IT'S TIME TO DISCOVER
Located in a dynamic region near the City of Greer, South Carolina, O’Neal Village offers a vibrant, traditional neighborhood atmosphere with easy access to the SC Upstate and it’s major industries. Our community is served by Greenville County’s top public schools, and is close to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, numerous state parks, top medical centers, and other points of interest.
O’Neal Village residents have the best of both worlds: new low-maintenance homes, walkable amenities and natural landscape of the beloved South Carolina Upcountry combined with close proximity to Greenville, a vibrant southern city.
The Upstate - South Carolina
Upcountry South Carolina, at the northwestern tip of the state, is known for its rolling hills, peach farms, waterfalls, mountain scenery and abundance of lakes and whitewater rafting. Opportunities for hiking, fishing, boating and other outdoor adventures abound at the area’s many state parks including Caesar’s Head, Lake Hartwell, Table Rock, Keowee-Toxaway, Oconee and Chatooga National Wild and Scenic River. The 130-mile Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway travels through the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The fastest growing region in South Carolina, the Upstate including Greer, Greenville and Spartanburg is headquarters to several large national and international corporations including BMW, Bosch and Michelin.
Greer & Greenville, South Carolina
Greer is 14 miles from Greenville, a mid-sized city set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with a revitalized downtown that’s become a national model for success. Greenville boasts a robust arts scene, engaging public art and riverfront pathways. Known for its small-town yet hip vibe, Greenville features a trendy mix of restaurants, high-end hotels and bars, galleries, a performing art center, museums, concert and sports venues and boutique shops.
Warehouses and old buildings have been reinvented as shops and restaurants; former 19th century mills are now upscale condos and lofts. In the 32-acre Greenville Falls Park, the 345-foot pedestrian Liberty Bridge is the centerpiece trail. On a former railroad corridor, the 20-mile Swamp Rabbit, a walking-and-biking trail, links Greenville to the town of Travelers Rest. Once one of the world’s major textile-producing hubs, today the Blue Ridge town is home to industries including General Electric and Michelin, which supplies its North American headquarters along with other auto-parts. Greenville sustains arts organizations including the Metropolitan Arts Council and the Peace Center for the Performing Arts, Bon Secours Wellness Arena which hosts more than 300 events and Flour Field, a baseball only stadium located in the West End district and home to the Greenville Drive, the A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.