The list: Roper Mountain area

The Roper Mountain area is usually considered by locals as the general area located between Pelham and Woodruff Roads.

Featured Home: Downtown unit, presented by Sharon Wilson

Featured homes are an integral part of the Greenville Journal. Listed below is the featured home that appeared in the November 22, 2019 issue.

The list: Historic homes

Walking through the door of a historic home, you are transported back to a time gone by. Take a moment and think about the families, the children, the lives that have touched the house you could now call home.

The list: Furman area listing

The Furman area – Cherrydale Point to Roe Ford Road – just five miles from ‘everywhere’

The list: Paris Mountain Area

The views and wooded seclusion feel of the Paris Mountain area makes it a popular “in town” escape for everyday living.

The list: Augusta Road Area

Named Augusta Road in the 1830s when it became the main route between Greenville and Augusta, GA it would become one of the most important areas in Greenville’s growth.

The list: Five Forks area

The Five Forks area has experienced a 75% increase in population over the last 20 years.

The list: Downtown Greenville condos, townhomes and lofts

With approximately 51 condo, townhome and loft properties available in Downtown Greenville, there is bound to be a floor plan to suit almost every need.

The list: North Main Area

The North Main Community is diverse and historic, as one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city.

The list: Lake Keowee life

The perfect destination for full time residents and second home buyers.

The list: Living in Simpsonville

Simpsonville is one of the Upstate’s fastest growing areas.

The list: Lake Hartwell living

Living on the lake is a magical experience, whether it is a summer vacation spot or a year-round residence, life just seems more peaceful on the water.

The list: Living in Landrum

Landrum offers visitors and residents drives along scenic roads, strolling through unique antique and specialty shops, or dining in one of the local restaurants.

The list: Living in Easley

Situated at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Easley is near numerous outdoor attractions.

The list: Living in Mauldin

Mauldin was recently named the healthiest housing market in South Carolina.