Nestled in Pickens County, Easley, SC is a great place to plant your roots. With plenty of homes with land, Easley offers a country feel with all the big city amenities and conveniences.
Named after William King Easley, born in Pickens County, Easley became a city in 1825. In 1845, Col. Robert Elliott Holcombe, a farmer and timber mill owner, established the first business in the area with his famed storeroom for local residents.
With its many parks and beautiful mountain backdrop, Easley has a rapidly expanding real estate market for those who want a home with a view. Easley’s affordable cost of living, thriving local culture, friendly neighborhoods, make it the preferred destination of families, young professionals, and retirees alike.
Like the rest of South Carolina, Easley real estate and economy has been growing at breakneck speed. The Easley Planning and Development Department has so many new projects in the works, it’s difficult to keep up.
As an exurb of Greenville, SC, the one thing you won’t feel in Easley is crowded. Family homes for sale in Easley are plentiful. From the Wyatt Acres and Yorkwood subdivision, to the luxury homes in main mountain channels, Easley has something for everyone. At the same time, residents of Easley will love the restaurants, boutiques, and small shops that litter the downtown business district.