Dominion Bridge is a quiet Fort Mill Neighborhood located off of Doby’s Bridge Rd and consists of approximately 135 homes. Other Doby’s Bridge Rd Neighborhoods located near Dominion Bridge are The Forest, Whitegrove, and Massey. There are quite a few mature trees in the neighborhood and many different styles of 2-story homes. Most of the homes were built between 2005 and 2006 and Ryan homes constructed a good number of the houses.
Many Dominion Bridge homes feature open floor plans, well suited for modern family life. Homes currently available in Dominion Bridge are listed between the low 200s and the mid 200s and average around 2,400 square feet. There are 3,4, and 5 bedroom homes available and lots average just under a quarter of an acre.
There is currently a Bypass in the works which will cross Doby’s Bridge Rd between Dominion Bridge and the Whitegrove Subdivision. Construction should start in August of 2012 and the Bypass will eventually connect up to Springfield Parkway making access to I-77 much easier from this side of Fort Mill. If looking to buy in Dominion Bridge, be sure to consult the map of the proposed bypass.
Currently Dominion Bridge residents attend Fort Mill Elementary, Fort Mill Middle, and Nation Ford High School. The Fort Mill School District remains one of the fastest growing in the state, even though growth has slowed to about 4% a year. To deal with this growth, a new elementary school is planned for August 2014 just down Doby’s Bridge Rd in the Massey Development. Most likely, Dominion Bridge residents would attend this new elementary school.
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