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Mon Jul 20, 2015
Brandi Edens answered:
I see that no one has answered your question.
I checked on that property and it is no longer available.
If you're interested in finding another property like it, I'd be more than happy to help you! ... more
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Thu Mar 26, 2015
James St. James answered:
I have never been to Greenville SC. I live in Santa Barbara, CA.
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Tue Feb 10, 2015
Rene' Rogers asked:
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Tue Jun 4, 2013
Mona Lisa Harrison answered:
Historic Overbrook area is located near downtown Greenville and is enjoying a renewal as many homes have been remodeled and upgraded. There's even a few new builds. My company has done 8 homes in Overbrook. ... more
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Wed May 22, 2013
Judy Buss answered:
The schools would be Mauldin Elementary, Middle and High if that helps.
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Sat Mar 23, 2013
brownys7 answered:
league academy (middle school), Wade hampton high and Riverside High
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Sat Mar 23, 2013
brownys7 answered:
We have school choice in greenville. If you want your child to go to another school, that's not his or her assigned school, then you apply and if and only if they have room after all the assigned kids are accounted for, then your child will get accepted.

Yolanda (mother of 3)
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Wed Feb 6, 2013
rnewell777 answered:
Actually, there are several Montessori Schools. My order of rating would be Pelham Rd, Five Oaks/Simpsonville, State Park Rd & Mauldin. While there are some pretty indoctrinated church schools (Southside, Shannon Forest), others are just plain terrific preschools with an emphasis on good common values, especially Westminster. In the middle is First Presby, a fine school. Christ Church is a bit rigid/demanding. Not sure if St. Mary's has preschool, but it's a great school. ... more
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Mon Oct 8, 2012
Debi Garrison answered:
Robert Cashion, Hughes, and Southside.
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Wed Oct 3, 2012
Johnny Lee answered:
Property of interest is located in the county of Anderson, SC.
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Sun Jul 17, 2011
Alc asked:
The content is very outdated and does not reflect the current status of the school. I specifically refer to the link:
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Tue May 31, 2011
Sheila Reeves answered:
Hi Kelly:

You are choosing wisely if you decide to move to the Greater Greenville, SC area. we have excellent healthcare systems in the Greenville Hospital System and St. Francis Health. My personal experience has been with Greenville Hospital System and I found their healthcare to be really good. Several years ago, I had some health problems and was pleased with the care I received there. Their Heart Center is world class as are many of their different healthcare disciplines (see the 3rd link to learn more. They are also a teaching hospital and recently the University of South Carolina has partnered with GHS.

With regard to our schools, the first link below will take you to the Greenville County Schools web site. There is a great deal of information including pages for each school. We have some of the best schools in the state in the Upstate Areas.

The past Holiday Weekend was filled with things to do from the Bike Race in Downtown Greenville, to Freedom Weekend Aloft hot air balloon race with many other activities/foods at that event in Simpsonville and even celebration of the Scottish Games and Festival at Furman University.

South Carolina State Housing now has a program for Palmetto Heroes for Police Officers, Fire Fighters, EMS, Teachers, Nurses, and Veterans. If you move here this year, you will be eligible for up to $5,000 down payment assistance, forgivable or repayable based on income)- which should be of benefit to you when you buy a home!

Email or call me to discuss all these wonderful things about Greenville and South Carolina.

Sheila Reeves
Broker, ABR, GRI
Allen Tate Realtors
Mobile: 864 414-5975
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Thu Mar 17, 2011
Julie answered:
I have lived in Western NC for 30 years. The "No Child Left Behind" program was based on our public education system. It was later (under George W. Bush) implemented throughout the country. There are pockets of very good, public schools. The trick is finding them. How that compares on a national level, I don't know. I would assume, when "No Child Left Behind" was patterned after our system it was because NC was doing better than most states. There are also an abundance of private & charter schools available. Many of these schools offer scholarships and/or discounts to families with more than 1 child. ... more
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Tue Nov 30, 2010
Paul Saucier, CIAS, CDPE answered:
Last year you were looking for a summer camp near Greenville for your daughter. Did you ever find anything?
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Tue Jul 20, 2010
Lee Taylor answered:
I grew up in Greenville on the Eastside - my zip code went from 29607 to 29615 from the seventies to the nineties - unincorporated Greenville county. Graduated from Furman and spent lots of time in the 29611 area. I own the property that I grew up in.

I'm an agent in Atlanta, but I have some greater Greenville perspective.

You are right, the 29611 area remains pretty rural and the "luxury developments" that have become a large part of Greenville's residential growth, really since the 1990's - from Thornblade to The Cliffs - well, you don't see much of that in 29611.

I can't really speak about the retail amenities and schools over that way, but I do know that 29611 culture is way different than 29601 downtown.

I'm sure that it' s a "good place to raise a family" but that is super-subjective and hard to know what that means to you.

If you wan t rural, you'll certainly find it in 29611.
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Mon Nov 16, 2009
Sandra Stroud answered:
No, Powdersville Middle School isn't in the city limits of Greenville. If you are interested in finding Real Estate in this area, or any area in the upstate of SC, I can help you find what you are looking for. Just email me your criteria and I'll email listings that match your search. If there's something that you want to see, I'll set up a showing appointment. It's an easy way to work together. If you are from out of our area and want more information about Greenville I can help you with that as well. Please call or email me. 864-414-1461 or You can also go to my website at Have a wonderful day! ... more
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Mon May 4, 2009
Amy Nodine answered:
Your child must turn 5 by September 1st in order to start school in Greenville County.
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