Powderhouse LandingFinal phase selling fast! New model open daily. Less than 10 minutes from the city center, Powderhouse Landing is located in a sought after area of Aiken. This swim community offers contemporary new home designs with open concept spaces built for the way you live. If single level living is on your wish list, ranch plans are available in addition to traditional two-story designs. Get everything on your list including stainless steel appliances, granite, fireplaces in the family room and window blinds throughout. 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. Plus, benefit from lower SC taxes!
Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sun 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Covered Gazebo
- Picnic Tables
- 2 miles to Odell Weeks Activity Center
- 2 miles to Citizens Park
School Districts Near Home
East Aiken Elementary
Public | PK-5
Public | 6-8
Public | 6
South Aiken High
Public | 9-12
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Homes from the $226s
1,376 - 3,481 sq. ft.
Aiken, South Carolina
Find Your New D.R. Horton Home in Aiken, South Carolina
Ranked as one of the South's best small towns, Aiken is the seat of Aiken County in western South Carolina. Named for William Aiken, the president of the South Carolina Railroad, this charming city’s storied history goes all the way back to 1835.
What Makes Aiken Unique
Horses. This extraordinary part of South Carolina is famous for its rich equestrian culture. You’ll find evidence of this popular pastime all over the city.
Another special feature of this area is the Aiken campus of the University of South Carolina.
Aiken has been named "best small town of the South" by Southern Living. It’s part of the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area).
Things To Do
The great outdoors, history that’s literally everywhere, along with beautiful parks and bustling shopping districts make Aiken the place to be. Plus, it offers a location right across the river from busy Augusta, Georgia. Below is a very short list of things to do and places to see. There is so much more to Aiken than meets the eye!
Hitchcock Woods. One of the largest urban forests in the nation, offering 65 miles of sandy trails for hiking and horseback riding.
Aiken Center for the Arts. Educational classes, fine art gallery sales, cultural activities, and support of local artists.
Aiken County Historical Museum. Immerse yourself in the history of this stunning Southern city. The building housing the museum is a "Winter Colony" cottage originally built in 1860.
Aiken Trolley Tours. Visit some of the highlights of the city aboard a comfortable “trolley-like” vehicle. Air conditioned? You betcha!
DuPont Planetarium and RPSEC Observatory. View the heavens in comfort and style inside this state-of-the-art planetarium featuring 30 ft. diameter dome. There is also an observatory open for telescope viewing following each show, weather permitting.
Hopelands Gardens. A 14-acre estate opened to the public in 1969 as a public garden. Walk in the shade of 100 year old live oaks and relax among some of the most beautiful water fountains in the city.