Campo – Bella” ……… ‘Beautiful Field’. Campobello is just that. Nestled in the Northwestern portion of Spartanburg County, Campobello is a quiet country town with gentle rolling hills surrounded by peach and apple orchards. Campobello is still close to Interstaes 26 and scenic Highway 11. The 469 residents of Campobello take great pride in their community and it’s rich history.
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Introducing Carolina Ridges Subdivision. Located near Interstates 85 and 26, Carolina Ridges is Lyman’s newest subdivision in District 5, serving Spartanburg County’s District 5 schools including Byrne’s High School. Carolina Ridges features wooded lots, streams and 8.5 miles of walking trails. Tap into city sewer and water systems. 1800 minimum square footage required. All lots provide for side entry 2 car garages. Carolina Ridges is centrally located between Greenville and Spartanburg, within minutes of restaurants, shopping and Lyman’s public Library, make Carolina Ridges the place you call home! Bring your own builder or choose from our list of builders to design and create your dream home! Call us today for more information: 864-384-5400!
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Duncan is a 3.5 Square mile suburb of Spartanburg, SC and was founded by Zachary Barnett Duncan. It was originally called New Hope, and later Vernonsville, Duncan took on its official name in 1881.
Duncan is home to the J. F. Byrnes High School, The Byrnes Rebel Regiment and the District 5 Fine Arts Center. Most notable Byrnes graduates include Marcus Lattimore, University of
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Small farmhouses scattered the northwest area of Spartanburg County until the mid 1870’s. In 1876, local landowner, William Goens offered a tract of land to the rail company free of charge. With the rail depot, a small retail district sprang up and the community took shape and Inman was named after Southern Railway executive, John Hamilton Inman.
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Spartanburg is that “just right” size city nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina and is a short drive to major cities like Atlanta and Charlotte making it a very attractive place to live. Nicknamed Sparkle City, Spartanburg County is home to more than 100 international firms including BMW manufacturing plant, Denny’s Corporation and Milliken and Company and the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, which is served by seven major airlines, providing convenient transportation to and from the area.