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  • The city of Mauldin is named after W.L. Mauldin, a lieutenant governor who was instrumental in bringing a railroad line through the area in the early 1800s. The city is now known for many things, including being the area where professional basketball player Kevin Garnett honed his skills. With its parks, cultural activities and reasonably priced real estate, it's not hard to figure out why Mauldin experienced rapid population growth that was roughly double the South Carolina average over the last decade.

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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Mauldin, SC

  • Have fun at the Mauldin Cultural Center! Located near Springfield Park and Red's Barber Shop, the Mauldin Cultural Center has been a city landmark since 1937 and is the social center of the town. A variety of activities take place at the Center, including art exhibits, community events, live performances and dance lessons. Residents can take a class on painting landscapes one day and watch a local production of To Kill a Mockingbird the next.
  • Profit from rising home value! Property value in Mauldin has jumped 3.3 percent over the last 12 months, and that positive trend isn't expected to stop. That makes today a great time to buy a condo or house in Mauldin. The areas surrounding the Mauldin Public Library and Mauldin Open Air Market are good choices. If you don't know if you're ready to buy, rent to own homes are available. By leasing to own, newcomers can test out a housing unit and neighborhood prior to making a purchase decision.
  • Go out any day of the week! Whether it's a dinner, a night of partying, or shopping excursions, residents of Mauldin have entertainment options right in their own backyard. For tasty, traditional pub food and cold beers, try The Turtle Shell Grill and Bar. Head to Chicora Alley for delicious quesadillas. If you enjoy singing karaoke, look no further than Mauldin Pub. Shoppers will find all they need on and around Main Street (U.S. Route 276). Numerous chain retailers and independent shops, like Moonstruck Specialty Store and Social Butterfly Boutique, are located there.
  • Enjoy reasonable lease and purchase prices! The average cost of real estate per square foot is $77 in Mauldin, which is less than the Greenville metro average of roughly $94. Nearly 67% of rental homes rent between $500 and $1,000 per month. All of this proves that Mauldin residents get more space for their dollar, regardless of whether they're renting or buying. Newcomers looking for apartments should search near the Golden Strip Shopping Center. Check the area near Earls Lake for houses.