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Relocate to Easley, SC

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Our Father's Houses Realty

Relocate to Easley, SC - why?  If you're considering relocating to or within Upstate SC, Easley is the place to be.  It's nestled between Greenville, Clemson, and the mountains, and the city is very well managed with revitalization going on constantly, before areas even get run down.  If you're looking for a relaxed lifestyle, and not just a house, you have to check out Easley, SC!

First, Easley offers safety.  With only 1 murder in all of 2007, you can rest easy at night knowing your choice to relocate to Easley, SC is a safe one.  Maybe because neighbors are so friendly in this area, someone's always watching out for you and your family.  And if you stay here long, you'll come to know many of the police officers on a first name basis, as well.

Second, Easley offers family friendly events.  The city does an incredible job with planning events to keep everyone active and outside.  Between Easley's events and your close proximity to downtown Greenville, there's ALWAYS something to do here.  Check out the city's event site here to see what's coming soon.

Downtown Easley Events  Easley Summer Music Series  Downtown Easley Inflatables

Easley is local to recreation of all sorts.  The Recreation Department in Easley offers year round sports for children of all ages and several adult leagues, as well.  Our "JB Red Owens Park" is the most recent addition to our facilities, and it's so spectacular that it hosts the Big League World Series every August, when teams come from around the world to compete for a World Championship in Easley.  ESPN has even been here filming the last couple of years.  If organized sports are not your thing, the recreation department also offers natural walking trails, a gym with walking track for those rainy days, picnic shelters, a Frisbee golf course, and shortly will be adding a biking and pedestrian trail - plans were just finalized in March 2010.

JB Red Owens Entrance  JB Red Owens park bball fields 

Relocating to Easley, SC puts you within 30 minutes or an hour of several mountain hiking and biking areas, including Table Rock, Caesars Head, and Paris Mountain, as well.  Lakes Keowee, Jocassee, and Hartwell are within 20 minutes' drive, and golf courses abound here, as well.  If you're looking for an easy hike or a course to play, email me - I can help you figure out which locations best suit your abilities (or your weakness in golf)!

View of Table Rock and valleys from Caesar's Head  Southern Oaks Golf Course

If you're considering upstate SC, please give Dreamfinders Real Estate Group, Inc. a chance to show you Easley, SC.  Moving here could very well be the last move you ever want to make!

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