Places: Hampton-Pinckney Historic District dates back to antebellum period
The Hampton-Pinckney Neighborhood is a significant area of Greenville’s history, directly associated with Vardry McBee the “Father of Greenville”. The first house in the area was constructed by Vardry’s son, Pinckney McBee.
Places: The Furman area – Cherrydale Point to Roe Ford Road – just five miles from ‘everywhere’
Fun fact: Furman student, Frank Selvy, scored 100 points in a college basketball game versus Newberry College on February 13, 1954 – he is still the only NCAA Division I player to do so, a record that he has held for over 65 years.
Known for its beautiful mountain vistas, clear blue waters and recreational opportunities, Lake Keowee’s proximity to major Southeast cities makes it the perfect destination for full time residents and second home buyers.