The QHCA exists to provide a safe, attractive, and interactive community for all of the residents, working toward the goal to improve the neighborhood and ultimately to enhance property values.
Established in the early 1970’s, Quail Hollow quickly became known as West Columbia’s up-scale neighborhood. From its enviable location (nestled just off of Highway 378, between I-26 and I-20) residents enjoy short commutes to work in Lexington, Columbia, Irmo and all surrounding areas. In recent years, five new neighborhoods were built around Quail Hollow in the hope of capitalizing on the convenient location and outstanding reputation of this friendly, old-style neighborhood.
Quail Hollow residents benefit from many neighborhood amenities while enjoying an easy-living atmosphere. The Quail Hollow Swim & Racquet Club sits next to the scenic Saluda River, a small, neighborhood park rests secluded beneath shady trees, and many homes overlook one of our two neighborhood ponds. Ample lot sizes and fully-grown wooded areas give the sense of age that newer neighborhoods simply cannot offer!
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From Columbia Via I-26:
Take I-26 to Hwy #378 (Exit #110).
Turn towards Lexington (away from Columbia) and go 1 mile.
Turn right onto Fairlane at Scotchman gas station at bottom of hill. Subdivision begins at the 4 way stop sign at Fairlane and Ephrata.
From Columbia Via I-20:
Take I-20 to Hwy #378 (Exit #61).
Turn towards Columbia (away from Lexington) and go 1 mile.
Turn left onto Fairlane at Scotchman gas station at bottom of hill.
Subdivision begins at the round about at Fairlane and Ephrata.
From Columbia via Hwy #378:
Take Hwy #378 towards Lexington.
Turn right onto Fairlane at Scotchman gas station at bottom of hill, one mile after you cross over I-26.
Subdivision begins at the 4 way stop sign at Fairlane and Ephrata.