- Price Range
- Low $200s - High $300s
- Home Types
- Number of Homes
- New And Resale Homes
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 2014 - Present
- D.R. Horton
- 7 reviews
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Overview
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park is an active lifestyle community in Blythewood, South Carolina. The Ponds is a new neighborhood within the luxurious master-planned community of Cobblestone Park. Developed by D.R. Horton, The Ponds offers thoughtfully designed models that include main-level living and open floor plans.
Owning a low-maintenance home within The Ponds at Cobblestone Park allows residents to live a truly carefree and laidback lifestyle. Whether joining one of the many clubs and activities offered, exploring the scenic grounds, or taking advantage of the resort-style amenities, The Ponds at Cobblestone Park delivers everything to keep socially active and physical fit.
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Amenities
Social activities within Cobblestone Park begin at the luxurious 30,000 square-foot clubhouse. Homeowners within The Ponds, and all neighborhoods, enjoy access to social lounges, a ballroom complete with a catering kitchen, and game room. Numerous dining options include a full-service restaurant as well as a bar and grill for more casual occasions.
The well-equipped fitness center provides homeowners with numerous exercise options without having to travel far or pay a pricey gym membership. Not only are there plenty of cardiovascular and weight-training machines, the clubhouse includes a gymnasium with indoor courts for pickleball, basketball, and volleyball.
Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Cobblestone Park Golf Club has 27 holes of golf, a pro shop, and 14,000 square-foot practice putting green. The outdoor amenities continue with a resort-style pool, six tennis courts, and a sports field. The beautiful grounds are dotted with pocket parks, walking and biking trails and scenic ponds. Whether taking your grandchildren to the playground or enjoying an outdoor concert on the event lawn, you'll never run out of ways to remain busy while living in The Ponds at Cobblestone Park.
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Homes & Real Estate
The Ponds is one of many neighborhoods within the gates of Cobblestone Park. Tentative plans call for 297 single-family homes developed by trusted homebuilder, D. R. Horton. Homebuyers can find a new construction home that has between 1,657 and 2,749 square feet of living space. Currently, seven models offer two to five bedrooms and two to four bathrooms with an attached two-car garage. These ranch-style homes include first-floor master suites, low-maintenance exteriors, and plenty of indoor and outdoor areas for entertaining guests.
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Lifestyle
Residents of The Ponds at Cobblestone Park live a country club lifestyle without having to worry about the upkeep of an oversized home. A vibrant social scene throughout this non age-restricted community keeps residents busy and happy.
Fitness-minded folks can participate in a variety of sports-related activities like water aerobics classes, golf leagues, pickleball camp, walking clubs, tennis tournaments, and yoga. Homeowners enjoy getting to know their neighbors over barbeque events, bible study groups, cooking classes, happy hours, movie nights, and more.
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park in Blythewood is situated about 20 minutes north of Columbia. Residents enjoy numerous outdoor recreational opportunities with many waterways including Lake Murray, Lake Wateree, Palmetto Falls Water Park at Fort Jackson, Saluda Shoals Park, and the Carolina coast throughout South Carolina's beaches. Other popular attractions include the Congaree National Park, South Carolina State Museum, SC State Farmers Market, and Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.
The Columbia area encompasses plenty of retail options that range from large malls like Columbiana Centre to outdoor shopping centers at the Village at Sandhill to outlet stores at Concord Mills. With a range of restaurants, shopping opportunities, and recreational attractions it s easy to see why The Ponds at Cobblestone Park is perfect for today's active adult homebuyer.
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Amenities
- Clubhouse - 30,000 Sq. Ft.
- Lounge with Fireplace
- Game Room
- Catering Kitchen
- Full-Service Restaurant
- Casual Bar & Grill
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pickleball Court
- Indoor Basketball Court
- Indoor Volleyball Court
- Locker Rooms
- Golf Pro Shop
- Driving Range & Golf Practice Facility
- 27-Hole Golf Course
- 6 Lighted Tennis Courts
- Sports Field
- Resort-Style Pool
- Outdoor Patio
- Event Lawn
- Pocket Parks
- Walking & Biking Trails
- Playground for Grandkids
- Scenic Ponds
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in The Ponds at Cobblestone Park. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Adult Water Aerobics
- BBQ Events
- Bible Study
- Bingo by the Pool
- Cooking Classes
- Friday Night Pool Parties
- Glow in the Dark Golf
- Happy Hours at the Poolside Grill
- Ice Cream by the Pool
- Low Country Boil
- Martinis & Manicures
- Men's & Women's Bridge
- Men's & Women's Golf Leagues
- Movie Night
- Painting Classes
- Pickleball Camp
- Senior Prom
- Stretch Classes
- Tennis Mixers & Tournaments
- Trivia Night
- USTA Tennis Leagues
- Walking Clubs
- Wine & Design
- Wine Wars
- Wings & World Series
- Yoga Camp
Single Family Homes
Price Range: Low $200s - High $300s
Homebuyers can find a new construction home that has between 1,657 and 2,749 square feet of living space. Currently, seven models offer two to five bedrooms and two to four bathrooms with an attached two-car garage.View Floorplans
The Ponds at Cobblestone Park Reviews
- Elaine B.|January 16, 2020The ponds at Cobblestone is Not a 55 plus community. The streets designated as Active Adult contain families with children for some reason who want to live in higher price patio homes with retired northeners and empty nesters who don't want them. What is insane is that there is cheaper family housing with more square footage in other sections of community. Not sure why a family with children would want to live there. The school district is bad. Westwood high school was rated a 3 out of 10. The middle school fairs little a better with 5 rating. The water and sewage rates are the highest I ever seen. There is an HOA fee that will be increasing 10 percent every year. Since it is a private community there is NO police present to enforce the law. People constantly speed, run stop signs and pass school buses when children are being boarded. It is exhausting experience I had to involve the better business bureau and consumer affairs to get D R Horton to correct warranty items. The local utilities and township boards will not work with in cooperation with Cobblestone. People who constantly break the HOA rules and can not even keep up a brand new home. It is a shame.
- Joe S.|June 24, 2019Wife, dog, and I moved here 6 weeks ago and are very happy with the move. Both retired and like Cobblestone Park and surrounding areas. If I had taken a review seriously, i wouldn’t have moved here, but since I don’t take reviews too seriously, I moved. I would’ve missed out on a very nice community. Our water is good and the neighbors are friendly. Happy with how quiet it is and a clean community. Look before you get involved with negative reviews. Always one in the crowd.
- Matthews J.|May 5, 2019This is advertised as a 55+ community but it is not. It is also listed by DR Horton's Best Community but it is the worse place I have lived and if not for the $5,000.00 plus other HOA fees on top of regular selling and agent fees, we would move. Young children play in the streets - most because there is no place for them to play - but these are children of residents who are in their 20s/30s. The front part of Cobblestone Park is kept beautiful but the Ponds (back part) looks like a trash heap; garbage is everywhere, common areas along roads not mowed or only mowed two feet from the road, sidewalks are broken, no lights have been installed along some roads (I tripped and hurt my hip when I first got here in an unlit area on a broken sidewalk), roads are falling apart, gates do not work properly, mailbox keys do not work, etc. They like to advertise golfing but it is very difficult getting tee times; in addition, the front part is beautiful but the back part is not. The amenity center is a basketball court that is never available, tennis courts that are never available, a gym with three treadmills/two ellipticals/about 10 weightlifting machines/and a set of free weights, and a pool that is at maximum capacity within an hour of opening until closing. DR Horton's plans and promises has been to build extra amenity centers and pools to support all the new houses they are building but that plan has been in the works for several years and new houses keep being built on the areas they promised for these extra facilities. Finally, the houses are beautiful but the foundations erode, the houses leak, water into the house smells like sewer (if the fire hydrants are turned off, the water smells 10x worse - this is why they are always running), and it is difficult to get anyone to come fix anything because most systems that DR Horton installed need replacing and are difficult to get to once the house construction has been completed. If this is the best neighborhood in America, America is in trouble. Don't take my word for it - if interested, come see for yourself. Notice where the sales people take you, the "minor things that will be fixed once construction is over," the size of the amenity center and pool, and the size of Cobblestone Park. Notice the plan being shown and houses that now sit on the plan's new amenity center and pool location and the houses that now sit on the back 9 of the extended golf course. I could go on but you get the idea. Otherwise, most of the neighbors are nice and hold parties or events on our own (even fishing events that are prohibited by the "HOA" that is really one DR Horton person that has the final authority on all things). Just be prepared; the Ponds are not as advertised.
- Lois R.|November 29, 2018We moved here from New York City about 6 months ago; we aren’t golfers but our reasons for buying had more to do with the quality of the homes, the location of the community and the variety of choices here. The grounds are well kept. The Pool and Gym have been used by us often. Alexander’s Restaurant has quality food choices. We also like the proximity to Columbia (where we have family) - a quick 30 minutes down 77. We opted to pay for lawn service - a good choice given our aversion to cutting grass. We’ve met friendly neighbors and love walking by the golf courses.
- Robert R.|September 25, 2018We enjoy the neighbors very much. Alexander's Restaurant is not open much. We don't golf but like how the course looks. The guard at the main gate are very plesaant. The Amenities Center is ver good. We are pleased with how Cory Wollenburg has responded; his predecessor was a bit slow. We wish the association would cut the grass on properties waiting to be developed.
- Rick L.|August 25, 2018Fantastic golf facility, friendly neighbors and potential for great community. Unfortunately DR Horton arrived and has made a real mess of it. Horton should be gone in 2 years hopefully we turn it around
- Robert J.|August 13, 2018The ponds at Cobblestone is a story about the Good the Bad and the Ugly. The good being beautiful golf course, amenities and location. The bad is the poor contruction of DR Horton homes along with warranty claims that never get attention. The Ugly is DR Horton. Let me elaborate. HOA run by Horton rarely or is slow to react to any issues in community. The security gates are broken most of time. There is a group of home owners have taken legal action against Horton to prevent building new homes in promised green space behind them. The NextDoor social network for Cobblestone is filled with rants about Horton.
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