2395 Racing Road Greer, SC 29651
Wonderful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Greer,SC , Very open floor plan,vaulted ceiling in Great Room, Laminate flooring through the Great Room, Kitchen and dining areas , the kitchen offers stainless appliances, and white custom cabinets , down the hall you will find a nice size full bath and a full walk in laundry. The master offers a walk-in closet and a full master bath. two additional bedrooms could also be used for a home office or media room.The covered front porch and the back patio both offer space to enjoy the outdoors. extra storage space is available with a full sized door into the tall crawlspace. Call today for a private showing
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Community - Greer
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Greer is a charming city nestled between Greenville and Spartanburg in South Carolina providing an exceptional environment for raising a family. The town is known for its lively downtown, friendly neighborhoods and thriving small business community.
Greer real estate includes a range of quaint single-story homes to stately mansions with lots of land. Due to the quick growth of the city, more homes are added to the landscape each year, so there are a number of new construction properties for sale in Greer. The cost of living in Greer is just below the national average, and you can get more house for your money than other Upstate communities. Homes in Greer are surrounded by pristine landscaping on quiet streets.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Greer is located directly between Greenville and Spartanburg, putting the attractions of both cities within easy reach. Greer is a wonderful place to raise a family, as it has plenty of kid-friendly destinations, safe neighborhoods and a jam-packed community events calendar. Greer is the site of the only BMW manufacturing facility in North America, providing employment for many Greer residents. Additionally, Greer’s central location means residents may easily commute to work in larger cities nearby.
The city’s lively downtown, also known as Greer Station, includes a variety of retail shops and creative eateries, in addition to the beautiful Greer City Park. This state-of-the-art park includes a beautiful fountain, lush gardens, a serene pond with a gazebo, a children’s play area, a picnic shelter and an amphitheater for outdoor concerts. The city hosts a number of annual festivals and events, such as the Greer Family Fest, the Fourth of July Freedom Blast, and Tunes in the Park during the summer. Greer has an exceptional park system, where residents enjoy recreational activities, in addition to water sports at Lake Robinson and Lake Cunningham nearby.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Students in Greer are affiliated with the Greenville County School District, the largest public school district in the state with approximately 72,000 students enrolled. There are 11 public schools in Greer, including five elementary schools, three middle schools, and three high schools. Greenville, located about 18 miles from Greer, hosts a number of private schools, including Bob Jones Academy, the Camperdown Academy, and more. Greer is located near a variety of colleges and universities in neighboring cities, including the historic Furman University in Greenville, and eight prominent institutions of higher learning in Spartanburg, including the University of South Carolina Upstate and Converse College.
Greer was named for James Manning Greer, the owner of a 200-acre farm called Blakely Place. In the 1870s, Greer sold the land to the railroad and residential developers. By 1914, Greer had two railroad lines crossing through town, leading the way for the textile mills that would become essential to the city’s early development. Downtown Greer was the town’s center of business and entertainment into the 1960s, but became a ghost town in the late ‘60s as railroad commerce shifted to more major routes. In 1998, the organization Partnership for Tomorrow set out to reverse the decline of Greer Station, which is now a thriving downtown area for people to eat, shop and work.
Approximate Distance to:
Greenville: 12 Miles
Spartanburg: 18 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 6 Miles
Greer Memorial Hospital: 2 Miles
Patewood Memorial Hospital: 9 Miles
I-85: 6 Miles
I-385: 10 Miles
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