With safe and family-friendly neighborhoods, Taylors is one of the largest suburbs in the Upstate. The Taylors community has a diverse population, plenty of leisure activities and close proximity to downtown Greenville.
This history of Taylors began with the Chick Springs Resort which opened in 1840. Alfred Taylor later purchased the land and negotiated a deal for the railroad to pass through the area. Taylors Station was created bringing massive economic growth to the area.
While Taylors remains an unincorporated community of the Upstate, it is a rapidly growing area that is home to many families and bustling small businesses. Taylors affordable cost of living, diverse local culture, and robust leisure activities make the community a great choice for families, business professionals, and retirees.
The Main Street Taylors area is currently being developed to further promote Taylors as a great place to live, work, and play. The Taylors Community Plan continues to be a blueprint for the future success of the Taylors community.
Taylors is a suburb of Greenville, South Carolina and is located about 15 minutes away from downtown Greenville. With planned communities such as Pebble Creek with its private golf course, Linkside, you’ll find traditional single family homes, townhomes, and active retirement homes, many with popular family-friendly amenities and scheduled activities. Residents in the Taylors community have quick access to popular grocery and retail stores on Wade Hampton Boulevard, as well as Bob Jones University and Paris Mountain State Park.