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Located at the midway point between Charlotte and Atlanta, Anderson County, SC land and farms offer access to some of the biggest industrial cities in the Southeast, from the comfort of rolling hills and one of the country’s lowest costs of living. Miles of sparkling shore along Lake Hartwell offer beautiful views at reasonable prices; opportunities in Anderson County include estates of all sizes and price ranges, lakefront land, riverfront land, farmland, ranchland, timberland, and clear and forested acreages. Residents of land and farms in Anderson County, SC benefit from short commutes—the manufacturing industry is a major employer within the county and over half of residents live less than half an hour from their workplaces. Kids also have easy access to local schools: Anderson County Schools hosts five districts supporting over 40 public schools, including specialty programs like Southwood Academy of the Arts, the Anderson Institute of Technology, and the Anderson 1 & 2 Adult Education Program. Local Anderson University is the oldest university in the state and provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs for over 3000 students a year.
Residents of Anderson County, SC land and farms are never far from the great outdoors. Lake Hartwell provides a guide to the bevy of activities on both the South Carolina and Georgia shores, including everything from fishing spots and campsites to fall foliage tours and locally owned coffee shops. If you’re curious about local history, Anderson County Museum has over 25,000 artifacts in permanent exhibits and galleries that evolve and change every year. Those interested in the history of farming in particular can stop by local farm Denver Downs, which has been open as a working farm since 1869 and continues to provide education and entertainment through tours and events like their annual Fall Festival.
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