Hammond's Ferry is a new, mixed-use neighborhood that joins the charming City of North Augusta to the timeless beauty of the Savannah River. Hammond’s Ferry combines a beautifully crafted traditional neighborhood with a vibrant town center and the mighty Savannah River to create one of South Carolina's most compelling new communities.
The urban design of Hammond’s Ferry is an extension of the genteel architecture, friendly streets, and rich heritage that thrive in the culturally-rich Savannah River Area. Many properties in this North Augusta community offer river views while others have views of city parks and permanently protected greenspace. In this “new urbanist” neighborhood you will find a range of housing types - large and small single-family homes, live/work houses, apartments, and town-homes. All are designed for easy maintenance and feature porches, balconies, verandas, or broad entries within “conversation distance” of the sidewalk. The result is a strong, old-fashioned sense of community.
All residences are built by members of the Hammond's Ferry Builders' Guild. This age-old approach forges positive community relationships while encouraging a cooperative and productive community climate.Learn More
Hammond's Ferry is a new, mixed-use neighborhood that joins the charming City of North Augusta to the timeless beauty of the Savannah river, fulfilling a vision first conceived in 1891 by city founder, James U. Jackson.Watch the Video
The Hammond's Ferry Foundation is a non profit community group within Hammond's Ferry that hosts musicians and local artists.
The purposes for which the Foundation is formed are to promote a vital cultural life in the Hammond’s Ferry and North Augusta communities for the benefit of residents and visitors alike; to strengthen the artistic and cultural education or residents and guests of the region; to encourage and support the development of programs that provide valuable social, cultural, and educational opportunities; to encourage and support creativity and competence in the arts; to encourage historical and environmental education programs and encourage the celebration of the region’s community history.