105 Grayson Court Anderson, SC 29625
Renovated brick ranch (almost 1700 square feet) built in 1996--3 bedroom, 2 bath, and 2 car attached garage. New roof, HVAC, hot water heater, light fixtures, and tile and engineered hardwood floors. Crawl space has a new moisture barrier and new insulation. Both bathrooms and kitchen have been completely updated. New/painted cabinets, new appliances, new showers/tub, new sinks and commodes and all new fixtures. Home has been entirely repainted in a soft, white color. The open floor plan with split bedroom layout makes this home even more desirable. Enjoy the outdoors on the long, front porch and large, refinished deck. There are also closets galore--two bedrooms have 2 closets each. There is also a coat closet, linen closet and extra storage in the laundry room. Rooms are spacious and the fenced-in yard is huge (.77 acre). The centrally-located gas fireplace uses propane as fuel. Home is in a nice, quiet one-street community. There will be an Open House on Sunday, August 14 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Listing Brokerage NameBHHS C Dan Joyner Midtown B
Community - Anderson
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Serving as the county seat, Anderson is the third-largest city in Upstate South Carolina, enjoying a convenient distance from larger neighboring cities. Known for its historic downtown district, tight-knit community and proximity to the renowned Lake Hartwell, Anderson is a desirable place to call home.
Homes in Anderson include a mix of styles, sizes and price points, ranging from modest single-story residences to large estates, many of which enjoy large lots filled with trees and attractive landscaping. There are also a number of condominiums and townhomes in Anderson, adding diversity to the real estate landscape. Home prices in Anderson have appreciated by over 6 percent over the last several years.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Anderson boasts a pristine location amongst some of the area’s finest cities and attractions, including Greenville, Atlanta, Athens, Lake Hartwell and the Savannah River. Nicknamed the “Electric City”, Anderson was ahead of the curve in the late 19th century, becoming the first city in the South to use long-distance cables to carry electricity generated by hydroelectric plants. This innovative spirit has continued into the present day, and Anderson’s quality of life has attracted national attention, as it received the desired All-America City Award from the National Civic League. The community comes together for a number of events and festivals throughout the year, including Balloons Over Anderson and the South Carolina Chili Cook-Off in Belton.
The 36 square blocks of Anderson’s downtown area forms the geographic and historic center of the city, dotted with museums, theaters, historic parks, art galleries, local shops and restaurants. Carolina Wren Park hosts an amphitheater, event pavilion, and a water wall with an interactive splash pad. Cultural attractions, museums and event centers in Anderson include the Anderson Arts Center, the Anderson County Museum, the Electric City Playhouse, and the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center. Lake Hartwell is located approximately 14 miles west of Anderson, serving as the watery backyard of the city with a wonderland of watersports available year-round.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Anderson is served by District 5 of Anderson County School District, which has nine elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools in total. There are 15 private schools in Anderson County, with an enrollment of approximately 1,500 students. In addition to the number of colleges and universities in the area, Anderson is home to Tri-County Technical College and Anderson University, a private, Christian liberal arts university that has received a number of accolades over the years.
Incorporated in 1833, Anderson was named for General Robert Anderson, a Revolutionary War hero and colonial statesman who arrived in South Carolina in the mid-1700s to help his friend survey the land. The city became widely known in 1894 when local engineer William Whitner developed a way to generate alternating-current electricity by harnessing the water of the Rocky River. This accomplishment is said to have sparked the Industrial Revolution in the South, and earned the town the “Electric City” nickname. In 1897, the first cotton gin in the world operated by electricity was constructed in Anderson County. The electricity boom paved the way for Anderson’s involvement in the textile industry into the late 1960s. This innovative city has continued to develop and evolve over time, continually attracting new commerce and industry.
Approximate Distance to:
Greenville: 30 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 40.5 Miles
Charlotte-Douglas International Airport: 123 Miles
AnMed Health: 1 Mile
I-85: 6.5 Miles
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