210 Ashmore Bridge Road Mauldin, SC 29662
Updated full-brick ranch set on more than a half acre, less than 20 minutes from Downtown Greenville! You will love the open floor plan and the updated flooring from the moment you enter the front door. To your right sits a large living room and dining room, which leads you into the spacious eat-in kitchen with newer granite counters and ample cabinet space. This space is open to the large great room, which is excellent for entertaining, and you'll love the direct access to the deck and pool area! The backyard is HUGE, and features several fruit trees. The bedrooms are all a great size, including the master suite. Both bathrooms have also been updated to include granite counters and tile showers. More updates include newer windows and gutters, and more!
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Community - Mauldin
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Mauldin is a quaint suburb of Greenville, serving as a bedroom community with a rich cultural history. This relatively small town offers laid-back living in Upstate South Carolina just moments from the heart of the city.
Homes in Mauldin range from small single-story homes to larger residences, all of which vary in style and price point. You will find a range of traditional, modern, Craftsman, and other styles of homes in Mauldin. Neighborhoods enjoy lush landscaping and beautiful trees, in addition to spacious lots to take advantage of the area’s beautiful natural surroundings. The population of Mauldin is constantly growing, reflected by a growing number of new construction homes and apartment complexes in pristine developments.
Lifestyle and Attractions
With a population of approximately 25,000 in 2015, Mauldin has seen steady growth over the years and is expected to increase even more in years to come. Additionally, the city is seeing steady business growth, as several companies are moving headquarters to Mauldin. The community is a mostly residential area, with a small collection of shops and restaurants at its center. However, residents may access the many attractions and amenities of Greenville just a short drive away.
Mauldin is home to the Mauldin Sports Center, a state-of-the-art center with a 12,800-square-foot gym, a rock climbing wall, and an indoor walking track. The sports center complements the city’s four public parks, including Sunset Park with baseball diamonds, picnic shelters, a walking trail, and more. The Mauldin Cultural Center hosts an array of classes and events open to the community, and is home to the historic Gosnell Cabin built in the early 1800s. Residents may travel approximately 2.5 miles west from the center of Mauldin to access Lake Conestee Nature Park, a 400-acre woodland oasis of forests and wetlands along the Reedy River. In addition to visiting the small shops in town, Mauldin residents may shop at upscale retail stores within Haywood Mall located a few miles north.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Mauldin students attend schools within the Greenville County School District, the largest school district in South Carolina. Mauldin is home to Mauldin Elementary School, Mauldin Middle School, and Mauldin High School. There are more than 50 private schools in Greenville County, two of which are in Mauldin.
The first land grant in Mauldin was awarded to Benjamin Griffith in 1784. In 1820, the city of Mauldin was named for William L. Mauldin, who used his political clout as lieutenant governor of South Carolina to convince the Greenville Laurens Railroad Company to reroute its line through the village instead of bypassing it. Today, the tracks run through the heart of the city, passing directly in front of the Mauldin Cultural Center. The city became a ghost town during the Civil War, as most citizens left town to fight, and the city was officially incorporated in 1969.
Approximate Distance to:
Greenville: 8 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 12 Miles
Greenville Memorial Hospital: 11.5 Miles
Patewood Memorial Hospital: 7 Miles
I-385: 2.5 Miles
I-185: 2.5 Miles
I-85: 3 Miles
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