Clemson, SC Real Estate
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The City of Clemson
Located along the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The City of Clemson has a long-established history of both beauty and significance. Though officially named Clemson in 1943 (previously named Calhoun), it is home to Clemson University which was established in 1889. The city is mostly nestled in Pickens County while sharing a smaller portion with Anderson County.
With a combined abundance of history as a college town, geographic location, and the people who live there – Clemson, South Carolina is home to many significant highlights. Some of these include:
- Home to Clemson University
- Rated the #1 “Town and Gown” Community in the United States by The Princeton Review (2015)
- Located Along The Blue Ridge Mountains and Lake Hartwell
- Home to The Clemson Farmer’s Market
- Home to The South Carolina Botanical Garden
- Home to Fort Hill Plantation (John C. Calhoun Mansion and Library, a National Historic Landmark)
- Home to The Bob Campbell Geology Museum
Living In Clemson
Clemson is a vibrant community with many attractive activities and lifestyle options that are sure to meet nearly any need.
For those with an aspiration for outdoor activities, the area boasts numerous public parks, waterfalls, lakes, rivers, hiking, camping, and sporting activities.
Clemson is home to unique shopping experiences, an abundance of dining options, museums, fine arts, nearby popular destinations for weekend outings, exploration, and agritourism opportunities.
The cost of living is below the national average.
Clemson has the highest concentration of top-ranked public schools in South Carolina.
In the Top 10 Best Places to Live in SC.
Rated One of the Top 5 Best Suburbs for Young Professionals in SC.
In the Top 10 Best Overall Place to Live for Young Professionals in SC.
Rated as one of the Top 25 Places to Retire by Forbes (2017).