The City of Greenville offers a diverse array of housing options, from single-family homes in traditional neighborhoods to urban lofts, apartments and condos. Beyond downtown Greenville, real estate is colloquially divided into communities like West Greenville, the Eastside, Blue Ridge, San Souci, Five Forks and the Golden Strip. Greenville County’s small, vibrant cities and towns include Greer, Taylors, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Mauldin, Simpsonville and Fountain Inn.

POPULAR GREENVILLE NEIGHBORHOODS


Alta Vista
Augusta Road
Cleveland Forest
Gower Estates
Montebello
North Main
Parkins Mill
Stone Lake

GREENVILLE HISTORIC DISTRICTS


Earle Street
East Park
Hampton-Pinckney
Heritage
Overbrook
Pettigru
West End

Hartness

GREENVILLE REAL ESTATE BY THE NUMBERS

22 Neighborhoods in the City of Greenville
$254K Median Listing Home Price
$123 Median Listing Home Price Per Square Foot
$247K Median Sold Home Price
98.88% Sale-to-List Price Ratio
70 median days on market
Source: Realtor.com, February 2021

 

NEW URBAN DEVELOPMENTS


Hartness
Hollingsworth Park at Verdae

LUXURY CONDOS/APARTMENTS DOWNTOWN


98 E. McBee (indoor bike garage)
100 East (rooftop pool)
400 Rhett (saltwater pool and putting green) 
The Bookends (just steps from Main Street)
The Davenport (historic property)
District West (on the banks of the Reedy River)
Ellison on Broad (rooftop lounge and a fenced-in dog park)
The Field House (over Liberty Taproom)
The Link Westend (open-air kitchen)
Main & Stone (above Two Chefs)
McBee Station (location, location, location)
Ridgeland at the Park (hillside views of Cleveland Park)
Rivers Edge (multiple shared Big Green Egg grills)
South Ridge (above Biscuit Head)

ACCOLADES

People love living in Greenville. The city has been recognized among the Top 10 Best Places to Live, per Livability.com and Men’s Journal; 10 Cities to Watch in 2020, per Worth.com; Best Places to Live, per Money Magazine; Best Places to Retire, per AARP; and Top 4 BestPlaces to Raise a Family, per MarketWatch.

 

 

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