Our Neighborhood

Get to Know Our Neighborhood

Part of what makes The Haven in the Summit so special is the location. Being in a place where everything is within walking distance or a short drive to many popular places and activities is incredibly helpful for staying active in every way.

Community isn’t a building or even a single group of people. It encompasses an array of connection points. Maybe it’s the barista who starts making your drink as soon as you walk through the door, or the cashier who calls you by name, or the musicians at the local farmer’s market who ask your favorite tune. When you feel that sense of place and belonging, it’s home. We’re fortunate and grateful to have that type of community here, and we think you’ll love it just as much as we do.

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Peaceful times ahead- easy living is covered.

The Haven in the Summit is nestled in a thriving neighborhood in Columbia, SC, close to shopping, restaurants, churches, entertainment, and plenty of things to do. Just a short drive away are many notable fresh-air attractions worth visiting, such as:

  • The Village at Sandhills Shopping Center
  • Riverbank Zoo
  • Fort Jackson Army Base
  • Segra Park home of the Minor League Baseball Team

You’ll be close to outdoor activities and nature trails that make you feel like you’re out in the country, while still being in the heart of Columbia, South Carolina. Enjoy sporting events, performing arts, museums, and historical sites.

Another top aspect of our location is the easy access to the Prisma Health Hosptial. Whether you need a short-term stay while recovering from treatment or a longer-term rehab close to your doctor, you’ve got it all here.

Let’s start a conversation!

Whether you’re looking for a community for yourself or a loved one, let’s talk about where you can go from here.

 

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