I-20 and SC Highway 25 / Exit Five North Augusta, SC Mixed Use Development - Walnut Village

474 Austin Graybill Road North Augusta, SC 29860

474 Austin Graybill Road, North Augusta, SC, 29860
474 Austin Graybill Road, North Augusta, SC, 29860
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Other Land
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Last Verified:
May 09, 2019


  • 50 Acre Mixed Use Development
  • High Traffic Counts
  • Excellent Visibility
  • Commercial Lots, Muiti Family Site and High Density Residential


Meybohm Commercial Properties is pleased to present this 50 acre mixed use development site known at Walnut Village. Located in North Augusta. South Carolina, this development will contain various commercial users, an apartment site and high density residential units. The apartment site contains approximately 20 acres and commercial lots will range from 1.5 - 3 acres. This site has excellent visibility from I-20 and is located only seven miles from Downtown Augusta, Georgia at the intersection of SC Highway 25 (Edgefield Road) and I-20. High traffic counts and rapid population expansion make this an excellent location.

Located approximately seven miles from Downtown Augusta, Georgia at the intersection of SC 25 (Edgefield Road) and I-20 along Austin Graybill Road in North Augusta, South Carolina.

Lot Size: 50.0 acres

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