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Our Community

Spring Valley is the premier secure community in Northeast Columbia, SC. Our custom homes are spread out over 1200 acres of rolling hills and mature landscaping, with many homes bordering the prestigious Spring Valley Country Club or one of eight lakes.

Spring Valley is convenient to downtown Columbia, I-20, I-77, as well as great shopping at The Village at Sandhill and Trenholm Plaza. Spring Valley children attend award-winning Richland District 2 schools.


Close-Knit Community


Whether it's biking or jogging with friends, strolling with the little ones, gathering in backyards and cul-de-sacs for bar-b-ques and parties, Spring Valley is a place where neighbors become friends... lifelong friends.


With Nelson Elementary flanking the border of Spring Valley and within walking distance of many of our homes, children and their parents and grandparents for decades have come together for school and after-school activities. Some of our homeowners, who now have children of their own attending Nelson, were once Nelson students themselves.


So as you look for a place to lay down roots in Columbia, remember that there are some new Spring Valley friends waiting to meet you!


Award-Winning Schools


The neighborhood is served by Richland School District Two, one of the top school districts in the state of South Carolina. Spring Valley is zoned for the following schools:


High Schools
Spring Valley High School 


Richland Northeast High School 

(residents of Spring Valley have a choice)


Middle School 
E. L. Wright


Elementary School 

Nelson Elementary


In addition, residents zoned for RSD2 have their choice of magnet programs. For more information, visit: Richland Two Magnet Programs

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World-Class Amenities

In the center of the community is the Spring Valley Country Club which offers championship golf, tennis with nine clay courts, championship swimming, and dining facilities.


To inquire more about memberships, visit the Spring Valley Country Club website.

Communities within Our Community


Some homes in the Park Shore Drive area, Lake owners and Courtyard property owners are members of additional associations within Spring Valley. These associations are run separately from Spring Valley Homeowners Association and have separate dues and additional by-laws. Learn more about them below.

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Block Park and Block I



This segment of Spring Valley consists of 110 homes that are on Park Shore Drive East, Park Shore Drive West, Park Shore Drive North, Reeves Court, Park Lake Road and certain homes on Northlake Road.


If your property lies in Block Park or Block I, your attention is call to your deed in which it grants special privileges to those property owners regarding the use of Park Shore Lake, the recreation park and the walkway between Park Shore Drive West and Park Shore Drive East.

By-Laws for Block Park and
Block I Community


8 Lake



Owners whose property has lake front boundaries adjoins a lake have the privilege of using the entire lake for swimming, boating and fishing subject to rules, regulations and prohibitions approved by a majority of the owners of the property bordering the lake.

The Lake Communities Are:

Park Shore Lake Association
(SCDHEC regulated Class 1 dam)

Last inspected November 21, 2022


Clark Lake Association

(SCDHEC regulated Class 1 dam)

Last inspected November 21, 2022


Spring Valley Lake

(Two SCDHEC regulated Class 1 dams)

Last inspected November 21, 2022


Lower Spring Valley Lake

(SCDHEC regulated Class 1 dam)

Last inspected November 21, 2022


Entrance Lake

(SCDHEC regulated Class 1 dam)

Last inspected November 21, 2022


Upper Flora Pond


Lower Flora Pond


Riding Ridge Pond



(Spring Valley Section 14)

In 1984 Spring Valley Section 14, more commonly known as the Courtyard, annexed their property to Spring Valley. The homes in the Courtyard were developed in a manner compatible with Spring Valley.

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