Welcome to Upstate South Carolina!
Located near the Blue Ridge Mountains, Upstate South Carolina is a land rich with unspoiled forest and thundering rivers. A land of peach orchards, pristine lakes and friendly people.
The Upstate is comprised of six counties, four of which are served by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner REALTORS®; Greenville, Spartanburg, Pickens and Anderson.
Greenville County's I-85 corridor is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation. In the past several years, the metro area has added to its list of attractions a 15,000 seat arena, a new hockey team, a world class performing arts venue, and a renovated airport. In addition, the thriving downtown is enough to make much larger cities envious. The county is home to 7 colleges and technical institutions, as well as some of the state's best schools including The Governor's School for the Arts.
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When automotive giant BMW decided to develop its very first manufacturing facility to be located outside of Germany, Spartanburg County was deemed the best possible location in the world. Since then, international businesses have given the area and its bustling portion of the I-85 Corridor a fresh look. Solid schools, safe neighborhoods, and high quality of life make Spartanburg County an ideal place for work, play, and raising a family.
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Anderson, Oconee and Pickens Counties
Situated at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Tri-County Area of Oconee, Pickens, and Anderson counties offers a plethora of benefits to its residents . The mild climate combined with plenty of lakes, rivers, and scenic beauty makes the area perfect for outdoor recreation. The Tri-County area is home to two of the state's top ten school districts and South Carolina's second largest college, Clemson University. In addition, the counties are located halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte.
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