Springfield, South Carolina

With four distinct seasons from spring to winter, Springfield is truly a wonderful place to call home.

Welcome to Springfield

Amenity-rich town with high-end luxury homes

A charming golf course community renowned for its quiet leafy streets, sweeping green spaces, and gorgeous architecture, Springfield wows with its big character. Lying mere minutes from uptown Charlotte, this amenity-rich enclave in the heart of Fort Mill offers among many things, a spectacular 18 hole golf course, clubhouse, massive pool, community playground, and tennis facilities. Aside from Springfield’s excellent schools and low taxes, locals are drawn in by the vibrancy of this tight-knit community with an appreciation for the finer things. With four distinct seasons from spring to winter, Springfield is truly a wonderful place to call home. Pick your choice from the array of classic Victorians and custom homes strewn across the quiet streets of Springfield, exuding a neighborly feel.

What to Love

  • Sprawling green spaces
  • Iconic Springfield Golf Club
  • Excellent schools
  • Vibrant community
  • Remarkable amenities

Local Lifestyle

Springfield is perfectly designed for those seeking the quintessential country club lifestyle. Full of amenities that ease day-to-day life, living here is the epitome of luxury, ease, leisure, and a laid-back charisma in which locals revel.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Springfield Town Center is the neighborhood go-to mall for everything basic, from groceries at Harris Teeter to Gas at Harris Teeter Fuel, wings and pizza at Papa John's Pizza, or breakfast at Eggs Up Grill. Grab some liquor for the pantry at Sauce Monkey Spirits or take your kitten to the doctor at Mill Town Veterinary Clinic. Hang out with friends at The Brass Tap, a festive pub offering an assorted menu of beer and wine plus music and TV to keep you up all night! Need some fresh strawberries or pumpkins for Halloween? Springs Farm Market is the place to go. Hop by Hobo’s for some takeout tacos and milkshakes or sit down in the cool Cupcrazed Cakery to enjoy cupcakes in yummy flavors and colors.

Looking for a grocery store with an amazing selection of fresh produce and more? Food Lion should have your loyalty. Grab a chicken sandwich to-go at Smashburger and be sure to try out divine Italian cuisine at Salmeri’s Italian Kitchen, serving guests every classic from Risotto to shrimp scampi, pasta, and olives.

Things to Do

A picturesque world of sprawling greens, tournaments, and golf outings await you at the prestigious Springfield Golf Club. Book a tee time to test your mettle against the challenge of the course, featuring 18 holes stretched across calm streams feeding into the Catawba River.

The Anne Springs Close Greenway - Adventure Road is a nature preserve spanning 2,100 acres of lakes, forests, and pastures. Outdoor enthusiasts gravitate to it for its network of trails, promising scenic adventures on bike, foot, kayak, and horseback. Bring your kids to the playground at Walter Y. Elisha Park or spread out a picnic on the lush lawn for a quiet evening savoring sandwiches as you listen to the birds chirp. You might also want to join in on the fun of the Strawberry Festival in Spring. Explore local history through books, exhibits, and artifacts at the iconic Fort Mill History Museum.


Springfield is served by some of South Carolina’s top-rated schools, renowned for their innovative academic programs and outstanding extracurricular activities. Top educational opportunities include:


Demographics and Employment Data for Springfield, South Carolina, SC

Springfield, South Carolina has 441 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Springfield, South Carolina do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 1,218 people call Springfield, South Carolina home. The population density is 24.45 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Median Age

53.36 / 46.64%

Men vs Women

Population by Age Group


0-9 Years


10-17 Years


18-24 Years


25-64 Years


65-74 Years


75+ Years

Education Level

  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • High School Degree
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Graduate Degree

Total Households


Average Household Size


Average individual Income

Marital Status


Commute Time

0 to 14 Minutes
15 to 29 Minutes
30 to 59 Minutes
60+ Minutes

Work With Sally

Ten years into her real estate career, Sally remains just as committed to her clients as she did when she first earned her license. She thoroughly enjoys partnering with clients to realize their dream of homeownership, genuinely striving to have each and every client feel valued, heard, and understood throughout their home-buying journey.