Holly Trace is an established 180 lot neighborhood located on highway 14, across from Holly Tree Plantation Golf community in Simpsonville South Carolina. If you are looking for median priced to upscale Simpsonville SC homes for sale in a nice location, Holly Trace subdivision is a good choice. Neighborhood consists of custom built homes of different styles and sizes, built on large spacious lots with plenty of matured trees that provide shade and privacy throughout the neighborhood.
Holly Trace subdivision homes range in size from 2000 square feet to about 4500 square feet on some of the homes with full finished basements. Based on recently sold homes and homes currently available for sale in Holly Trace, homes in this subdivision range in price from the high $200,000's to the low $400,000's. In this neighborhood you can find one story homes, two story homes, basement homes, homes with vinyl siding, synthetic stucco and full brick homes. Some of these homes actually back up to Holly Tree golf course.
Holly Trace neighborhood amenities include a swimming pool, club house, tennis courts, playground, street lights and common areas.
Schools assigned to this neighborhood at the time of this post are Bethel Elementary, Hillcrest Middle and Mauldin High school. Greenville County school assignments are subject to change in the future. Visit Greenville County Schools website for updates and academic calender.
For more information about Holly Trace Subdivision Real Estate, or to get a qualified REALTORÂ® working for you on your Simpsonville Real Estate needs, contact Victor Amadi orÂ 864-525-0201. You can also view information and homes for sale in other popular Simpsonville Subdivisions. You can also use my Greenville SC real estate website to search homes for sale. If you are looking to get your home sold, contact me for our marketing services.
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