Lexington Displays

Hope Ferry Road- Bring your camera! There are 3 homes that decorate every year and you will probably need to get out of the car to take in all the beauty!

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Crepe Myrtle Circle- This hidden gem is wonderful to drive down! There are about 10 houses that decorate; it is quite the view! It's beautiful and will easily become a tradition to visit every year!

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Corner of Woodberry & Jessamine Road

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Wren Road (off of Jessamine Road)

First house on your left

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Oak Drive

There are a good many houses along this road that have Christmas spirit!

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Ashton Circle

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Cromer Road 

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May Morning Drive (Spring Lake Subdivision)

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Saluda River Club (Off of Corley Mill Road)

It is like a smaller version of Lake Carolina with the Charleston style homes- worth driving through.

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Reedy Parkway (Old Saluda Place Subdivision)

Turn right when you enter the subdivision. This neighborhood has added more Christmas spirit in the past. There are about 14 houses with lights in this neighborhood!

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Cascade Drive (Millstream Place Subdivision)

There are a few houses decorated in this neighborhood. Make sure to stay on Cascade Drive until the cul-de-sac in the back! 

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Mill Wheel Drive (Millstream Crossing Subdivision)

Drive all around this neighborhood! There are a lot of people (at least 20) with Christmas spirit!

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Dupre Mill Road (Parkside Subdivision)

The lights on the house and yard are synchronized to Christmas music and there is a donation box for The Make a Wish Foundation. You can easily sit there for 10 minutes just watching in awe. Come see the creative light display and help support a wonderful cause!

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River Birch Drive (Westbrook Subdivision)

Wow! So many houses in this subdivision have holiday spirit! A must see!

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Torrey Glen Drive (Martin's Grove Subdivision)

Make sure to drive around this large subdivision- there are so many homes decorated! Make sure to take your time (but don't get turned around- this neighborhood is easy to get turned around in). 

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Park Road

Stay on Park Road going through the Parkside Subdivision. This turns into a dirt road, stay on this until you go around the little pond and you will see a few houses that went all out! It's beautiful!

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Mallard Lake Drive

This massive neighborhood has a lot of houses with lights! Since the neighborhood is so large, we recommend going all the way down Mallards Lake Drive, then turning left onto Coventry Lake Drive, then Right onto Widgeon Drive, the left back onto Mallard Lakes Drive.

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Bent Creek Plantation Subdivision

This neighborhood is right beside Publix off of Old Cherokee Rd. Make sure to drive around the whole neighborhood and you will see the cul-de-sac on Bison Place (this has about 6 houses all decorated)- it's worth going into this neighborhood just to see this cul-de-sac! 

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Royal Creek Subdivision

This is right off of Hope Ferry Road. Upon pulling into the subdivision, turn to the right (the left is a dead end). 

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Manchester Park Subdivision (near Old Barnwell Road)

There are about 10 houses in this subdivision with displays; make sure to drive around the neighborhood and see one very nicely decorated house on Chethan Circle- it has over 9,000 lights!

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Condor Route (Wrenwood Subdivision off of Shirway Road/Old Barnwell Road)

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Patrick Drive (off of Sease Hill Road)

There are about 6-7 houses on this road that are great! There are a handful of other houses on the surrounding roads. 

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Olde River Parkway (Olde Saluda Passage Subdivision off of Hope Ferry Road)

There are about 13 houses in this neighborhood that has light displays!

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Winterberry Road (off of Baskin Hills Road- off of Mineral Springs Rd)

There are about 24 houses in this neighborhood that have light displays!

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Rivendell Drive (Brookshire Subdivision off of Holly Road near Cedar Road)

There are about 19 houses in this neighborhood that have light displays! They have done a good job!

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Autumn Oaks Lane (Autumn Oaks Subdivision off of Cromer Road)

There are a handful of houses in this neighborhood that have light displays, but there is one house in particular that is a must see and carries the neighborhood rating! There are lights, a large reindeer, and a virtual Santa in the top window- so creative!

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Wellesly Subdivision on Allenbrooke Way (off of Ginny Lane)

Make sure to go around the whole neighborhood as there are so many houses with lights! This neighborhood is a great find!

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Westpointe Court (off of Community Dr beside Red Bank Elementary)

This duplex has 4,500 lights with about 5 inflatables. Stop by and enjoy!

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Settlers Pointe Neighborhood (off of Pilgrim Church Road)

There are over 75 houses in this neighborhood that has Christmas lights! It's a must see!

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Palmetto Hall Subdivision (off of Old Cherokee rd)

This neighborhood has a handful of good houses. The first road to the right has some awesome houses. The rest of the neighborhood is not that great though.

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