Yolanda Austin

000 Anderson Highway Easley, SC 29640

$154,000

Active

Acres
7
Type
Lots and Land
Status
Active
MLS#
20219460

Absolutely gorgeous property, cleared and ready for whatever you want. The possibilities are endless. Just minutes from dining and shopping. Call for a private tour of this beautiful property today. Open space with no restrictions. Willing to add available acreage.

Presented By

Yolanda Austin

(864) 630-3223


General

Type

  • Lots and Land

Lot Description

  • Gentle Slope, Level, Pasture

Acreage

  • 7

Listing Brokerage Name

  • Allen Tate Greenville-Downtown

Schools

Elementary School

  • West End Elem

Middle School

  • Richard H Gettys Middle

High School

  • Easley High

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Easley is a small city southwest of Greenville resting in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This community enjoys its beautiful natural surroundings, teeming with opportunities for outdoor recreation.

 

Real Estate

There are a variety of options for housing in Easley, from quaint single-story homes to grandiose mansions. Easley real estate is moderately priced, making this a relatively affordable place to live. Charming features of homes in Easley include cheerful shutters, brick facades, and other traditional and Colonial elements.

 

Lifestyle and Attractions

Easley is a charming town nestled in the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This small city of more than 20,000 residents is surrounded by an abundance of hiking trails, rivers, lakes, and other places for outdoor recreation. Easley is situated approximately 13 miles west of Greenville, putting plenty of big-city conveniences within reach. Easley residents may easily travel in and out of Greenville for employment, shopping, dining and entertainment. The city of Easley has excellent educational and healthcare facilities, a varied manufacturing base, and a diverse network of retailers of both locally owned businesses and national retail chains.

 

Learn about area history and culture at the Pickens County Museum of Art and History, located just 7 miles away in Pickens. The Fine Arts Center of Easley is an artistic hub offering classes in visual art, writing, theater and music. Residents and visitors enjoy performances at the Foothills Playhouse, a quaint community theater in town. The City of Easley Parks and Recreation Department maintains several parks, sports facilities and picnic shelters in Easley, and the Saluda River is a popular destination for tubing, kayaking and swimming. Annual community events and festivals in Easley include the Upper South Carolina State Fair, the Children’s Fall Festival, and the Christmas Festival.

 

Nearby Schools and Higher Education

Although the city extends into both Anderson and Pickens Counties, students in Easley are affiliated with the School District of Pickens County. There are five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school in Easley. Additionally, there are four private schools in Pickens County, of which one is located in Easley. In addition to Tri-County Technical College located in town, residents may easy access a number of nearby colleges and universities, including Furman University, Bob Jones University, University of South Carolina-Upstate, and more.

 

History

This town may have a long history, but it was not always called Easley. Early settlers were known to call the community Rockville by the year 1791, and the name was changed to Pickensville shortly after. The railroad arrived to the area in 1874, sparking yet another name change for this small town. The railroad reached a nearby town called Easley just two miles away, causing commerce and business to move from Pickensville to Easley. In 1875, a new charter was granted to the entire area, adopting its current name.

 

In 1953, Easley Textile Company, later known as Swirl Inc., came to Easley, which brought many jobs for residents. This company created the “Swirl” wrap dress, which was a successful and much-needed boost for the local economy. And in 1956, Saco Lowell, a manufacturer of yarn production equipment, built a plant in Easley. At this point, the infrastructure of Easley began to expand, as the construction of US-123 brought new business into the city.

 

Approximate Distance to:

 

Greenville: 12.5 Miles

 

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 27.5 Miles

 

Hospitals:

  • Baptist Easley Hospital: 1 Mile

  • Greenville Memorial Hospital: 11.5 Miles

 

Major Highway:

  • US-123: 1 Mile


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Presented By

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Data last updated: 10/18/19.
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