The Twin Cities

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: February 8, 2017

Residents of South Carolina’s “Twin Cities”, Batesburg-Leesville, live in one of this state’s best small towns. Some of the perks of living in “B-L” are renowned Lexington County School District Three schools, including a Fine Arts Center and Lifelong Learning Center, two historical downtown districts, proximity to Columbia and Lake Murray, and its closeness to the mountains and the ocean.

B-L started out as two separate municipalities, then Batesburg and Leesville consolidated in 1993 into what is now a town spanning almost eight square miles. It is home to the acclaimed South Carolina Poultry Festival and to award-winning barbecue restaurants, quality local retail stores, and local craft artisans. In addition to all of this, B-L is far enough away from bigger cities to enjoy tranquil country living among the peach trees and the fields. When McGuinn Hybrid Homes decided to build its Miller Woods community in B-L, we saw firsthand the hospitality and friendliness that make up this area’s smaller town values, and were impressed with its locale and potential, but even more so with its beauty, and feeling of safety and comfort.

Batesburg-Leesville has always maintained a strong sense of community. History and traditions are viewed with pride by the people who live there, and everyone is treated as a neighbor. Buying local and civic participation has always been the trend here, as has their “family state of mind”.

“That’s the type of community where our neighborhoods flourish”, said Wade McGuinn, CEO of McGuinn Hybrid Homes.

CEO Wade McGuinn

McGuinn Homes

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