Historic Rosewood is an eclectic neighborhood with many parks and amenities. There are few neighborhoods that host both an urban farm like City Roots and a local airport like Owens Field. Located in close proximity to downtown Columbia, the University of South Carolina, Midlands Technical College, and the Devine Street District, Rosewood is central to many desirable destinations in the Columbia metropolitan area.
An abundance of trees and a variety of architectural styles make for a delightful stroll through the neighborhood streets. Many of the homes have been revitalized to their original elegance. Property this close to downtown will only become more valuable and sought after as the city of Columbia continues to grow.
A charming mix of old and new make Rosewood an ideal community for college students, young professionals, families, and seniors alike. Residents enjoy the friendly atmosphere, diversity, and convenience of in-town life and luxuries.
The neighborhood is home to a wide variety of businesses, including restaurants, cafes, shops, and bars. Whether you’re looking to dine, shop, or spend time with neighbors and friends, historic Rosewood has something for everyone.
Hunter Gatherer Brewery in the historic Curtiss-Wright Hangar features their locally brewed beers on tap, various bar snacks, handcrafted pizzas, and specialty cocktails.City Roots Organic Farm is a family-owned, organic farm. They grow microgreens year round in their greenhouses using best practices and standards for growing a high quality, certified organic product. City Roots also features a newly renovated event space for all your gathering needs. At Rosewood Market, you’ll find natural organic foods and a delicious deli with many fresh and healthy selections for lunch. If you’re looking to grab a pint with friends or catch the latest soccer match the English style Cock N’ Bull Pub is a longstanding local favorite hangout.