Living in Greenville/Spartanburg
Greenville and Spartanburg are located in the Upstate region of South Carolina at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Greenville is situated on land formerly belonging to the Cherokee Indians. After the defeat of the Cherokees by the British,
land was made available to Revolutionary soldiers for the first occupancy of the land which is now the City of Greenville.
Spartanburg has a rich historical and cultural heritage dating back to Colonial Times when a key battle of the Revolutionary
War was fought in Spartanburg County. The battlefield is part of the National Park Service and special events still take place
each year. Spartanburg is filled with Southern hospitality and is an internationally recognized business and cultural center.
Outdoor activities abound at any of the Spartanburg area lakes, the many parks and golf courses. Spartanburg is conveniently
situated at the junction of I-26 and I-85.
The town of Easley and Powdersville are both located in historic Anderson County.
Located along I-85, approximately halfway between Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina, the city of Greenville thrives with an abundance of restaurants, businesses, shopping centers, walking and biking trails, historical sites, and recreational hotspots.
Simpsonville is located in the rolling hills of South Carolina just 12 miles south of Greenville. New homes in Simpsonville are in demand because it is one of the fastest growing areas in the Southeast.
New homes are in demand in the northwest area of Spartanburg because of the proximity to the I-85 corridor that runs between Charlotte, North Carolina and Greenville, South Carolina. Buyers appreciate the exceptional value of the new homes, and the convenience to the hub of exceptional colleges and universities in Spartanburg, as well as the regional medical facilities.