0 Chinquapin Road Lot #7 Travelers Rest, SC 29690
Lot #7. Located in the coveted hills of Travelers Rest, this beautiful 1 acre of raw land awaits you and your vision. Within close proximity to all that TR has to offer from outdoorsy hiking and biking to downtown city eats and entertainment, you have it all at this prime location. Public water is available, no need for a well! Seller is willing to pay initial fees for septic permit and public water connection with acceptable offer and power is available at the street. This is a portion of 10 total acres available for sale on Chinquapin Rd. See MLS 1476256 for the 10 acre listing. Individual 1 acre parcels are for sale, up to 10 acres.
Listing Brokerage NameRed Door Realty
Community - Travelers Rest
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Travelers Rest is a small, quiet town located in Upstate South Carolina on the outskirts of Greenville. With a revitalized downtown, a variety of community events, and access to nearby outdoor recreational opportunities, Travelers Rest is a great place to call home.
Real estate values in Travelers Rest are consistently rising. You will find a variety of homes in Travelers Rest, from quaint residences to grandiose multi-million-dollar mansions. Travelers Rest homes are primarily constructed in traditional and Colonial styles, and there are a number of new construction homes for sale due to the area’s growing population.
Lifestyle and Attractions
With a population of about 5,000, Travelers Rest, known by locals as TR, is a small town on the rise. It is located between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the larger city of Greenville, which is the primary city of this region. The town got its name from its position as a stop for travelers who would rest there in the early 1800s before a difficult journey into the mountains. Furman University is situated just south of the city limits, and Travelers Rest consequently enjoys a college town feel, as the campus is a source for entertainment, sports and other events. The community also hosts a number of annual events and festivals, including Art on the Trail, the Strawberry Festival and Country Fair, and more.
The Main Street area of Travelers Rest is dotted with restored historic buildings, new plantings, and streetlights, having received a facelift in recent years. Trailblazer Park is another downtown addition, serving as the site of the Travelers Rest Farmers Market, seasonal events, and outdoor concerts at the park’s outdoor amphitheater. Residents may access a number of state parks and other nearby destinations for outdoor recreation, including Paris Mountain State Park, with two lakes for fishing and boating, plus 15 miles of trails for hiking and biking. Travelers Rest is a popular destination for bikers, walkers and runners traveling along Swamp Rabbit Trail, which runs along the Reedy River from Greenville to Travelers Rest. Residents and visitors may learn about area history at the History Museum of Travelers Rest.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Students in Travelers Rest attend schools in the Greenville County School District. There are four public schools located in town, including Gateway Elementary School, Heritage Elementary School, Northwest Middle School and Travelers Rest High School. There are 56 private schools in the county, including two private schools located within the boundaries of Travelers Rest and several others within reach. Furman University is located just south of Travelers Rest. Otherwise, residents may access a number of colleges and universities in the area, including Bob Jones University, Brown Mackie College, Webster University and more.
This small town located in the northern part of Greenville County began as a place where settlers arriving in Conestoga wagons would stop on their way through the mountains. Drovers from Kentucky and Tennessee on their way to South Carolina markets passed through Travelers Rest in the 1800s, along with their herds of cattle, sheep and hogs. As a result, taverns and inns sprang up in this area to accommodate these travelers. Lodging business picked up even more throughout the 1800s, as travelers continued to arrive by train after the introduction of the railroad.
Travelers Rest was incorporated twice, first in 1891 until the incorporation period expired 30 years later, and again in 1891, after residents petitioned to incorporate the city under its existing name.
Approximate Distance to:
Greenville: 10 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 18.5 Miles
North Greenville Hospital: 1 Mile
Greenville Memorial Hospital: 12 Miles
US-276: Less Than 1 Mile
US-25: 1.5 Miles
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