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Polk County, North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina are exceptional places to live. Enjoy the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, the rivers, the forests, the trails and the phenomenon known as the Thermal Belt, a climate more moderate than those found at higher or lower elevations. Residents here appreciate the perks of small town living while within easy driving distance to shopping, airports and medical facilities in Asheville, Charlotte, Greenville and Spartanburg. Polk County was recently ranked the highest performing school district in NC for 2017-2018 and Upstate schools are some of the highest performing school districts in SC. The local equestrian community rivals the best. The artisan culture thrives here. So, why wait? Which one of our communities will you choose to call home?
Located in the central Blue Ridge Mountains and Foothills, Tryon is known for its mild climate, allowing for outdoor activities year round.
This is Horse Country and has been since the early 1920’s, when it was discovered by sportsman and equestrian, Carter Brown.
Situated at the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Landrum is the “Gateway to North Carolina and South Carolina”.
Enjoy beautiful mountain views or gorgeous sunsets from any of the local lakes, each one with its own special ambience, providing many recreational opportunities.
Located in the Foothills of the scenic Appalachian Mountains, Columbus — named after Dr. Columbus Mills — became Polk County’s governmental seat in 1855.
The arrival of the Spartanburg and Asheville Railroad at Pace’s Gap in 1878 was the stimulus for the creation of the town of Saluda.
This rural community takes its name from Ambrose Mills–who settled there in the 1700s near a bold spring–hence, the name Mill Spring.
Campobello, SC is town located along the South Pacolet River. The name “Campobello” means “beautiful field” in Italian.