Why It’s Great To Live In Downtown Greenville, SC – by Livablity

There are so many reasons to live in downtown Greenville, SC and this article by Livability explains why they chose Greenville as a top pick for 2015.  It’s about the balance of life that you can experience living in a condo, apartment or city home in downtown Greenville yet still be surrounded by natural beauty and serenity, with so many options for entertainment, dining and activity just out your front door. What Makes Greenville, S.C., a Best Place to Live 2015 Considering a move to downtown Greenville SC?  Get an insider’s view of living and working one of the most cosmopolitan, beautiful Southern city’s.  Let the downtown living specialists at LIV help you find your perfect urban dwelling.  We take a more personal approach to helping our clients buy and sell real estate  in a fast-paced market. Contact us for more information on working with our team of real estate professionals on Main Street in downtown Greenville,...
Interview With Downtown Greenville Developer Trey Cole

Interview With Downtown Greenville Developer Trey Cole

This week we sat down with Trey Cole, Owner of Cole Properties and Developer of City Homes @ Markley, a new single family home development right near the Kroc Center in the 400 block of N. Markley in downtown Greenville, SC perfectly situated near the new City Park. Why are we so excited about this new development? Here are just a few reasons. – Four dedicated parking spots included, two in attached garage and two in driveway (unheard of in the City) -Developer focus on infill* projects, designer focus on efficiency, builder on-site recycling – Guaranteed gas and electric bill of less that $150/month for the first year -Street level in-law suite or home office – 3 minute walk to GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail and 7 minute walk to Greenville Drive Stadium -Expansive living space flowing into outdoor entertaining porch with a beautiful City view These were the details that really wow’d us but everything about this development drew us in because it’s just a well thought out, well designed urban community. From the front to the interactive back street, street level to the private third floor sanctuary, from the inside great room to the outdoor entertainment space these city homes are sustainably built and designed to live well. Who is Trey Cole? Trey has been designing and building award winning residential projects in the Upstate of South Carolina for a quarter century. He has built his reputation on artistically designed, sustainably built authentic Arts & Crafts style homes. In 2004, Builder/Architect Magazine awarded a home on Lake Keowee that Trey designed and built in the Arts & Crafts style...