Greenville Areas and Neighborhoods:

Downtown Greenville

Downtown Greenville is one of the best places to go when living or visiting Greenville, South Carolina. With each year, more and more people are choosing to call Greenville their home. This Southern community offers a wide variety of entertainment and dining options for all to enjoy. Read more about the Downtown Greenville area

Augusta Road

Flanked by South Main Street and I-85 along its northern and southern sides, Augusta Road is the oldest and most upscale shopping district. Strategically located a mere mile from downtown Greenville, Augusta Road is the perfect blend of Southern charm and the offerings of modern living, complete with a vibrant shopping environment and a slew of restaurants and entertainment options. Read more about the Augusta Rd area


Located between Charlotte, Greenville, Anderson and Spartanburg, Greer is a town that is perfectly located to enjoy the very best of the old and new South. Always a bustling business district with commercial activity focused around its train station, the town’s economy received a significant boost when BMW chose to set up their only assembly unit in the country in Greer. Read more about the Greer area

Simpsonville/Five Forks

The quality of life in Simpsonville is astonishing. Whatever your interests or hobbies, they are catered for here.

The city has over 19,000 residents, and the number is growing by the day. Located in the rolling hills of Northwestern South Carolina, the city’s motto is “Character Protected. Community Perfected,” and it describes it utterly. Read more about the Simpsonville area

Simpsonville Downtown and Fairview/Harrison Bridge Road

Simpsonville is a thriving city situated in the middle of Greenville county. Simpsonville is known for its low unemployment and crime rate, and this makes its downtown area a great place to live. The area is vibrant and close to many shops and entertainment venues. The city’s main commercial hub is situated on the corner of Fairview Road and Harrison Bridge Road. Read more about the Simpsonville area


Mauldin, SC has retained its small town feel while opening its doors to a host of modern amenities. Hailed as one of South Carolina’s best residential areas, the city is one of the most affordable and safe places to set up a home. The local government has not only created a thriving commercial environment, which is conducive to a range of business activities, but also they have invested in amenities and services that offer the area its high quality of life. Read more about the Mauldin area

Fountain Inn

Once the location of an inn with a fountain in its yard that would serve weary travelers along the stagecoach route, today the town of Fountain Inn is a thriving neighborhood. It is often ranked highly among the best residential areas of South Carolina. With Simpsonville its closest neighbor to the Southeast and Greenville farther down in that direction, the picturesque town right off I-385 has rightly been heralded as the Diamond of the Golden Strip. Read more about the Fountain Inn area

Travelers Rest

The tranquil and serene environment of Traveler’s Rest, SC belies its colorful past when it was just a stopover for travelers gearing up for the arduous journey ahead. Originally a town of taverns and stores that cropped up to meet the demands of visitors, Traveler’s Rest now has two intersecting highways; 25 and 276, which are the transportation lifelines of the area and have contributed massively to its commercial growth. Read more about the Travelers Rest area

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