The houses offered here is some of Columbia’s best real estate, and the actual neighbors are separated into the bottom and top of Forest Hill. The bottom offers incredible stone and brick houses built in the early 1900s, most of which are easily worth more than a million dollars each.
The top offers modern plantations built between 1940 and 1960. These houses are still marketed towards the rich but are usually cheaper than the large houses found at the bottom of Forest Hill.
You can also find a variety of luxury condominium apartment buildings, located on the west side of Forest Hill. If you are looking for UWS luxury condominium then you can check out various online sources.
As for style, well most of the plantations in Forest Hill are architecture, but there is also everything from new yolkier Colonial with terra cotta tiles to English rural manors with spacious lawns.
In 2007, the average selling price (not the asking price) for the southern Forest Hill plantation was $ 4.3 million dollars. Recently sold homes feature a 10,000 square foot house, six bedrooms, six bathrooms, lots of parks, designer kitchen, private library, walnut, cherry and oak wood panels, Soundproof entertainment room, and gym with spa.
To help you imagine the price tag for homes located south of Forest Hill, a large Columbia area with all the features above, it sells for $ 5.5 million dollars.