Built between 1825 and 1830, the mill was situated close to where Reedy River and Brushy Creek meet
The Cureton-Huff house, located in rural Greenville county, housed several generations of the Cureton family.
More than half a dozen resorts are a short drive from Greenville.
Dominating an entire block of downtown Greer, the beautiful Davenport House is a significant piece of Greer's history
There are currently over 1,000 homes for sale in Greenville and approximately 194 homes sold last month.
One of only two Frank Lloyd Wright designed properties in South Carolina.
The historic house and barn, situated on approximately 10.88 acres, are located off Highway 14 – in what used to be considered the rural ‘outskirts’ of Greenville County.
Viewing the rings of Saturn or taking a peek at the polar ice caps on Mars are just two of the spectacular views provided by the 23 inch refractor telescope at the Daniel Observatory.
Considering a day trip? The best way to explore the SC Upcountry is along the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway.
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.
Fun fact: Paris Mountain is a monadnock. A monadnock is defined as a mountain that rises up out of otherwise flat land.
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.
No matter what you call the area, Augusta Street or Augusta Road, it is one of the oldest and most desirable neighborhoods in Greenville.
Five Forks was voted the #1 Best Place to Raise a Family in South Carolina.
These are just a few of the many properties available in the Downtown Greenville area. From renovated mills to brand new construction there is something for everyone.