Anderson, the seat of Anderson County, anchors this area with its cute downtown, brimming with local shops and restaurants.
Boiling Springs is a mostly residential community perfectly located northwest of Spartanburg.
Though Clemson University anchors the town, theres more to Clemson than textbooks and football.
Downtown Greenville is the best place to start your Upcountry South Carolina adventure.
As the Town of Duncan grows, more and more people are attracted to its prime location.
With newer developments, established suburbs, and a plethora of stores and restaurants, Easley and Powdersville have it all.
With a cute traditional Main Street, plenty of room to roam, and the newest high school in the area opening right here in 2021, Fountain Inn is a community on the rise.
With access to downtown amenities, abundant nearby lakes and parks, and travel options galore, Greater Spartanburg is perfectly located.
With a blend of established neighborhoods and new construction, a wide variety of amenities, and easy access to the mountains or the coast, Greenville is versatile.
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greer offers opportunities for both rural and in-town living.
With blue water, multiple public parks, and a stunning location just 15 minutes from Clemson in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lake Keowee is one of the nicest bodies of water in Upstate South Carolina.
Landrum, which cozies up to the North Carolina state line, is the heart of horse country around here.
Convenience is the name of the game in Mauldin.
From its iconic clock tower and cute downtown to new suburban communities, Simpsonville is one of the highest growth areas of Upstate South Carolina.
Conveniently located close to Downtown Greenville, this former industrial town features a mix of older homes and newer neighborhoods.
This quintessential mountain town just north of Greenville is located only 25 minutes from Hendersonville, North Carolina, and just 45 minutes from Asheville, North Carolina.