Why We Love Columbia, SC!

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Affectionately known as River City because it’s located at the confluence of three rivers, Columbia is remarkable place to call home. We’re proud to live and work in this area!
 
When we think of Columbia, a few things come to mind immediately: great food, southern hospitality and the Gamecocks! As South Carolina’s state capital, Columbia has so much to offer. Located downtown, the University of South Carolina, is among the top universities in the nation! The region is also home to passionate sports fans, especially during football season. The Gamecocks football team plays home games in Williams-Brice Stadium, which seats over 80,000 people.
 
We love to eat and Columbia is increasingly known for its emerging food scene and variety of nightlife options to suit any taste. Great local restaurants abound throughout Columbia and West Columbia.
 
The area also boasts a number of attractions and beautiful parks. Of course, as the state’s capital, the South Carolina State House and South Carolina State Museum (the largest museum in the state) are must-see spots for locals and visitors alike. We also love the Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Garden. One of the region’s top attractions, the zoo includes approximately 2,000 animals.
 
If you feel like relaxing, Columbia has you covered with Lake Murray. Less than 30 minutes away, the lake boasts 600 miles of shoreline and is often referred to as the “Jewel of South Carolina.” We couldn’t agree more.
 
The simple truth is that Columbia has it all! Conveniently located in West Columbia, Abberly Village is near everything the area offers. Come visit and discover what makes Columbia, SC so special. If you’re looking for a new place to call home or moving to the area, we invite you to visit us at Abberly Village to find your new apartment and enjoy stunning amenities.

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