Rent to Own Homes near Wade Hampton, SC

  • According to the 200 census, 20,458 residents call Wade Hampton home. The area is named for the Civil War general and South Carolina governor. Wade Hampton has a grand total of 8.8 square miles, but it also gives you convenient access to the greater Greenville metro area and its many amenities. When you want to stay within the town borders, you'll still have plenty of places to go.

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Top 6 Reasons to Live in Wade Hampton, SC

  • Low property tax rates! Wade Hampton's real estate tax rates are nearly half the US average, which means you'll have more to spend on a home here. You can start looking for available homes for sale in the East North Street and Haywood Road neighborhood, or the Edwards Road and Howell Road neighborhood. Both areas put you within reach of local shopping and dining options.
  • Many rental options! More than one-third of homes in Wade Hampton are occupied by renters, but you'll have to watch closely to find available apartments or rental homes. You may be able to find rent to own options in or near the Hillsborough Drive neighborhood, or the Wade Hampton Blvd. and Edwards Road neighborhood.
  • Great dining options! The Open Hearth, which has been around since 1959, serves delicious seafood and steak, as well as tempting desserts, like chocolate brownie sundaes and Southern pecan pie. Fonda Rosalinda's offers homemade tortilla chips and salsa, fajitas, quesadillas and other spicy dishes in a warm and inviting environment.
  • All kinds of recreation! At Butler Springs Park, you can play a bit of tennis, go for a stroll along the walking trail or plan a picnic. Pavilion Recreation Complex offers a variety of activities, including ice skating, soccer, inline skating and tennis.
  • Plenty of shopping! Wade Hampton Plaza Shopping Center gives you a convenient place to do some of your shopping. At nearby Haywood Mall, you can shop for clothes, jewelry, home goods, electronics and gifts. There are many specialty stores to choose from -- or get all your shopping done at the local WalMart.
  • Art appreciation! At the Fine Arts Center, you can attend a variety of performances ranging from dance festivals to jazz concerts. If you'd rather be the one making art, head to Color Clay Cafe to create your own artwork with wood, glass, ceramic or other materials at one of their workshops.