Downtown Greenville, SC Real Estate
Widely recognized as one of the best downtown’s in America, Downtown Greenville has and continues to earn accolades from well renowned sources and celebrities. Today’s Downtown Greenville has come from a great deal of hard work, time and research from many extraordinary visionaries. Located in the scenic Piedmont region known as the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville offers a rich history of diverse living environments and neighborhood characteristics. Among the variety of housing options available are traditional, older historic neighborhoods, suburban residences and urban condominiums.
Greenville’s downtown is a bustling district filled with independently owned retail shops and restaurants. A wide variety of arts and entertainment options range from the Greenville Drive at Fluor Field to locally grown farmers markets to an array of fine arts venues for innovative music, dance, performance & visual art. Not to be overlooked are the numerous parks – for people & pets alike, Greenville Zoo, and ideal proximity to both mountains & beach.
Neighborhoods and Homes for Sale in Downtown Greenville, SC and North Main:
One of the original residential communities in Greenville, “North Main” is touted for its convenience, walkability & proximity to Downtown. The architecture is as eclectic as the residents who call North Main “home.” This family friendly (both 2 legged & 4 legged) neighborhood boasts two elementary schools – Stone Academy and Summit Drive Elementary, two parks, Stone Lake Community Pool, the Earle Street Historic District and much more. Bordering “North Main,” are the popular neighborhoods: Stone Lake, Dellwood and CroftStone. The North Main Community is the area North of Stone Avenue, West of Mohawk Drive and Chick Springs Road; South of North Pleasantburg Drive, and East of Worley Road, Rutherford Street, and Rutherford Road.
The first Hampton-Pinckney home was built by Pinckney McBee before the the Civil War. In the 1890s, the family land was subdivided into residential lots, and the Hampton-Pinckney neighborhood was born. It later became the first “trolley car” neighborhood in Greenville. One of the oldest in-town Greenville neighborhoods, Hampton-Pinckney exudes Victorian-era charm.
The Overbrook community burgeoned between 1913 and 1924 with bungalow and craftsman style homes. A separate portion of the original Overbrook community Overbrook was portioned off in 1917 creating Overbrook Circle. Overbrook is bordered by Pleasantburg Drive to the West, East North Street to the South, Stone Avenue to the East, and Laurens Road to the North.
Greenville, SC - 59 Grand Vista Lane
The Ridges at Paris Mountain
Greenville, SC - 107 Greenedge Lane
The Ridges at Paris Mountain
Greenville, SC - 203 Hope Street
Greenville, SC - 10 Ledbury Lane
Greenville - 2507 Wade Hampton BoulevardCommercial: Commercial
7800 Square Feet
Greenville, SC - 1001 South Church StreetSubdivision: None
Lots and Land: Commercial Site
Lot Size: 1.20 Acres