Trinity Ridge is a new home community southeast of Fort Mill off of Doby’s Bridge Rd. It is located next to popular Fort Mill neighborhood Huntington Farms. This area of Fort Mill is perfect for those looking for a private, secluded neighborhood. Once the Fort Mill Bypass is built, the drive from the Doby’s Bridge area to I-77 will be greatly reduced.
Lots in Trinity Ridge are in excess of 1 acre and are heavily wooded with hardwoods and pines. Development of Trinity Ridge began during the height of the bubble and building came to a virtual standstill for several years. Because of this, there are still many lots available and building is once again taking place as inventory has dropped. Prices have come down significantly as well. Homes that were selling for close to $800,000 back in 2007 are selling in the $500s.
Beck Design Group owns a number of lots in Trinity Ridge. If interested in building a custom home with Beck, visit beckdesigngroupllc.com to learn more about what they offer.
The elegant custom homes in Trinity Ridge have it all: extensive hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens with granite counters, large islands, stainless steel appliances, and pantries, heavy moldings and built-ins, stone fireplaces, 3-car garages, and outdoor living areas. Many of the homes are in excess of 4,500 square feet. Current HOA fees are $600 a year.
Trinity Ridge is part of the Fort Mill School District and residents attend Fort Mill Elementary, Fort Mill Middle, and Nation Ford High School.
Neighborhoods in Fort Mill that have similarly sized and priced homes are Beckenham, Springfield, and Eppington South.