Hitchcock Crossing D.R. Horton

1,774 - 3,481



Hitchcock Crossing

Hitchcock Crossing was voted Aiken's 2020 Choice for Best New Home Community by readers of the Aiken Standard. Conveniently situated just minutes from historic downtown Aiken, Hitchcock Crossing is an intimate neighborhood nestled in 350 acres of gentle rolling, wooded terrain located across from Aiken's famed Hitchcock Woods, the largest urban forest in the state. Our new home designs offer up to 5 bedrooms. Plus, you will never be too far from home with Home Is Connected.® Your new home is built with an industry leading suite of smart home products that keep you connected with the people and place you value most. Hurry! Less than 10 opportunities remain!

Community Information

Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sun 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Contact Info
Hitchcock Crossing
  • New Phase Now Selling
  • Up To 5 Bedrooms

My Notes

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Warrenville Elementary

Public | PK-5

1.8 mi.
School Name Distance

Langley Bath Clearwater Middle

Public | 6-8

5.7 mi.
School Name Distance

Midland Valley High

Public | 9-12

5 mi.

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Area Information


From the sun-drenched white sandy beaches to Angel Oak, the oldest tree east of the Mississippi, and the colorful landscape of its quintessential southern gardens, South Carolina is chock-full of natural charm as sweet as its hospitality.

With plenty of manufacturing plants, suppliers and other companies, the state’s skilled workforce and strong infrastructure make South Carolina a premier location for corporations large and small. Luckily, with a large portion of the population living in small towns, there’s never too much traffic. Even big cities like Columbia and Charleston only have commute times of 17 and 21 minutes, respectively.

The small-town, local charm of the Palmetto State is as common as the rocking chairs that adorn its wrap-around porches.