Lancaster South Carolina was established in the mid 1700’s by Scotland, Irish and English settlers who came from the famous region House of Lancaster and saw this area as a ‘Garden of Eden’.
Not much has changed in the sense it is still a wonderful place to live, and the birthplace of Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the U.S.
Lancaster is close to Rock Hill, which you can access by driving Northeast to visit or look at Rock Hill homes for sale. You can also head Southwest from Lancaster to take a look at the available homes for sale in Blythewood. If you keep driving Southwest from Blythewood, you’ll run into Columbia and Cayce, where you can take a look at the Columbia homes and Cayce homes for sale. Going Southeast from there, you can checkout Sumter homes for sale, and see which area you prefer.
There are many options in the Lancaster area, and all are great places to live and look for real estate.
A great place to both visit and live, you can search for homes in the area here: