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Anderson Farms is located on Aiken’s south side in South Carolina. Within minutes of the community, access healthcare, restaurants, boutique shopping, national retailers and arts and cultural events.
Home sites in Anderson Farms generally range in size from approximately 2 to 5 acres. If a larger property is desired, the combination of two home sites may be considered for approval.
Natural gas is available for all property owners in Anderson Farms, and we are currently selecting a trusted broadband and phone provider as well. Homes in Anderson Farms will utilize well water and septic tanks.
Anderson Farms has thoughtfully created protective covenants and building guidelines to ensure the aesthetic appeal of the community for the long term. Click opens in a new windowhere to review the protective covenants and building guidelines on the AFPOA website.
Home sites start in the $70,000s in Anderson Farms. New home pricing in Anderson Farms will vary based on your selections; however, homes start in the $400,000s.
Horses are welcomed at Anderson Farms. We offer a community riding ring, riding trails, and a collection of homes that incorporate a space for your equine family members into the design of your custom home.
Farm animals that do not weigh more than 100 pounds such as chickens and goats are allowed, so long as they are not intended for slaughter. Animal regulations in Anderson Farms are in accordance with Aiken County ordinances, so with additional questions on animals, please contact us today.
Anderson Farms offers the following conveniences to its neighbors:
- Optional membership at The Reserve Club at Woodside
- A pond with dock access, perfect for kayaking, canoeing or paddle boarding
- An equestrian riding ring and riding trails
- Nature and walking trails that extend into the adjacent Hollow Creek Nature Preserve
- An amenity area, where a community garden, community chicken coop, pecan and peach mini-orchard can all be accessed
Anderson Farms students attend Aiken County Public Schools, where 61% of teachers carry advanced degrees and 91% of students graduate and pursue higher education opportunities.
Bridgewater at Anderson Farms is a neighborhood located within the community, accessed by a private road, that has direct access to the community’s dock and pond in a beautiful, pastoral setting.