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We also publish our pictures of Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and the Upstate of South Carolina on our blog to give you a glimpse what a beautiful area it is.
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  The Pettigru Street Historic District is located east of downtown Greenville, around Pettigru Street - between E. North Street, E. Washington Street, Broadus Avenue and Carolina Drive. The area was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and contains 390 acres with 88 proper...
04/19/2009
  This two-story brick paint shop building on the Reedy River in downtown Greenville was built by J.E. Sirrine in 1904 as part of Markley Carriage Factory and hardware complex (Greenville Coach Factory). The Greenville Coach Factory, Paint Shop and Blacksmith buildings were built in 1846 as a pa...
03/15/2009
Return to the Green is held each March, on the Sunday prior to St. Patrick’s Day. This Irish festival and one-day event is set in historic Falls Park against the backdrop of the Reedy River. The celebration includes traditional Celtic music, bagpipes, dance, Irish food, drinks and a variety of c...
03/05/2009
Cumulative historical statistics. Single family/ Condo / Townhouse on the market in December’08.   Based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Greenville, South Carolina, Inc. for the period January 2007 to January 10th, 2009 Source: MLS / Greenville While representative of the mark...
02/09/2009
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This anachronistic stone castle, called the Gassaway Mansion is one of Greenville’s most astonishing buildings. This building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and strangely blends several architectural styles. It was built between 1920 and 1924 by Walter and Minnie Gassaway ...
02/03/2009
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The Anderson Arts Center is located in a renovated warehouse and includes an artisans’ center, classrooms, studio space, a permanent collection gallery and rotating gallery space. The Center was originally established in 1972 and promotes and fosters the practice and appreciation of the arts in ...
01/12/2009
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  Lake John Robinson nestled between Greer, SC and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains is a man-made lake on the South Tyger River. The lake is  operated by Greer Commission of Public Works. Because it is a protected watershed, boat travel is limited to those with less than 10 horsepower, ensurin...
01/07/2009
The membership-based, nonprofit organization ‘Upstate Forever’ recently celebrated their move into a new home, a renovated building in the historic Pettigrue district of Greenville. The former single family residence, built in 1916, had been vacant for over twenty years and had badly deteriorate...
12/03/2008
Cumulative historical statistics. Single family/ Condo / Townhouse on the market in September ‘08 Based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Greenville, South Carolina, Inc. for the period January 2007 to October 10th, 2008 Source: MLS / Greenville While representative of the marke...
11/16/2008
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  The historic Farmers Hall Society building was built in 1826 in the  Greek revival style. This beautiful building is located on the southwest corner of the village green in downtown Pendleton. It was planned as the District’s Court House, but the seat of government was moved before the buildin...
11/14/2008
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