Looking for a home near Clemson, SC? You can search the latest real estate listings for sale in Clemson area and learn more about buying or selling a home with J W Martin Real Estate. Our local real estate agents can help you find the community that is best fit for you and your family. Because our home listings are updated every 6 minutes (faster than Zillow), you will get the latest and newest homes listings in the area. You can even search the MLS Listings of all Upstate, SC. homes with filter options such as price, geographic area, community and more.
If you are relocating to the Clemson, SC. area and need help finding a home, call our agency at 864-722-5558 , we can help you find a relocation rental short term or long term, while together we search for your home to relocate to. When relocating to Clemson, SC. its important that you don't settle for any realtor rather a realtor who has years of experience and knowledge about the local communities. Our agents know which areas in Clemson are lowest in crime or which schools are best rate. If you are relocating yourself or your family, we can help you find the perfect community for your lifestyle.
Lake homes for sale at Lake Hartwell and Lake Keowee. Our realtors are long time local residents who understand the rules and regulations which govern lakefront living. Let us assist you in understanding the do's and don'ts, can and can't of the Clemson area lakes. If you are visiting the area and would like to tour Keowee Key or any of the Lake Keowee Communities you can visit our office at JW Martin Lake Team and we will be honored to guide you.
An Alternative to buying a home on a lake or waterfront is buying a home in a waterfront community. Buying a home in a lakefront community is more affordable option to lakefront home ownership while still providing for a healthy and fun lifestyle. Most waterfront communities offer access to the lake and activities nearby. For example, Keowee Key has boat ramps and marina amenities including a club house with a restaurant, gym, swimming pool and more. If you are interested in buying a home in a lake community near Clemson and need access or tour of the communities, contact our office to arrange for a free escorted guide.
When it comes to buying a home near Clemson the options are unlimited. The communities around Clemson are unique in history, culture and amenities. Around Clemson you can find a small quaint community or a social college town feeling. You can buy a single family home, townhome, apartment or a luxury estates. You can enjoy food and entertainment from classical and elegant to easy laid-back cafes and diners. Clemson area has a home for everyone regardless of their preference or budget.
Clemson is located in Pickens County, South Carolina at the northwest corner of the state. The region is often referred to as Upstate. The city is located southwest of Greenville and between two beautiful lakes, Lake Keowee and Lake Hartwell. It is close to Pendleton, SC and Seneca, SC. Clemson has a population of approximately 35,000 where of those about 20,000 are university students. According to the Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce, The City of Clemson and Clemson University foster a great relationship and are a five-time winner of the Town & Gown Association award. So, what is living in Clemson like? and how to relocate or find homes for sale in Clemson?
The Town of Central, appropriately named by Atlantic & Richmond Air-Line Railroad Company for its central location between Atlanta and Charlotte. This small town with only 3000 permanent residents is just minutes from Clemson. The town is nestled between Clemson University and Southern Wesleyan University. The City of Central states that the "community combines agriculture, industry, history, civic activities, recreation and countless other events for a wholesome and fulfilled lifestyle, making it an ideal place to raise a family and grow your business". If you are searching for a home near Clemson that has a small-town feeling, you should consider buying a home in Central, SC.
Pendleton is named after an American Revolutionary War soldier from Virginia named Judge Henry Pendleton, Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pendleton is located in Anderson County, SC. and is the largest historic area in United State. This land was granted to the State of South Carolina by the Cherokee after the Revolutionary War. Details about the town's history, entertainment and services can be found HERE. The suburban lifestyle inhabits young professionals, families and has an A rated schools. A listing of Pendleton Homes For Sale will provide you with residential opportunities and general cost of home in the area.
Once belonging to Cherokee Nation, Six Mile was named by Issaqueena a Cherokee maiden who rode her horse 96 miles to warn her english lover of a planned Cherokee attack. She name many other landmarks along the way including, Six and Twenty Creek, Mile Creek and Twelve Mile River. Six Mile is also 6miles from Fort Prince George originally built on the Keowee River. A 1777 treaty provided Six Mile to South Carolina. You can learn more about the history and Town of Six Mile including the town's news and events. A 2020 U.S. Census report of Six Mile which is located in Pickens County, SC. suggests that the population is 678 with an average household income of $82,828 and the average home price is $222,100. Find homes for sale in Six Mile, SC.
Provided by the City of Easley, SC. Easley was named after Confederate General William King Easley. In the late 1800s, Easley persuaded officials from the Charlotte-to-Atlanta Airline Railroad to lay a track through the town fueling the local textile growth and birth of Clemson Agriculture College in 1893. With population of nearly 23,000 and average household income of just over $52,000, Easley provides an affordable housing market that is close to Clemson and area recreation. See homes for sale in Easley, SC.
Tucked in the foothills of Upstate, SC. Fountain Inn was named in 1886 after an Inn and a fountain stop along a stage coach route. A fountain is displayed at City Hall and a land marker of the old Inn is placed at the north side of town. You can learn about the activities and Things-To-Do in the area. The city is located in Greenville and Laurens counties and has a population of approximately 11,000 with an average income of $47,000. It's a good time to buy a home in Fountain Inn, SC. Home Appreciation is up nearly 12% and median home price is $219,000.
What's living like in Greenville, SC? Once known for its textile dominance, Greenville is now a diverse and popular metropolitan near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Main Street provides plenty of shopping, top notch restaurants and entertainment. There's lots for the outdoor enthusiasts with Falls Park and Swamp Rabbit Trail. Greenville is continuously voted as one of the best places to live in South Carolina. Considering you'll enjoy all four seasons with winter average temperature at 42deg. and summer at 78deg. The average home price is approximately 20% below national average (search homes in Greenville, SC.). Take a tour of Greenville and consult with a local real estate expert like JW Martin Homes to find your next lifestyle.
Greer, SC. is located in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties. Although Spartanburg is often recognized for its thriving BMW Plant, the City of Greer deserves no less. With the city's effort in preservation of the historic brick buildings, clock tower and the entertaining Greer Station located in the Downtown Historic District, you'll be sure to enjoy a big flavor with a small town feel. If you are looking to start a small business if a thriving and happy little town, contact the Greer Chamber of Commerce for help about the local economy and entrepreneurial assistance. Check out this list of local Things To Do in Greer, SC. If you are looking to relocate to Greer, you can trust a local home real estate agency like JW Martin. The agency is owned and operated by Joseph Martin, a 3rd generation resident in the area.
Salem, SC. often referred to as the gateway to Lake Jocassee, a 7500 acre cold water reservoir at the Upstate's foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Recognized by National Geographic Magazine as one of the “World’s Last Great Places”, Devils Fork State Park is a 644 acre park surrounded by cold water streams and the Jocassee Gorges. With a rich history in lumber and cotton, today Salem offers a lifestyle pleasure for those who enjoy outdoor adventures in a most scenic environment. If you are interested in buying a Lake House near Lake Jocassee in Salem, SC. contact JW Martin Lake Team for a listing of Homes for Sale in Salem.
The largest city in Oconee County, SC. and nearby Clemson University. Seneca's name derives from the Cherokee village Esseneca. Senaca has been growing rapidly as evident by the new residential communities. Residents enjoy the arts, quaint downtown, shops, restaurants and great outdoors. Seneca boosts festivals and events for everyone, from Jazz on the Alley to Ax Throwing. If you're considering relocating to Seneca, SC. and would like a tour, contact our office for more information.
Joseph W. Martin is a Clemson native with a family name known in the area for entrepreneurial spirit. The Martin family name has been synonymous with honesty, integrity, fair treatment, and hard work. From his Grandfather EA Martin's auto dealership to Bill Martin's grocery store, the Martin's have served the people of Clemson and the surrounding area to the best of their ability. Joseph W. Martin is no exception when it comes to living up to the family name. Known by the locals and friends as "Joey" he started his real estate career at the age of 21. Over nearly two decades he has worked with some of the most elite developers in the country such as Ginn Development and JMC Communities and was part of a record-breaking sales team selling over $400 million dollars of real estate.
"I have been a local real estate investor for over 15 years here in the Clemson and Central area. I have worked with many realtors in the area and several different brokerages. When I met Joey 2 years ago, I was instantly impressed with the way he worked as a realtor. Never pushy and always willing to go the extra mile. Joey has helped my purchase and sell 7 investment properties in the past several years. His vast knowledge of the local market has been a huge help to me. If you are looking for a home or looking to sell your home, I highly suggest calling Joey and getting his professional opinion" - Andy M. - Central, SC
"Best in the business....simple efficient...and very knowledgeable straight forward guy..joey sold my house in 21 hours of listing for full asking price was there through my entire deal he didn't pressure me just helped me make the best decision don't waste your time on anyone else" - Adam R. - Six Mile, SC
"When I was on the market for a house, I was coming out of a rough patch in life and needed someone who I could trust to help me find the best home for my family. I'm very picky about real estate agents and visited a few homes through different agents before meeting Joey and immediately knowing he would be the right agent to work with. Joey knows the area, the market, and the important factors to consider when purchasing a home and negotiating a purchase. He was always quick to respond, and very flexible. I would definitely recommend him to a friend and would use him again in a heartbeat if I was going to buy or sell in the area." - Steve L. - Clemson, SC
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