area in Georgia.
Aiken County is the only county in the United States named "Aiken." Formed in 1871 by combining portions of Edgefield, Lexington, Orangeburg and Barnwell counties, Aiken County was named for William Aiken, the first president of the South Carolina Railroad and Canal Company. Mr. Aiken reportedly never visited the County.
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