The Cottontown/Bellevue Historic District is a thriving and constantly evolving neighborhood located in the capital city of Columbia, South Carolina. This district, also known as The Village at Cottontown, is steeped in rich history, dating back to the early 1900s.
The neighborhood is a tapestry of architectural styles ranging from the late Victorian period to the early 20th century Bungalows, showcasing the transition in architectural trends over the past century. This historic district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, lending it a significant cultural and historical significance.
Cottontown/Bellevue Historic District, spanning more than 100 acres, has a unique character that is defined by wide streets lined with mature trees, sidewalks and houses with front porches and yards, creating a friendly, pedestrian-oriented environment.
It's a thriving hub of local businesses, including restaurants, retail shops, offices and more. With its well-preserved historic buildings and a strong sense of community, it’s a highly sought-after residential area with an energetic and vibrant atmosphere.
The district embodies the charm of bygone days and is a testament to Columbia's rich heritage, making it an attractive place to live, work and explore.