McGuinn’s newest community, Bickely Estates, puts its homeowners squarely in award-winning Lexington Richland School District Five’s Chapin schools! This location, with its proximity to Lake Murray, Chapin, and Ballentine is perfect for recreation, shopping, schools and entertainment. Off Old Bush River Road between Sid Bickley and Wessinger Roads.
If you have never lived in this part of Greater Columbia, SC, you may not be aware of the great things there are around here to do. The Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission operates several parks not far away – Melvin Park with its newly developed tennis center, Splash Pad, picnic shelter and athletic fields and Crooked Creek Park with its popular senior programs, fitness center, athletic fields and arts programs. Boaters and fishermen will appreciate being so close to Lake Murray with public boat launches nearby.
These homes, all under construction, use a carefully engineered smaller home plan (The Dogwood) for low maintenance and high energy efficiency.
1,158 Square Feet
The Dogwood is a great layout of space that maximizes the use of its 1158 square feet. Front porch large enough for a couple of rocking chairs, an open floor plan with a spacious great room, dining room and kitchen, all flowing together for great conversation, entertainment, and relaxation with family and friends.
The kitchen has an eat-at bar, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, large pantry, and a door leading to a covered porch in the rear. A large master bedroom is tucked in the rear of the home for privacy, including a walk-in closet and spacious shower. Two more bedrooms, another full bath, laundry room, and big closets complete the space. This social and space-efficient home seamlessly merges comfortable living with practicality.
134 Bickely Manor
A tan exterior, a columned entry, and a 4-way slant roof for homeowners who like their appearance to be straight to-the-point. (As a bonus, this model is $210 cheaper.)
137 Bickely Manor
This grey stony exterior features a gabled front and lengthy top-to-bottom columns, for homeowners who want their house to look stoic.