Easley, SC has all the sweet southern charm any city in South Carolina can contain. It’s heritage stretches back to 1791, whereby it gained the accreditation as the Washington District, by the state legislature. Shortly after General William Easley chartered the Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway to depot through what is now Easley, SC. This town is located in the western hills of the Upstate halfway between Clemson and Greenville along interstate 123. The people of Easley have been characterized as genuinely southern in decorum.
The township enjoys family owned restaurants, a variety of shopping plazas, and novelty shops that invite guests of every kind. Residents enjoy the occasional boating and fishing trip to two of the most crystal clear lakes in the Upstate; Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee. There are Lake tours, campgrounds, and spring-fed swimming spots that will create that outdoor experience any avid journeyman is looking for.
Easley residents distinctly enjoy a short commute to the famous Clemson University, which has quickly gained national recognition for the outstanding performance of the college football team the Clemson Tigers. Be careful what you say around Easley, because the Upstate has a special place in their heart for the Clemson Tigers. The University has driven new developments throughout the Easley area, creating a great balance of family living, and short commutes to the college town of Clemson. DeYoung and Cain Group share the southern charm that Easley does, and would love to invite you on a journey through what many are calling a heartfelt town.
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