The Turner Real Estate Group would like to welcome you to a tour of Eppington South.
Eppington South is an upscale neighborhood located in Fort Mill, SC. It’s located off of Gold Hill Rd just 1 mile from I-77 at Exit 88.
The first homes in Eppington South were built in the 1990s and tend to be 3,000- 3,500 square feet on 3 quarter acre lots, with still plenty of lots to select from for building a new custom home.
A drive through Eppington South reveals why it is one of Fort Mill’s premier Neighborhoods. It is filled with beautiful homes with fabulous architectural details nestled on large lots and impeccable landscaping. Many of the newer homes are in excess of 4,000 square feet with 3-car garages, expansive gourmet kitchens, hardwood floors, and over-sized rooms. These homes are so beautiful, you’ll never want to leave.
PWhether it’s business or recreation you are looking for, you can find it in close proximity to Eppington South. Many new grocers, local shops, dining, and fitness centers are all within a short 5 minute drive.
Eppington South is part of the Fort Mill School District and residents currently attend Pleasant Knoll Elementary, Springfield Middle School, and Nation Ford High School.
When looking for a home in the Fort Mill area, Eppington South’s beautiful homes, exquisite landscapes, and large lots may just be the neighborhood that you have been looking to find.
For more information on this neighborhood any many others located in the Fort Mill area please visit arbieturnerhomes.com. We would love to have the opportunity to serve your needs.
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