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Located on one of the busiest interstates in America, in one of the most rapidly growing areas of the country and the fastest in the state, Greenville stands out as a leader in today's economy. Home to internationally recognized industries and a strong workforce, it is a city poised to become even more of a leader in the 21st century economy. Greenville is set among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest corner of South Carolina, it's globally wired region attracts international corporations such as Michelin and BMW with its mild climate, wealth of available land, respected education institutions, international airport, and convenient location on I-85, about halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte. Greenville's public school system is the largest in the state, and includes eight magnet academies for special study at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Over nine colleges and universities are located in and within close proximity of Greenville. The Greenville Hospital System is the state's most comprehensive health care provider and one the Southeast's leading medical facilities. Greenville is the cultural and entertainment center for the Upstate, including an award winning downtown, a major performing arts center, a 17,000 seat arena, a 368,000 square foot exhibition center, nationally recognized museum collections, and 39 parks, playgrounds and recreation centers.

Easley is located in the Northwest corner of the state between Atlanta, Ga. and Charlotte, NC in Greenville County. It is surrounded by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains as well as numerous lakes and rivers. Along with the mild climate, you'll discover that there is no other place more beautiful or desirable to live or visit. In Easley you will be welcomed with Southern hospitality by the friendliest people you will find anywhere. We have wonderful restaurants, many cultural opportunities, great antique shopping, sporting events and activities for all ages. For the past five years Easley has been the host of the Big League World Series where we have welcomed visitors from all over the world.

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains you'll find Greer, SC. The city sits just on the Greenville/Spartanburg county line. Greer continues to be one of South Carolina's fastest growing cities, boasting a population in excess of 20,000 residents and it's the 18th largest city in South Carolina. More than three times that number of people pass through this fine city each day on their way to work, shop or play. Home to many major employers such as BMW Manufacturing Co., Mitsubishi Polyester Film, Michelin North America, Inc., Honeywell, Spartanburg Regional Hospital System and more. Greer offers many amenities for its citizens and employers. Take a stroll down Trade Street or spend an afternoon in one of the city's six parks. You will swear things have not changed for years. In Greer you will be struck by the beauty of the region's lakes, the views of the mountains and the hospitality of the people in the area.

If you love small towns, you will love Fountain Inn�a charming city in the heart of an incredibly scenic state. Fountain Inn is located in Southern Greenville County and is only minutes from the mountains and a couple of hours from the coast, Fountain Inn is the ideal location for relocating families, friends and business. It's not too close to the busy avenues of major metro areas, but close enough to get what is needed if one has to go there. Fountain Inn is small enough for you to know your neighbors, yet large enough to handle the basic necessities of life. Fountain Inn takes its name from the old inn with a fountain that attracted travelers seeking a rest from the tiresome stagecoach journeys between Greenville and the Low Country in South Carolina. It is a filled with historic landmarks, interesting anecdotes and historical figures.

Mauldin is located just south of Interstate 85 in Greenville County. Mauldin is a vibrant, productive community with a steady influx of working professionals and families who have kept the city's growth trends alive since the early 1990s. It is currently the 20th largest city out of 258 cities in South Carolina and is the 2nd fastest growing city in the 10-county Upstate region with 23.9% growth. Mauldin has a rich history dating back to the late 1800s. Once a charter town that barely survived the great depression, the city is now a thriving community housing generations of families.

From its beginnings as a stage stop in the 1820s, Simpsonville has become one of the fastest growing small cities in the nation. Located in the rolling hills of north-western South Carolina, it is situated in Greenville County, 12 miles south of Greenville in the heart of the Golden Strip. The beautiful Smoky Mountains are only 40 miles northwest while the renowned coastal resort areas and the historic port of Charleston are 225 miles southeast.

Originally home to several Indian tribes, including the Catawba, the Creek, and the Cherokee, Travelers Rest gained notoriety as a stopover for weary travelers and livestock drovers. Travelers Rest boasts a colorful history dating back to America's early years. Ensconced in South Carolina's northern Greenville County at the intersection of Highways 25 and 276, Travelers Rest sits at the feet of the Blue Ridge Mountains, yet is only a few hours from the Atlantic Ocean. The area in and around Travelers Rest offers a unique variety of antique and specialty shops, restaurants, national and regional chain stores, churches, and leisure activities. Whether you crave the outdoors, antiques, or just a quiet repose, Travelers Rest has it covered.

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Average Housing Prices:
Greenville County:
$252,831 Listing Price
$140,000 Sales Price

Local Town Websites:



Fountain Inn



Travelers Rest

Major Utility Companies:
Big Creek Water & Sewer

AT&T (formerly BellSouth Telephone)
888.757.6500 or 866.321.6716

Charter Communications Cable Television

Duke Power Electric

Electric City Utilities

Piedmont Natural Gas

Freeman Gas

Greenville Water & Sewer

Laurens Electric

Spartanburg Water System/Spartanburg Sanitary Sewer District
(864) 582-6375

Greenville County Schools

Spartanburg District 1 Schools (Campobello, Inman, Landrum)

Spartanburg District 2 Schools (Boiling Springs, Chesnee, Inman, Mayo)

Spartanburg District 3 Schools (Cowpens, Pacolet, Spartanburg)

Spartanburg District 4 Schools (Woodruff)

Spartanburg District 5 Schools (Duncan, Moore, Reidville, Wellford)

Spartanburg District 6 Schools (Moore, Pauline, Roebuck, Spartanburg)

Spartanburg District 7 Schools (Spartanburg)

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