Governors Grant, a Lexington, SC neighborhood, is located just off Old Chapin Road near the intersection of Old Chapin and Old Cherokee Road. Governors Grant homes range in price from the low $300’s to $700’s and offer homes from 2,400 square feet to more than 6,000 square feet. This mature neighborhood has focused on maintaining some of the existing trees and creating lots that offer residents privacy, with some lot sizes reaching more than 1 acre. There are currently lots available in Governors Grant to build your dream home as well as a nice selection of resale homes.
Governors Grant is location in Lexington, South Carolina. It was awarded the 1994 Community of the Year by the Columbia Home Builders Association.
For several years, Governors Grant has been recognized for the top number of sales of homes over $150,000 in the Greater Columbia area.
Governors Grant now has more than 300 homes with another 150 planned.
Governors Grant is located just minutes from most shopping in Lexington, to included grocery stores, large chain stores, as well as quaint shops for that small town feel. Residents have just a short drive to reach Irmo, which has a major shopping area as well as downtown Columbia, SC for a wide variety of both shopping and restaurants.
Situated just 10 minutes from I-20 and less than 15 minutes from I-26, this location is perfect for accessibility. The airport is just a 25 minute drive. Governors Grant is in close proximity of Lake Murray and provides plenty of opportunity for boating, skiing, fishing, swimming, and picknicking with just a 5 minute drive to the public boat landing.
Governors Grant, features a team of local home builders, offering a diversity of home plans and custom features along with a strong commitment to quality and a desire to continue the tradition of excellence in Governors Grant.
Homes range in size from 3000 to over 5000 square feet.
Deed restrictions and architectural review insure compatibility of all homes constructed.
Approximately 1/2 to 2 acre lots in a 380-acre tract of rolling terrain.
Heavily wooded, stands of trees are protected by limited cutting and pre-approval of landscaping plans.
A clubhouse, a Junior Olympic pool with cabana.
Lexington District l, which includes Lexington High, Lexington Middle and Midway, Elementary School.