Blythewood has always been home. I've known nothing else. The traffic light on Main Street always flickers at 4:02pm and the grass is always brown in the summer. But that is Blythewood and I wouldn't change it for the world.
Blythewoods a nice place. Great schools, friendly people, nice neighborhoods too. It's a pretty quiet place though.
Blythewood is a quite town, just wish there were more restaurants. Blythewood does have different events to get the community together which I really enjoy.
What I like about Blythewood is that they have different occasions for the residents to come see like parades and fireworks.
I absolutely love the small town feel of Blythewood. It is growing very fast but it is not without it's small town quirks. Grace's Coffee is the best coffee around. Our town puts on some great functions from 4th of July celebrations to Farmer's market. It is the best suburb of Columbia, without any doubt!
Blythewood is a reaaly nice place to settle down. You will really love it once you're here. The scenery is beautiful and so are the houses.
Small friendly area. Not a lot of shopping but the area is growing with great schools. Killian road is the busiest area and is growing quickly whereas Blythewood is more of a quiet part of town.
Blythewood is a town right outside of Columbia, South Carolina. If one were to look at Blythewood ten years prior to now, there would probably be no interest in living here. However, Blythewood has grown and flourished into a humbling town that continues to improve day by day. While certain areas of Blythewood are not as favorable as others, the town has a lot to offer and only continues to improve. Lately, the roads have improved miraculously and the town has become cleaner overall. Blythewood is certainly a great place to call home.
Blythewood is a beautiful suburb of Columbia, SC. If you like living the country lifestyle, but also enjoy being close to the city, this is the perfect place for you.
I absolutely love my home town. Its very quiet and very family oriented. Everyone knows everyone and everyone has a positive and welcoming approach to hospitality. The schools are wonderful and the teachers and staff members are very engaging and very helpful in getting students where they want to be in their career fields. Only thing I would suggest to innovate and bring Blythewood up to par, would be to upgrade and expand their "city life". If Blythewood were to incorporate some more businesses, jobs, and restaurants, I could honestly see the town becoming more populated and flouring even more than it already has.
Not so long ago Blythewood was a town that had the minimum. A lot of four used cars for sale, a McDonalds, and a very old gas station. Now it has restaurants, three gas stations, several community businesses, new schools, and housing developments. The expansion is likley to expand exponentially now and there is much land and opportunity to be had. The schools are well, the community are nice, several farms are in the area, and jobs are to be had.
Blythewood used to be all farm land and as Columbia, SC has grown it has brought some of the big city amenities to this small town. You'll still see some farmland and rural sites but it has some great little shops and restaurants. There are several "plantation" neighborhoods for any budget that are close to the public schools.
It is a great place to live. The schools in the area are good depending on the school you go to. Life in Blythewood is safe.
Blythewood, South Carolina is a small town but is slowly building its way up! There isn't much to do around here, but I believe that this town has the potential to become something great just as its neighboring town, Columbia. This town has plenty of food and school options, but there is a complete lack of entertainment. Once there are a few entertainment spots for friends and families to have fun, Blythewood would be one of the best towns in South Carolina!
Love Blythewood, SC! Blythwood is only a few minutes from the state capital, Columbia. If you're in need of a more rural environment you can drive through the areas of farmland but you're still close to all the big city amenities. There are several housing developments with that great low country feel. Most of the public schools nearby have great ratings. But if private school is the direction you lean there are many great alternatives nearby.
I love living in Blythewood. It is just close enough to Columbia and everything I need, but far enough to give the country, small town feel. It is beautiful and surrounded by trees and the beautiful South Carolina country side. There is nothing like driving down a two lane road in Blythewood, SC!
Blythewood is a VERY small town, which is great--if you're a small town person. Coming from a rural town in Minnesota, Blythewood was nothing new to me. Everyone seemed to know each other, the kids had known each other since elementary school, and parents rushed to join the PTO. That being said, Blythewood always had this really sweet, almost "quiet" vibe which is something you don't see a lot in the south. No matter where you were in Blythewood, you were bound to find a place of refuge within 100ft and that's perfect for a person who's just trying to make their way through school.
It's absolutely overcrowded and the roads can't accommodate the super overgrown amount of people living in Blythewood. The school's are overcrowded. There are not enough diverse restaurants . Nothing but the same unhealthy same fast food restaurants .
Blythewood is a small town located outside of Columbia, South Carolina. It has great neighborhoods and is located in an amazing school district. Local businesses are supported by a close-knit community. Blythewood is a great place to put down roots and raise your children.
I've been living in Blythewood for about 2 years and I have enjoyed them. Blythewood is a small and peaceful town filled with beautiful subdivisions and convenient town centers.