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231 Apartments for rent in Cayce, SC

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14 Units Available
Advenir at One Eleven
111 Knox Abbott Drive
Cayce, SC
Studio
$1,105
551 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,275
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,505
1279 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:51 AM
Welcome to Advenir at One Eleven Columbia, SC. Our community comes with convenient features that allow you to thrive and balance all aspects of your busy professional life in your new home.
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6 Units Available
Fountains of Edenwood
1200 N Eden Dr
Cayce, SC
1 Bedroom
$800
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,015
1150 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:47 AM
Close to the University of South Carolina, I-26, and I-77. On-site amenities include a pool, playground, and dog park. Apartments feature walk-in closets, washer and dryer connections, and carpeting. Pet-friendly.
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9 Units Available
Indigo at Brickworks
111 Brickworks Dr
Cayce, SC
1 Bedroom
$1,240
733 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,465
1244 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:09 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Indigo at Brickworks in Cayce. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1601 Granby Road
1601 Granby Road
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$997
1176 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:43 AM
** Call for details!! 803-339-3444 ** ** Unfortunately this property does not qualify for section 8 housing vouchers.
1 Unit Available
1513 Dunbar Road
1513 Dunbar Road
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$975
955 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:43 AM
Come tour this three bed, one bath home today! This unit has 955 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans, is freshly
1 Unit Available
2894 Elm Street
2894 Elm Street
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,499
1950 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:43 AM
Come tour this three bed, two bath home today! This unit has 1950 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, hardwood floors, fireplace, stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans,
1 Unit Available
113 Pecan Lane
113 Pecan Lane
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1479 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 05:44 AM
This property comes fully equipped with: -Hardwood floors -Fireplace -Bay window -All kitchen appliances (microwave, dishwasher, disposal) -Mini fridge -Carport + abundance of parking -Screened in back porch -Fully fenced yard -Storage shed -Dining
1 Unit Available
844 Indigo Avenue
844 Indigo Avenue
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,349
1874 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 05:44 AM
Come tour this three bed, two bath home today! This unit has 1874 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator and stove, hardwood floors, fireplace, central air, ceiling fans, washer/dryer hookups, and is freshly
1 Unit Available
116 Sandy Lane
116 Sandy Lane
Cayce, SC
4 Bedrooms
$1,575
2548 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 05:44 AM
Apply Today!! Call for details (803) 339-3444 Register for your self-guided tour today: www.rentconrex.
1 Unit Available
1423 Karlaney Ave
1423 Karlaney Avenue
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1300 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Available 10/01/20 BRICK RANCH IN CAYCE! - Property Id: 369186 All Brick home with 1300 SF of Open floor plan including 3 bedrooms and 1.5 bath. Home offers all hardwoods throughout with dining room and spacious living room.
1 Unit Available
2708 Riverside Lane
2708 Riverside Lane
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$950
975 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 05:18 AM
Cute ranch home with fenced backyard with patio & one car carport. Newer paint and carpet. Convenient to Downtown & USC. It could be a great investment opportunity, a "Turn Key Rental.
1 Unit Available
830 Naples Avenue
830 Naples Avenue
Cayce, SC
2 Bedrooms
$950
870 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Come live in the Aveneues! - Available NOW Cute 2 bedroom 1 bath bungalow on large corner lot. Hardwood floors flow from the living room, to dining room, then into the central hall and both bedrooms. Kitchen has vinyl and bathroom is tiled.
1 Unit Available
1412 Prentiss Street
1412 Prentiss Street
Cayce, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,475
2462 sqft
Last updated December 11 at 04:58 PM
CALL 803-594-4450 This is one AMAZING find! The surprises start as soon as you pull up to the property.
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Vista Commons
1100 Pulaski St
Columbia, SC | The Congaree Vista
1 Bedroom
$1,195
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,468
1053 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,785
1258 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:47 AM
Nestled in downtown Columbia's historic district moments from the bank of the Congaree River, these apartment homes feature a fitness center, detached garages and storage units.
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13 Units Available
Forestbrook
2805 Shadblow Ln
West Columbia, SC
1 Bedroom
$789
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$827
1014 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$863
1180 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:47 AM
Forestbrook is located at 2805 Shadblow Lane West Columbia, SC. Forestbrook offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments ranging in size from 750 to 1260 sq.ft.
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17 Units Available
Brookland
127 State St
West Columbia, SC
1 Bedroom
$1,215
774 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,655
1184 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:34 AM
Your health and safety are important to us. We strongly encourage guests to wear masks and practice social distancing when visiting our offices.
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17 Units Available
CanalSide Lofts
383 Taylor St
Columbia, SC | The Congaree Vista
Studio
$1,079
633 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,192
813 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,363
1071 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:30 AM
Adjacent to Riverfront Park and the Three Rivers Greenway in downtown Columbia, CanalSide Lofts is the new way to live. You'll fall in love with the open floor plans, soaring ceilings and spacious interiors of the CanalSide Lofts.
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2 Units Available
Vista Lofts
701 Gervais St
Columbia, SC | The Congaree Vista
1 Bedroom
$1,259
980 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,709
1165 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:35 AM
Near Memorial Park and the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Spacious apartments with stainless steel kitchen appliances, hardwood floors and a patio or balcony. Community offers a pool, a lobby and maintenance.
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32 Units Available
Sola Station
325 Taylor Street
Columbia, SC | The Congaree Vista
Studio
$1,205
729 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,230
754 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,735
1216 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 07:45 AM
Sola Station is the newest addition to CanalSide, winner of Coumbia's Best Apartments 2013-2017, according to Free Times. Sola Station offers unmatched views of Columbia, South Carolina's riverfront.
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THE APARTMENTS AT PALMETTO COMPRESS
612 Devine St
Columbia, SC | The Congaree Vista
1 Bedroom
$1,000
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
Last updated June 2 at 11:55 PM
Renovated warehouse offers one- to three-bedroom apartments that mix modern style with historic appeal. Exposed brick walls and wooden ceiling beams add charm. Just steps away from the University of South Carolina and Downtown Columbia.
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Granby Mills
510 Heyward St
Columbia, SC | Olympia
Studio
$1,040
1 Bedroom
$1,040
2 Bedrooms
$1,105
Last updated June 2 at 11:55 PM
Two- to four-bedroom apartments with industrial charm within walking distance from USC. They offer amenities like complimentary fitness classes and an active social calendar for the residents.
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612 Whaley
612 Whaley St
Columbia, SC | Granby Hill
1 Bedroom
$995
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
Last updated June 2 at 11:55 PM
Brand new apartment homes with modern kitchens, over-sized windows and high-efficiency AC and appliances. The community also offers amenities like on-site eateries and sports courts. Easy commute to campus!
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OLYMPIA MILL
600 Heyward St
Columbia, SC | Olympia
1 Bedroom
$900
2 Bedrooms
$1,480
3 Bedrooms
$1,815
Last updated June 2 at 11:55 PM
Unique apartment complex renovated from a historic former textile mill, with large pool and fitness center. Suitable for young professionals and college students, located near Midtown-Downtown Columbia and the University of South Carolina.
1 Unit Available
1111 Lown Drive
1111 Lown Drive
Springdale, SC
4 Bedrooms
$1,575
2500 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:43 AM
Come tour this four bed, three bath home today! This unit has 2500 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, fireplace, stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans, washer/dryer
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How much is rent in Cayce?
In Cayce, the median rent is $690 for a studio, $871 for a 1-bedroom, $1,006 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,330 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Cayce, check out our monthly Cayce Rent Report.
How much is rent in Cayce?
In Cayce, the median rent is $690 for a studio, $871 for a 1-bedroom, $1,006 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,330 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Cayce, check out our monthly Cayce Rent Report.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Cayce. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Benedict College, Midlands Technical College, University of South Carolina-Aiken, University of South Carolina-Columbia, and University of South Carolina-Sumter.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Cayce. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Benedict College, Midlands Technical College, University of South Carolina-Aiken, University of South Carolina-Columbia, and University of South Carolina-Sumter.

Median Rent in Cayce

Last updated Jan. 2018
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Cayce is $871, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,006.
Studio
$690
1 Bed
$871
2 Beds
$1,006
3+ Beds
$1,330
City GuideCayce
Cayce owes its existence to mosquitos of all things. In the 18th century, it was part of the thriving town of Granby, once slated to be the Capital of the state. But malaria-carrying insects, encouraged by frequent flooding, eventually felled the townsfolk, leaving Cayce to fend for itself - which ultimately led it to become the thriving city it is today. How's that for a town legend?
Cayce owes its existence to mosquitos of all things. In the 18th century, it was part of the thriving town of Granby, once slated to be the Capital of the state. But malaria-carrying insects, encouraged by frequent flooding, eventually felled the townsfolk, leaving Cayce to fend for itself - which ultimately led it to become the thriving city it is today. How's that for a town legend?

The town was in actuality incorporated in 1914 and named after local bigwig, William J. Cayce. The metropolis dubs itself "a new kind of city." Cayce is attractive as a welcome respite from the urban trials of Columbia, within commuting distance through several interstates and highways. The Congaree River has dominated life here for centuries and access to that waterway can be one of the perks of your rental housing.

Moving to Cayce

Here's what's convenient about moving to Cayce, especially if you're coming from northern climes. No snow! Come on down anytime, even in the winter, when temps rarely get below freezing. Summer can be humid and rainy, so try to schedule your move during the more pleasant fall and spring months.

If you've rented before, then you know the drill. Have good credit and make enough money to cover the rent at least three time over. To get electricity or gas, sign up online at the website of South Carolina Electric and Gas. For water and sewer service, show up in person at City Hall with a valid driver's license, Social Security card, a copy of your lease agreement, and enough money to cover the setup fee.

Moving to Cayce
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Here's what's convenient about moving to Cayce, especially if you're coming from northern climes. No snow! Come on down anytime, even in the winter, when temps rarely get below freezing. Summer can be humid and rainy, so try to schedule your move during the more pleasant fall and spring months.

If you've rented before, then you know the drill. Have good credit and make enough money to cover the rent at least three time over. To get electricity or gas, sign up online at the website of South Carolina Electric and Gas. For water and sewer service, show up in person at City Hall with a valid driver's license, Social Security card, a copy of your lease agreement, and enough money to cover the setup fee.

Neighborhoods

While you'll probably want a car to run errands in Cayce, you'll find neighborhoods clustered in the following manner:

** City Center:** Your apartment search in Cayce starts with this neighborhood because of the commuting convenience of Interstate 26 on the western boundary and the Charleston Highway running through its center. Stores and restaurants line

Airport Boulevard and the Highway: Property rentals here consist of small apartment buildings and single-family homes. Abbot Arms Apartments is one example with 100 units ranging from 1-3 bedrooms. However, you'll need to meet income limits to rent here.

Northern Cayce (Knox Abbot Dr / State St): The most desirable part of the city boasts the thick foliage of the Three Rivers Greenway and the Congaree River on the west and is the closest to downtown Columbia. It's primarily residential although retail and restaurants line its northern boundary, Knox / Abbot Drive. Across that Drive, you can shop 'til you drop at the Parkland Shopping Center, a traditional outdoor mall. Pointe West is one example of a rental apartment complex in this neighborhood. It backs into the Greenway and features a pool, hot tub, basketball court, computer lab with printer, and fitness center, among other amenities.

Eastern (Frink St / Sunnyside Dr): The most affordable part of the city hugs the Congaree River but you'll find no apartment complexes here, just single-family homes. Except for a small development in the north, none of these residences view the water. Fortunately, you have public access to the river for fishing, jogging or nature watching through the Cayce Riverwalk, about 2.5 miles of lighted paved path through 46 acres of parkland.

Kinsler: Another desirable part of Cayce has two east-west creeks running through it and is nearly half green space. Interstate 77 and the Charleston Highway connect it with the rest of the city and the county. One of the places to live in, the Fountains of Edenwood, has 1-3 bedrooms, a pool, sundeck, and a patio or balcony for each unit.

Western (Old Barnwell Rd / Emanuel Church Rd): Your eyes aren't deceiving you when you look at the map. That splotch over five miles east of Cayce's contiguous borders is an annexed part. It's a land of a thousand ponds and assorted bodies of waters. Interstate 20 forms its northwestern border, making for fast commutes to the southwest and northeast. Alas, there are no complexes here - just single-family houses and mobile homes, mostly from 1970 to the 21st century.

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While you'll probably want a car to run errands in Cayce, you'll find neighborhoods clustered in the following manner:

** City Center:** Your apartment search in Cayce starts with this neighborhood because of the commuting convenience of Interstate 26 on the western boundary and the Charleston Highway running through its center. Stores and restaurants line

Airport Boulevard and the Highway: Property rentals here consist of small apartment buildings and single-family homes. Abbot Arms Apartments is one example with 100 units ranging from 1-3 bedrooms. However, you'll need to meet income limits to rent here.

Northern Cayce (Knox Abbot Dr / State St): The most desirable part of the city boasts the thick foliage of the Three Rivers Greenway and the Congaree River on the west and is the closest to downtown Columbia. It's primarily residential although retail and restaurants line its northern boundary, Knox / Abbot Drive. Across that Drive, you can shop 'til you drop at the Parkland Shopping Center, a traditional outdoor mall. Pointe West is one example of a rental apartment complex in this neighborhood. It backs into the Greenway and features a pool, hot tub, basketball court, computer lab with printer, and fitness center, among other amenities.

Eastern (Frink St / Sunnyside Dr): The most affordable part of the city hugs the Congaree River but you'll find no apartment complexes here, just single-family homes. Except for a small development in the north, none of these residences view the water. Fortunately, you have public access to the river for fishing, jogging or nature watching through the Cayce Riverwalk, about 2.5 miles of lighted paved path through 46 acres of parkland.

Kinsler: Another desirable part of Cayce has two east-west creeks running through it and is nearly half green space. Interstate 77 and the Charleston Highway connect it with the rest of the city and the county. One of the places to live in, the Fountains of Edenwood, has 1-3 bedrooms, a pool, sundeck, and a patio or balcony for each unit.

Western (Old Barnwell Rd / Emanuel Church Rd): Your eyes aren't deceiving you when you look at the map. That splotch over five miles east of Cayce's contiguous borders is an annexed part. It's a land of a thousand ponds and assorted bodies of waters. Interstate 20 forms its northwestern border, making for fast commutes to the southwest and northeast. Alas, there are no complexes here - just single-family houses and mobile homes, mostly from 1970 to the 21st century.

Living in Cayce

When the tourism website of a city starts listing the attractions of other nearby locations, they're probably implying that there isn't much to do in the smaller city - but not so in Cayce. In the city itself, you'll find a Historical Museum that tells you about the area's past and includes a replica trading post from 1765.

There are always the half-dozen or so parks and recreational areas to enjoy as well. Guignard Park offers outdoor fun with a stream for fishin' in and woods for exploring and spotting nature. Granby Pavilion, under cover at city hall, offers picnic tables, barbeque pits, and a stage. Newman Boat Landing is a pier for fishing from the river.

The annual events add another layer of spice to Cayce life. The Plant Exchange in the spring and fall lets bring your favorite trees, potted house plants, bulbs and seed, and trade them in for something new. Another fall favorite is the free Bluegrass Festival which includes foods and crafts among the sounds of music. Tartan Day South in April honors Celtic traditions with Highland Games and cultural exhibits. And Christmas in Cayce re-enacts life from the Civil War era, culminating in a Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Living in Cayce
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When the tourism website of a city starts listing the attractions of other nearby locations, they're probably implying that there isn't much to do in the smaller city - but not so in Cayce. In the city itself, you'll find a Historical Museum that tells you about the area's past and includes a replica trading post from 1765.

There are always the half-dozen or so parks and recreational areas to enjoy as well. Guignard Park offers outdoor fun with a stream for fishin' in and woods for exploring and spotting nature. Granby Pavilion, under cover at city hall, offers picnic tables, barbeque pits, and a stage. Newman Boat Landing is a pier for fishing from the river.

The annual events add another layer of spice to Cayce life. The Plant Exchange in the spring and fall lets bring your favorite trees, potted house plants, bulbs and seed, and trade them in for something new. Another fall favorite is the free Bluegrass Festival which includes foods and crafts among the sounds of music. Tartan Day South in April honors Celtic traditions with Highland Games and cultural exhibits. And Christmas in Cayce re-enacts life from the Civil War era, culminating in a Tree Lighting Ceremony.

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City GuideCayce
Cayce owes its existence to mosquitos of all things. In the 18th century, it was part of the thriving town of Granby, once slated to be the Capital of the state. But malaria-carrying insects, encouraged by frequent flooding, eventually felled the townsfolk, leaving Cayce to fend for itself - which ultimately led it to become the thriving city it is today. How's that for a town legend?
Cayce owes its existence to mosquitos of all things. In the 18th century, it was part of the thriving town of Granby, once slated to be the Capital of the state. But malaria-carrying insects, encouraged by frequent flooding, eventually felled the townsfolk, leaving Cayce to fend for itself - which ultimately led it to become the thriving city it is today. How's that for a town legend?

The town was in actuality incorporated in 1914 and named after local bigwig, William J. Cayce. The metropolis dubs itself "a new kind of city." Cayce is attractive as a welcome respite from the urban trials of Columbia, within commuting distance through several interstates and highways. The Congaree River has dominated life here for centuries and access to that waterway can be one of the perks of your rental housing.

Moving to Cayce

Here's what's convenient about moving to Cayce, especially if you're coming from northern climes. No snow! Come on down anytime, even in the winter, when temps rarely get below freezing. Summer can be humid and rainy, so try to schedule your move during the more pleasant fall and spring months.

If you've rented before, then you know the drill. Have good credit and make enough money to cover the rent at least three time over. To get electricity or gas, sign up online at the website of South Carolina Electric and Gas. For water and sewer service, show up in person at City Hall with a valid driver's license, Social Security card, a copy of your lease agreement, and enough money to cover the setup fee.

Moving to Cayce
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Here's what's convenient about moving to Cayce, especially if you're coming from northern climes. No snow! Come on down anytime, even in the winter, when temps rarely get below freezing. Summer can be humid and rainy, so try to schedule your move during the more pleasant fall and spring months.

If you've rented before, then you know the drill. Have good credit and make enough money to cover the rent at least three time over. To get electricity or gas, sign up online at the website of South Carolina Electric and Gas. For water and sewer service, show up in person at City Hall with a valid driver's license, Social Security card, a copy of your lease agreement, and enough money to cover the setup fee.

Neighborhoods

While you'll probably want a car to run errands in Cayce, you'll find neighborhoods clustered in the following manner:

** City Center:** Your apartment search in Cayce starts with this neighborhood because of the commuting convenience of Interstate 26 on the western boundary and the Charleston Highway running through its center. Stores and restaurants line

Airport Boulevard and the Highway: Property rentals here consist of small apartment buildings and single-family homes. Abbot Arms Apartments is one example with 100 units ranging from 1-3 bedrooms. However, you'll need to meet income limits to rent here.

Northern Cayce (Knox Abbot Dr / State St): The most desirable part of the city boasts the thick foliage of the Three Rivers Greenway and the Congaree River on the west and is the closest to downtown Columbia. It's primarily residential although retail and restaurants line its northern boundary, Knox / Abbot Drive. Across that Drive, you can shop 'til you drop at the Parkland Shopping Center, a traditional outdoor mall. Pointe West is one example of a rental apartment complex in this neighborhood. It backs into the Greenway and features a pool, hot tub, basketball court, computer lab with printer, and fitness center, among other amenities.

Eastern (Frink St / Sunnyside Dr): The most affordable part of the city hugs the Congaree River but you'll find no apartment complexes here, just single-family homes. Except for a small development in the north, none of these residences view the water. Fortunately, you have public access to the river for fishing, jogging or nature watching through the Cayce Riverwalk, about 2.5 miles of lighted paved path through 46 acres of parkland.

Kinsler: Another desirable part of Cayce has two east-west creeks running through it and is nearly half green space. Interstate 77 and the Charleston Highway connect it with the rest of the city and the county. One of the places to live in, the Fountains of Edenwood, has 1-3 bedrooms, a pool, sundeck, and a patio or balcony for each unit.

Western (Old Barnwell Rd / Emanuel Church Rd): Your eyes aren't deceiving you when you look at the map. That splotch over five miles east of Cayce's contiguous borders is an annexed part. It's a land of a thousand ponds and assorted bodies of waters. Interstate 20 forms its northwestern border, making for fast commutes to the southwest and northeast. Alas, there are no complexes here - just single-family houses and mobile homes, mostly from 1970 to the 21st century.

Neighborhoods
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While you'll probably want a car to run errands in Cayce, you'll find neighborhoods clustered in the following manner:

** City Center:** Your apartment search in Cayce starts with this neighborhood because of the commuting convenience of Interstate 26 on the western boundary and the Charleston Highway running through its center. Stores and restaurants line

Airport Boulevard and the Highway: Property rentals here consist of small apartment buildings and single-family homes. Abbot Arms Apartments is one example with 100 units ranging from 1-3 bedrooms. However, you'll need to meet income limits to rent here.

Northern Cayce (Knox Abbot Dr / State St): The most desirable part of the city boasts the thick foliage of the Three Rivers Greenway and the Congaree River on the west and is the closest to downtown Columbia. It's primarily residential although retail and restaurants line its northern boundary, Knox / Abbot Drive. Across that Drive, you can shop 'til you drop at the Parkland Shopping Center, a traditional outdoor mall. Pointe West is one example of a rental apartment complex in this neighborhood. It backs into the Greenway and features a pool, hot tub, basketball court, computer lab with printer, and fitness center, among other amenities.

Eastern (Frink St / Sunnyside Dr): The most affordable part of the city hugs the Congaree River but you'll find no apartment complexes here, just single-family homes. Except for a small development in the north, none of these residences view the water. Fortunately, you have public access to the river for fishing, jogging or nature watching through the Cayce Riverwalk, about 2.5 miles of lighted paved path through 46 acres of parkland.

Kinsler: Another desirable part of Cayce has two east-west creeks running through it and is nearly half green space. Interstate 77 and the Charleston Highway connect it with the rest of the city and the county. One of the places to live in, the Fountains of Edenwood, has 1-3 bedrooms, a pool, sundeck, and a patio or balcony for each unit.

Western (Old Barnwell Rd / Emanuel Church Rd): Your eyes aren't deceiving you when you look at the map. That splotch over five miles east of Cayce's contiguous borders is an annexed part. It's a land of a thousand ponds and assorted bodies of waters. Interstate 20 forms its northwestern border, making for fast commutes to the southwest and northeast. Alas, there are no complexes here - just single-family houses and mobile homes, mostly from 1970 to the 21st century.

Living in Cayce

When the tourism website of a city starts listing the attractions of other nearby locations, they're probably implying that there isn't much to do in the smaller city - but not so in Cayce. In the city itself, you'll find a Historical Museum that tells you about the area's past and includes a replica trading post from 1765.

There are always the half-dozen or so parks and recreational areas to enjoy as well. Guignard Park offers outdoor fun with a stream for fishin' in and woods for exploring and spotting nature. Granby Pavilion, under cover at city hall, offers picnic tables, barbeque pits, and a stage. Newman Boat Landing is a pier for fishing from the river.

The annual events add another layer of spice to Cayce life. The Plant Exchange in the spring and fall lets bring your favorite trees, potted house plants, bulbs and seed, and trade them in for something new. Another fall favorite is the free Bluegrass Festival which includes foods and crafts among the sounds of music. Tartan Day South in April honors Celtic traditions with Highland Games and cultural exhibits. And Christmas in Cayce re-enacts life from the Civil War era, culminating in a Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Living in Cayce
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When the tourism website of a city starts listing the attractions of other nearby locations, they're probably implying that there isn't much to do in the smaller city - but not so in Cayce. In the city itself, you'll find a Historical Museum that tells you about the area's past and includes a replica trading post from 1765.

There are always the half-dozen or so parks and recreational areas to enjoy as well. Guignard Park offers outdoor fun with a stream for fishin' in and woods for exploring and spotting nature. Granby Pavilion, under cover at city hall, offers picnic tables, barbeque pits, and a stage. Newman Boat Landing is a pier for fishing from the river.

The annual events add another layer of spice to Cayce life. The Plant Exchange in the spring and fall lets bring your favorite trees, potted house plants, bulbs and seed, and trade them in for something new. Another fall favorite is the free Bluegrass Festival which includes foods and crafts among the sounds of music. Tartan Day South in April honors Celtic traditions with Highland Games and cultural exhibits. And Christmas in Cayce re-enacts life from the Civil War era, culminating in a Tree Lighting Ceremony.