Lake Murray has become a major recreation and residential destination in
Central South Carolina. Situated on 50,000 acres, Lake Murray borders
Lexington, Chapin and Irmo, and is only a short drive from Columbia.
Archadeck has been serving Lake Murray homeowners for over 13 years, and
we are still going strong as the area continues to grow with new neighborhoods
and extended outdoor living opportunities. With all of the development
of the homes on and around the lake, the residents want to enjoy South
Carolina’s ideal year-round weather and spend more time outdoors.
Even those with modest homes are investing in custom outdoor living spaces.
The most popular types of spaces for Lake Murray clients include
screened porches and outdoor fire features such as
fire pits, and even outdoor kitchens. Combination outdoor living spaces that include
one or more outdoor structures within a single design are also popular
among Lake Murray residents. Read more about the joys of outdoor living
on the lake on our page titled Just Add Water.
Regardless of whether Lake Murray is the location of your vacation home
or permanent residence, the perks of waterfront living are endless. Many
of Lexington’s waterfront communities can be found around Lake Murray.
Archadeck of Central South Carolina services the following Lake Murray
Cherokee Shores, Cobblestone Park, Edgewater Shores, Hallmark Shores, Harbour
Place, Secret Cove, Kings Grant, Kingston Harbour, Laguna Vista Estates,
Laurel Falls, Maritime Place, Murray Forest, Olde Park, Palmetto Shores,
Panorama Point, Rose Lake, Sweetbay, Timberlake, Twelve Oaks Lane, Turtle
Cove, Turner’s Point, Windward Pointe, Woodcreek Farms and many more!
Did you Know?
- Lake Murray is South Carolina’s largest lake.
- Lake Murray extends into four counties – Richland, Lexington, Newberry
- The lake was originally constructed in the 1930s as a hydro-electric generating facility.
- Lake Murray is 41 miles long and 14 miles wide at its widest point. It
covers an area of 78 square miles with 649 miles of shoreline.
- Lake Murray is the home of some of the most majestic wildlife in South
Carolina, including the Great Blue Heron, the Striped Bass, and millions
of migrating Purple Martins.