Conveniently located to Columbia attractions, events, and centers, WildeWood neighborhood communities provide charming, quiet suburban homes.
WildeWood is a collection of smaller neighborhoods featuring many premier homes and townhomes for sale. Residents can enjoy golf courses with clubhouses, tennis courts, and swimming pools if they choose to join The Members Club at Woodcreek and WildeWood .
WildeWood covers 1,600 acres and is buffered by Sesqui-Centennial State Park, which offers two nature trails, camp grounds, kayak and canoe rentals, fishing, and a 6-mile bicycle loop. Sparkleberry Crossing Shopping Center is minutes from WildeWood and includes restaurants, fitness centers, and gift stores.
Located off Interstate 20, WildeWood offers suburban neighborhood comfort and community while still being only 20 miles from downtown Columbia, S.C. Whether you commute to downtown for work or want to enjoy a night out, newly-finished road construction on I-20 makes your drive easier and more convenient.
WildeWood is also located 45 minutes from Columbia Metropolitan Airport and 20 minutes from Fort Jackson and allows for easy access to I-77 and I-26. On the original WildeWood property, WildeWood Downs is a gated retirement community that offers patio and garden homes and apartments for independent living along with other care opportunities.
WildeWood is less than fifteen minutes away from the Village at Sandhill, a shopping and social center with numerous activities and vendors like Marble Slab Ice Creamery, Belk, Nestlé Toll House Cafe, Anne Taylor Loft, and much more. Regal Sandhill Stadium Cinema 16 boasts an IMAX and RPX theater for your current movie needs
WildeWood residents are zoned for the following award-winning Richland School Disctrict 2 schools: Polo Road Elementary School, Windsor Elementary School, E.L. Wright Middle School, and Spring Valley High School.