The Upstate SC

VOL12ISS2 2016

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VOLUME 10—ISSUE 1 19 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUME 12 — ISSUE 2 UPSTATE LIVING OPTIMAL RESULTS WHETHER YOU ARE BUYING OR SELLING I know how valuable your time is and that's exactly why my goal is to make your home buying or selling a pleasant, stress-free experience. I will be with you every step of the way, before, during and after the move to make sure all of your expectations are met. When you hire me to help you list or buy a home, you will get someone who cares about you and goes above and beyond. Call me today and let's get started! 864.415.1763 340 East Main Street Spartanburg, SC Annette Starnes REALTOR®, ABR, E-Pro Your total satisfaction is our objective at Coldwell Banker Caine. We provide superb marketing support and expert guidence throughout your real estate transaction. and other small towns add to the diversity of business and lifestyle opportunities. The town of Spartanburg is the county seat. Landrum has a strong equestrian community that celebrates its love for horses with events throughout the year. The Block House Steeplechase at Foothills Equestrian Nature Center is highly anticipated each year. Regional cuisine is celebrated at local favorite eateries. The equestrian crowd and locals mix at the Hare and Hound pub, and Stone Soup Market and Café, known for its innovative and eclectic farm fresh menu and its soon-to-come specialty food market with fresh bread, baked goods, frozen casseroles, soups and local meats. For one of the most rejuvenating and peaceful overnight stays in the Upstate, visitors and locals head to The Red Horse Inn. The beautiful property was voted in 2016 as the "Most Romantic Getaway" in the state of South Carolina by Not far from Landrum is a small but historic dot on the map ripe with stories and history. Dark Corners has a rich moonshine history as told by author and historian, Dean Campbell. Campbell speaks to groups and universities across the region and state. In his talks he often shares interesting Dark Corners trivia – it has the state's oldest bridge – Poinsett Bridge, sole surviving extant bridge – Campbell's Covered Bridge, and the state's only mountain top course, Cliffs at Glassy. The town of Greer is experiencing high growth with record rates of new business putting down roots. New retail projects like Riverside Crossing, a substantial increase in single family homes, steady growth in historic downtown, branded as Greer Station with specialty retail and niche restaurants, all point to a progressive community. "A continued rise in gross retail sales is a great indicator of the economic climate in Greer," said Mark Owens, president and CEO of the Greater Greer Chamber >>

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