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The Hampton Hills neighborhood in Columbia is well located to take advantage of the features the surrounding area has to offer. Heathwood Park, Hampton Memorial Park, Lake Katherine, and the Veteran’s Memorial Freeway, or Interstate 77, are nearby. Also in this area are Fort Jackson and Garner’s Ferry Road.

The community of Hampton Hills consists of two-story condominiums. Most residents either have a first-level or a second-story apartment, though some of these condominiums have as many as three bedrooms. Some of the buildings that make up Hampton Hills overlook community pools. This neighborhood is a culturally diverse, close-knit area.

Public schools for this community are Brennen Elementary, Crayton Middle, and AC Flora. Education is overseen in this district by Richland One.

Lake Katherine, a local reservoir and fishing favorite, is beside the Hampton Hills neighborhood. Fort Jackson, a massive army military training center and base, is also adjacent to the community. More than 50,000 soldiers are trained in basic and advanced skills at this base.

Hampton Hills residents appreciate the shopping plazas, retail stores, and pharmacies in this area. Woodhill Mall Shopping Center is on Garner’s Ferry Road, as is Cedar Terrace Shopping Center. Landmark Square Shopping Plaza is also an easy drive for neighborhood residents.

The William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center is across the interstate from these shopping plazas. Such family staples as Target, Rite-Aid, Bi-Lo’s Grocery Store, CVS, and Walgreens are nearby.

In the vicinity that surrounds Hampton Hills, residences and visitors can find within five miles the Governor’s Mansion, the State House and the Historic Columbia House Museum. The South Carolina Governor’s Mansion was built in 1855. One of the rare buildings to survive the Civil War, it became the residence of the Governor in 1868. The State House is where the South Carolina Senators and the House of Representatives meet.

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