Gregg’s Mill is a new development in Graniteville, SC located at 1102 Ackerman Drive, just off of Jefferson Davis / Highway 1. You can choose between ranch and two-story homes that start in the $150s and range from 1,672 to 2,450 square feet in size. You’re just a stone’s throw from Aiken Technical College, Sunset Memory Gardens and Langley Pond. Here are 10 reasons our real estate agents recommend moving to this neighborhood.
Top 10 Perks For Gregg’s Mill Residents:
1. The Homes Are High-Quality And Affordable.
Homes begin in the $150’s, but the builders often run generous special (such as paying up to $3,000 in Closing Costs PLUS up to $5,000 Buyer Incentives and Side by Side Stainless Refrigerator!) Homes come with deluxe features like granite countertops, stained cabinets, tile backsplashes, fireplaces, and automatic sprinklers. USDA loans are available.
2. Gregg’s Mill Is A Good Central Location.
Everything you want is 30 minutes or less from home. Get to Aiken in 14 minutes and Augusta in 22! Highway 1 is just off your doorstep to give you a quick path to neighboring cities.
3. Sidewalks and Street Lights Keep Residents Safe.
Did you know that street lighting reduces crime by 7 percent? Did you also know that sidewalks prevent 88 percent of accidents involving pedestrians and cars? Gregg’s Mill provides families with a walkable community that contains sidewalks and street lights, as well as underground utilities.
4. New Features Are Coming Soon.
The future plan for Gregg’s Mill includes exciting amenities for homeowners.
5. Gregg’s Mill Neighbors Are Welcoming.
We often hear from residents that Gregg’s Mill has a great communal spirit. Since everyone is relatively new here, families have a chance to grow together and became a part of their community. Barbecues, Santa meet-and-greets, and neighborhood beautifying projects are available for those who wish to participate.
6. These Homes Are Less Than 1 Mile From Langley Pond.
Langley Pond is the world’s largest pond — measuring a few inches short of being classified as a lake. You can walk to the area for Bass and Perch fishing, as well as swimming, picnicking, water and jet skiing, or boating. Here you’ll find playgrounds, events areas, a bathhouse, a concession stand, and docks.
7. Graniteville’s Cost of Living Is Below Average.
Families living in Gregg’s Mill pay 17.50% less than the national average to live in Graniteville. This includes housing, utilities, clothing, entertainment, dining, services, groceries and health care.
8. Shopping, Restaurants and Events Are Nearby.
You can shop for groceries at Reid’s, right at the corner of this development. Wal-Mart and CVS are just 5 miles down the road. Petrita’s Mexican Restaurant is also right at the corner of the street, but you can also hop in the car to find seafood, Thai, fast food and breakfast. You’re very close to concerts and arts activities in both Augusta and Aiken as well.
9. USC and Aiken Tech Are Situated 1 – 8 Miles Away.
Over 6,500 students attend Aiken Technical College and the University of South Carolina Aiken. Educational programs range from just a few months to several years. This area cultivates professionals in fields like nursing, engineering, criminal justice, English, history, chemistry, nuclear science, sports medicine, math and psychology.
10. Parks And Recreation Are Available Nearby.
Local parks include: Willie Whaley Park (which has a Community Center rental available); Lynwood Community Center; Gloverville Park; and Burnettown Sassafras Park. Whether you want to picnic, play a game of baseball, or push your child on a swing, these facilities are just moments from your doorstep.
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*Note: Neighborhood Amenities, Features, and Incentives vary by neighborhood and floor plan. All information herein deemed reliable, but may change without notice.