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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Greenville

  • Born to be wild! Experience animal magnetism at the Greenville Zoo. The grounds aren't as large as you might find elsewhere, yet, exhibits are expansive and contain all the usual suspects from elephants, to alligators. Traverse the city's Swamp Rabbit Trail when you'd rather catch a glimpse of the local wildlife that exists on the banks of this 17 mile path.

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  • Thriving arts scene! National and regional acts take the stage at the elaborate Peace Center, which houses an additional concert hall and amphitheater. Art abounds at the Greenville County Museum of Art, which boasts an eclectic mix of American Art collections to include Warhol and South Carolina native, Henrietta Johnston.
  • Sports Buffs! The town hosts the Greenville Drive baseball league that plays at Fluor Field, built to replicate Fenway Park. The Greenville Road Warriors hockey club plays across town at Bon Secours Wellness Arena that is also used for occasional concerts.
  • Breathtaking Parks! There is no better way to experience the areas scenic draw than a day spent at Paris Mountain State Park. Residents hike, bike, canoe, and fish at 1,540 acre open air attraction situated along Lake Placid. Camping is also available and oft times locals can secure an antiquated cabin similar to the Camp Buckhorn Lodge for their stay.
  • First Class Museums! Greenville offers its residents immense culture. The Roper Mountain Science Center allows for an education on natural and space age science through exciting displays, an arboretum, planetarium, and observatory. For a lesson on the regions allure, stroll over to the Upcounty History Museum, where exhibits will guide you from past to present via burgeoning technology.
  • Food for all taste buds! When craving the spice laden fare of India, locals suggest Kasturi Indian Cuisine, which serves the favorites in traditional fashion and boasts a buffet style lunch. For a new twist on American with a French flare, try Starlight Cafe, which features scallops, duck confit, and an old fashioned burger in a quaint setting.
  • Unique coffee joints! The city has some great roasts, but the best coffee in town isn't through a drive through window or walk up counter, it's served at two locations that also act as functioning restaurants with a passion for the high octane beverage. The Scullery comes equipped with a menu full of caffeine as well as home made ice cream and a seasonally charged food list. The Tipsy Teapot exudes more of a classic cafe setting equipped with coffee, tea; vegetarian options and live acts that grace the small stage now and again.
  • Music Fix! Vinyl, cult film classics, a drive through, what's not to adore about East Coast Music and Video? Fighting Netflix is hard, but when you showcase live bands in store and get your hands on the latest releases while still keeping the classics alive and well, folks keep you around. For those seeking to add books to the queue, David's Used Books offers music, video, and those dusty hard covers.
  • Sample Local Brews! A short day trip will allow you to travel up the road to Kinston's Mother Earth Brewing where you can tour the grounds and sample everything from seasonal drafts to staples like Dark Cloud, their Dunkel Lager. Once back in town, you can grab other South Carolina made craft selections at Christy's Euro Pub.
  • Hot commodities! Rent to own homes in town that provide value reside nearest Cleveland Street and Crescent Avenue, median home value here is $468,662. Another location on the value radar is Greenville's City Center, with median values of $414,431.
  • Affordable Rent! Rent to own houses that won't break the bank are located near Pelham and Gilderbrook Roads, rent averages are $667 per month. The neighborhood of Lakeside is reasonable as well, monthly average cost is $609.
  • Climbing Appreciation! When seeking rising value in rent to own options seek listings in Gantt where the average annual increase is 4.33%. North Main Street and East Hillcrest Drive properties see a 4.25% increase.
  • Low Cost Housing! Abodes built in the Park Place neighborhood see a median home value of $56,526 while nearby, surrounding Hampton Avenue and Nichols Street, home value averages are $87,229.
  • Lakeside Serenity! Living off Mauldin Road and Fairforest Way allows access to the Lake Conestee Nature Park and all of its amenities.