This historic neighborhood surrounds the 66-acre forest Earlewood Park, which is within walking distance of every home in the community. Though it's in close proximity to urban amenities, this community has all the tranquility of any historic neighborhood. Featuring primarily Craftsman bungalow homes and young singles and family residents, this neighborhood is filled with diversity. Originally used for farming, this area has a rich history and is home to the oldest standing building in Richland County, a log cabin that dates back to the 18th century. The neighborhood is also home to the site of Columbia mayor's surrender to General Sherman during his Civil War-era march to the sea. Earlewood is a must-see neighborhood for its historical importance and ambiance, so make sure to take a walk along these peaceful streets when you visit Columbia!
Earlewood is located in Richland County and is zoned for Richland School District One -- Hyatt Park, Logan, and E.E. Taylor Elementary School, Heyward Gibbes and St. Andrews Middle school, and Columbia and Eau Claire High School.
Amazing all brick ranch bungalow in super popular Earlewood communtiy. Great location very close to the new Bull Street development, the popular North Main corridor, Mai...
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