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182 Apartments for rent in Berea, SC

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Check out 182 verified apartments for rent in Berea, SC with rents starting as low as $750. Some apartments for rent in Berea might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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227 Berea Forest Cir
227 Berea Forest Circle
Berea, SC
2 Bedrooms
$765
850 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
Available 09/27/20 NICE DUPLEX/ SWAMP RABBIT TRAIL - Property Id: 373707 We have a nice Duplex for rent near swamp rabbit trail in Greenville South Carolina! This unit is about 10 minutes or so to downtown Greenville.
1 Unit Available
4 Shore Drive
4 Shore Drive
Berea, SC
2 Bedrooms
$845
1350 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
2/1 Duplex In a quiet and wooded community - Property Id: 208253 Please do not apply through Turbotenant. Our application is free. If you're being asked to pay, you're using the wrong application. Apply Here: https://pdf.
1 Unit Available
710 Hunts Bridge Road Unit #39
710 Hunts Bridge Road
Berea, SC
2 Bedrooms
$875
1350 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
Two bedroom, 1.5 bath condo available in Bridgeview - Two bedroom, 1.5 bath condo available in Bridgeview. Conveniently located to Furman University, Cherrydale Point, and just minutes to downtown Greenville.
1 Unit Available
6526 White Horse Road
6526 White Horse Road
Berea, SC
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,175
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Greenville Housing Authority Accepted! This two story town home boosts fresh paint and is also a corner unit. Downstairs you will find a spacious kitchen that includes a stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher.
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1 Unit Available
23 Brooks Ave
23 Brooks Avenue
Sans Souci, SC
2 Bedrooms
$850
824 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
Cute Home Minutes to Swamp Rabbit Trail - Check out this 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home in Greenville. Bedrooms have nice hardwood floors. Large Kitchen comes with a stove and fridge. Large Living area. Enjoy the front porch and huge yard.
1 Unit Available
203 Emile Street
203 Emile Street
Parker, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Beautiful fully renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located in Greenville.
1 Unit Available
5 W Marion Rd.
5 West Marion Road
Parker, SC
2 Bedrooms
$750
1264 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Cute 2 bedroom, 1 bath home - Cute 2 bedroom, 1 bath home located in Greenville. Home has hardwoods in the living room, dining room and both bedrooms. Both bedrooms are spacious! There is a huge fenced in backyard with a large deck.
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81 Units Available
District West
101 Reedy View Dr , Greenville, SC
Southern Side
Studio
$1,025
520 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,277
782 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,559
1187 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Gated community with studio to two-bedroom floor plans near I-123. High ceilings; hardwood floors; kitchen with island, granite countertops, and farm sink; and more. Extensive community features including fitness and business centers.
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14 Units Available
Northpointe
400 East Stone Avenue , Greenville, SC
Viola Street Area
Studio
$980
537 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,275
814 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,570
1125 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Looking for an apartment that aligns with your unique style? Look no further! NorthPointe is conveniently located on the north end of downtown Greenville, SC, with everything you need right here.
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4 Units Available
Trailside at Reedy Point
200 South Academy Street , Greenville, SC
West End Market
1 Bedroom
$1,175
716 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
1090 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Trailside at Reedy Point Apartments in Downtown Greenville, SC ... Trailside at Reedy Point is redefining urban living in Downtown Greenville, South Carolina.
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11 Units Available
Ridge at Perry Bend
130 Perry Bend Cir
Easley, SC
1 Bedroom
$930
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,085
1269 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,370
1444 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
A stunning location with impressive views. This smoke-free and green community offers a health club, cyber lounge, saltwater pool, and outdoor fireside lounge. Modern interiors with nine-foot ceilings, trendy kitchens, and plank flooring.
Verified
4 Units Available
NOMA Flats
233 N Main St , Greenville, SC
Downtown Greenville
1 Bedroom
$1,365
599 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,390
852 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Situated across from NOMA Square in Downtown Greenville. Flats feature contemporary lighting, granite counters and faux wood floors. Residents have access to garage parking and on-site retail stores.
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9 Units Available
98 East McBee
98 E McBee Ave , Greenville, SC
Downtown Greenville
Studio
$1,228
774 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,344
856 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,412
1264 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
We've Gone Virtual! We are offering virtual and self-guided tours so that you can still visit us while practicing social distancing! Current residents, please contact us to schedule an appointment.98 E.
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17 Units Available
Link Apartments West End
25 River St , Greenville, SC
West End Market
Studio
$1,044
622 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,144
769 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,656
1095 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:44 AM
Get your first month free when you move in to these spacious and modern apartments. Located in the Historic West End close to restaurants and shops. In-home w/d, private patio/balcony and hardwood floors.
Verified
17 Units Available
McBee Station
27 Station Ct , Greenville, SC
Mcbee Avenue Area
Studio
$1,110
701 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,355
973 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,515
1294 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:44 AM
East of Hwy 29 and south of East Washington Street, McBee Station is a large, horseshoe-shaped complex. Amenities include beautiful asymmetrical pool and two-story clubhouse. Large apartments are well-lit, with expansive patios.
Verified
132 Units Available
Deca
320 Falls St , Greenville, SC
Downtown Greenville
Studio
$1,750
642 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,850
829 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,375
1210 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:37 AM
Ten gorgeous stories of sleek modern architecture. Beautifully designed and well-appointed dwelling spaces with best-in-class features and finishes. Hospitality inspired amenities and ground-level retail and dining just footsteps away.
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2 Units Available
West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill
25 Draper St , Greenville, SC
Brandon
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,565
1447 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:37 AM
West Village Lofts, located in the Historic 19th Century Brandon Mill, offers panoramic views of Greenville and is located within a few blocks of art galleries, shops, and restaurants.
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13 Units Available
400 Rhett
400 Rhett St , Greenville, SC
West End Market
1 Bedroom
$1,030
735 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1059 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:37 AM
Minutes from the parks and the Greenville County Square. Smoke-free community featuring full kitchens, granite countertops and plank flooring. On-site saltwater pool, courtyard, shuffleboard, putting green, playground and gym.
Verified
21 Units Available
Mosby Poinsett
6001 Hampden Drive
Greenville, SC
1 Bedroom
$978
842 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,430
1091 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,365
1357 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Contemporary apartments with many interior upgrades, including 9-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, open floor plans, walk-in closets and granite countertops. Just minutes from Furman University and Paris Mountain State Park.
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19 Units Available
Ellison on Broad
212 E Broad St , Greenville, SC
Mcbee Avenue Area
Studio
$1,304
606 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,434
769 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,869
1066 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Units feature air conditioning, granite counters, laundry and patio or balcony. Community includes BBQ grills, pool, yoga, media room and hot tub. Within walking distance of Falls and Cleveland Parks.
Verified
29 Units Available
The Bristol
926 Cleveland St , Greenville, SC
Augusta Street Area
1 Bedroom
$910
726 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$957
988 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,193
1211 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Convenient to Downtown Greenville. Floor plans feature private entrances, kitchen pantries, and open living and dining rooms. Community offers creek views and Swamp Rabbit Trail access. Coffee bar, gym, swimming pool and dog parks on-site.
Verified
62 Units Available
Vantage at Powdersville
112 Hood Road
Powdersville, SC
1 Bedroom
$900
687 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
969 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 01:12 AM
Experience the best at Vantage at Powdersville. Our resort style community is nestled in Powdersville, South Carolina. Just minutes from local highways, shopping, entertainment, and schools.
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15 Units Available
Park West
357 Hillandale Rd
Greenville, SC
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$670
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$711
887 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 01:12 AM
Less than 10 minutes from downtown Greenville, these homes feature modern appliances in kitchens and custom cabinetry. Common amenities include a barbecue area and on-site laundry.
Verified
48 Units Available
Canvas Lofts
455 Buncombe St , Greenville, SC
Southern Side
1 Bedroom
$1,400
905 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1250 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:16 AM
Positioned at the Northwest gateway to the city in the Heritage Green Arts District and Hampton Pinckney neighborhood, Canvas Greenville celebrates living a creative urban lifestyle at home and at work.
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Apartment Rentals in Berea start at $750/month.
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City GuideBerea
Berea has a history that stretches for centuries. However, unlike many other towns in the region, Berea never saw the construction of a textile mill, or any other type of factory for that matter. The lush land was only used for farming in the beginning. Now, though, the land is still lush, but it's mostly used for living.
Berea has a history that stretches for centuries. However, unlike many other towns in the region, Berea never saw the construction of a textile mill, or any other type of factory for that matter. The lush land was only used for farming in the beginning. Now, though, the land is still lush, but it's mostly used for living.

Watch the sun rise in the east over the Atlantic and watch it settle in the west beyond the Smoky Mountains. Berea, situated in Greenville County and home to 14,295 people, is truly within one of the country's most gorgeous regions. The town may be a side-note to spots like Charleston and nearby Greenville, but the relaxed lifestyle, ample stores, and homey atmosphere make Berea a fine place to live. It can be sleepy at times, certainly, but this isn't the grand city of Charleston. This is Berea, and you decide the pace. Speed up or slow down!

Moving to Berea

Real estate trends, such as many available pads and a higher than state average renter-occupancy rate of 36.8 percent, probably have you clapping for joy. And clap you should, but you need to know a little more before moving to Berea.

When to Move

Regardless of whether you are renting an apartment or house, it's easy to move to Berea during any season due to the reasons above. Overall, though, allot two to four weeks of time to get the process complete; you can do it in less if you must rush, though.

Mobile Homes, Anyone?

Berea offers residents a tremendous amount of housing choices. Detached houses, of course, are the most prevalent as such units make up 59.4 percent of homes. Mobile homes, though, total 9.7% of homes. Mobile homes parks in the northwest, like Park West, offer great living space and affordable rates. Obviously, there are a decent amount of apartment complexes in Berea, but mobile homes are another option worth consideration.

Quality Means Everything

Don't assume you get quality with every place in Berea. Inspect carefully and note any big issues to the landlord or staff. Don't even consider renting something that's obviously run-down or has a major problem. Say no thank you and move on to touring the next place.

A Note about Paid Utilities

Apartments with paid utilities are somewhat common at communities in Berea, but this is only for some bills, not every bill. Landlords often include water, but rarely anything else. Do note that the climate is rather nice here, with average temperatures spanning from 43 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit. Only having to use heating and air-conditioning for a few weeks each year helps save cash.

Completing the Deal

Proof you can pay rent, one month's rent and application fees are absolutely required. A credit check may or may not be run on you. Also, you need to give a security deposit in case your indoor racquetball tournaments damage the wall.

Moving to Berea
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Real estate trends, such as many available pads and a higher than state average renter-occupancy rate of 36.8 percent, probably have you clapping for joy. And clap you should, but you need to know a little more before moving to Berea.

When to Move

Regardless of whether you are renting an apartment or house, it's easy to move to Berea during any season due to the reasons above. Overall, though, allot two to four weeks of time to get the process complete; you can do it in less if you must rush, though.

Mobile Homes, Anyone?

Berea offers residents a tremendous amount of housing choices. Detached houses, of course, are the most prevalent as such units make up 59.4 percent of homes. Mobile homes, though, total 9.7% of homes. Mobile homes parks in the northwest, like Park West, offer great living space and affordable rates. Obviously, there are a decent amount of apartment complexes in Berea, but mobile homes are another option worth consideration.

Quality Means Everything

Don't assume you get quality with every place in Berea. Inspect carefully and note any big issues to the landlord or staff. Don't even consider renting something that's obviously run-down or has a major problem. Say no thank you and move on to touring the next place.

A Note about Paid Utilities

Apartments with paid utilities are somewhat common at communities in Berea, but this is only for some bills, not every bill. Landlords often include water, but rarely anything else. Do note that the climate is rather nice here, with average temperatures spanning from 43 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit. Only having to use heating and air-conditioning for a few weeks each year helps save cash.

Completing the Deal

Proof you can pay rent, one month's rent and application fees are absolutely required. A credit check may or may not be run on you. Also, you need to give a security deposit in case your indoor racquetball tournaments damage the wall.

Berea Neighborhoods

Encompassing 7.8 square miles, Berea isn't large, but housing and nearby highlights vary tremendously within its limits. Before you choose a neighborhood or apartment complex in town, establish what you want and pick accordingly.

Central Berea: Car dependent for some things, you can still walk to the Rice Bowl Restaurant, West Towne Shopping Center, and a grocery store. Biking is feasible. Overall, the area is the most practical spot to live.

Northwest: Offering the widest variety of homes, this area requires a motorized vehicle or a real dedication to cycling. Northwest Park offers space to fly kites and lounge outside. Harvey's Restaurant is a great lunch spot.

Saluda River: Near that river and on the west side, this neighborhood is mostly scattered houses. Get a car! Fish and boat at Saluda Lake.

South: This area is mostly car dependent, but you can walk to eat fast-food and get groceries at Ingles Market. All sorts of housing is here.

Berea Neighborhoods
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Encompassing 7.8 square miles, Berea isn't large, but housing and nearby highlights vary tremendously within its limits. Before you choose a neighborhood or apartment complex in town, establish what you want and pick accordingly.

Central Berea: Car dependent for some things, you can still walk to the Rice Bowl Restaurant, West Towne Shopping Center, and a grocery store. Biking is feasible. Overall, the area is the most practical spot to live.

Northwest: Offering the widest variety of homes, this area requires a motorized vehicle or a real dedication to cycling. Northwest Park offers space to fly kites and lounge outside. Harvey's Restaurant is a great lunch spot.

Saluda River: Near that river and on the west side, this neighborhood is mostly scattered houses. Get a car! Fish and boat at Saluda Lake.

South: This area is mostly car dependent, but you can walk to eat fast-food and get groceries at Ingles Market. All sorts of housing is here.

Living in Berea

In terms of transportation, most folks drive, and bringing a car is recommended. Biking and walking are okay, but tiresome. Greenlink (Greenville's public transit system) also serves the area. With the Greenville Amtrak station close, you can get in and out of town easily.

Have a meal at Big Clock of Berea and a cocktail at Pub Spirits. You're in Berea. Go shop at Cedar Lane Shopping Center, Berea Shopping Center and Westwood Shopping Center; there's always somewhere to go buy things in this town. While it may not always fascinate and inspire, Berea does please and meet your needs. If you ever need inspiration, head to nearby attractions like the Greenville Zoo and see if the elephants can enlighten you. If you want the skies to yourself, go camping at Paris Mountain State Park and sing with the stars. Again, Berea may not fascinate, but it can shine for you if you let it.

Living in Berea
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In terms of transportation, most folks drive, and bringing a car is recommended. Biking and walking are okay, but tiresome. Greenlink (Greenville's public transit system) also serves the area. With the Greenville Amtrak station close, you can get in and out of town easily.

Have a meal at Big Clock of Berea and a cocktail at Pub Spirits. You're in Berea. Go shop at Cedar Lane Shopping Center, Berea Shopping Center and Westwood Shopping Center; there's always somewhere to go buy things in this town. While it may not always fascinate and inspire, Berea does please and meet your needs. If you ever need inspiration, head to nearby attractions like the Greenville Zoo and see if the elephants can enlighten you. If you want the skies to yourself, go camping at Paris Mountain State Park and sing with the stars. Again, Berea may not fascinate, but it can shine for you if you let it.

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City GuideBerea
Berea has a history that stretches for centuries. However, unlike many other towns in the region, Berea never saw the construction of a textile mill, or any other type of factory for that matter. The lush land was only used for farming in the beginning. Now, though, the land is still lush, but it's mostly used for living.
Berea has a history that stretches for centuries. However, unlike many other towns in the region, Berea never saw the construction of a textile mill, or any other type of factory for that matter. The lush land was only used for farming in the beginning. Now, though, the land is still lush, but it's mostly used for living.

Watch the sun rise in the east over the Atlantic and watch it settle in the west beyond the Smoky Mountains. Berea, situated in Greenville County and home to 14,295 people, is truly within one of the country's most gorgeous regions. The town may be a side-note to spots like Charleston and nearby Greenville, but the relaxed lifestyle, ample stores, and homey atmosphere make Berea a fine place to live. It can be sleepy at times, certainly, but this isn't the grand city of Charleston. This is Berea, and you decide the pace. Speed up or slow down!

Moving to Berea

Real estate trends, such as many available pads and a higher than state average renter-occupancy rate of 36.8 percent, probably have you clapping for joy. And clap you should, but you need to know a little more before moving to Berea.

When to Move

Regardless of whether you are renting an apartment or house, it's easy to move to Berea during any season due to the reasons above. Overall, though, allot two to four weeks of time to get the process complete; you can do it in less if you must rush, though.

Mobile Homes, Anyone?

Berea offers residents a tremendous amount of housing choices. Detached houses, of course, are the most prevalent as such units make up 59.4 percent of homes. Mobile homes, though, total 9.7% of homes. Mobile homes parks in the northwest, like Park West, offer great living space and affordable rates. Obviously, there are a decent amount of apartment complexes in Berea, but mobile homes are another option worth consideration.

Quality Means Everything

Don't assume you get quality with every place in Berea. Inspect carefully and note any big issues to the landlord or staff. Don't even consider renting something that's obviously run-down or has a major problem. Say no thank you and move on to touring the next place.

A Note about Paid Utilities

Apartments with paid utilities are somewhat common at communities in Berea, but this is only for some bills, not every bill. Landlords often include water, but rarely anything else. Do note that the climate is rather nice here, with average temperatures spanning from 43 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit. Only having to use heating and air-conditioning for a few weeks each year helps save cash.

Completing the Deal

Proof you can pay rent, one month's rent and application fees are absolutely required. A credit check may or may not be run on you. Also, you need to give a security deposit in case your indoor racquetball tournaments damage the wall.

Moving to Berea
+

Real estate trends, such as many available pads and a higher than state average renter-occupancy rate of 36.8 percent, probably have you clapping for joy. And clap you should, but you need to know a little more before moving to Berea.

When to Move

Regardless of whether you are renting an apartment or house, it's easy to move to Berea during any season due to the reasons above. Overall, though, allot two to four weeks of time to get the process complete; you can do it in less if you must rush, though.

Mobile Homes, Anyone?

Berea offers residents a tremendous amount of housing choices. Detached houses, of course, are the most prevalent as such units make up 59.4 percent of homes. Mobile homes, though, total 9.7% of homes. Mobile homes parks in the northwest, like Park West, offer great living space and affordable rates. Obviously, there are a decent amount of apartment complexes in Berea, but mobile homes are another option worth consideration.

Quality Means Everything

Don't assume you get quality with every place in Berea. Inspect carefully and note any big issues to the landlord or staff. Don't even consider renting something that's obviously run-down or has a major problem. Say no thank you and move on to touring the next place.

A Note about Paid Utilities

Apartments with paid utilities are somewhat common at communities in Berea, but this is only for some bills, not every bill. Landlords often include water, but rarely anything else. Do note that the climate is rather nice here, with average temperatures spanning from 43 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit. Only having to use heating and air-conditioning for a few weeks each year helps save cash.

Completing the Deal

Proof you can pay rent, one month's rent and application fees are absolutely required. A credit check may or may not be run on you. Also, you need to give a security deposit in case your indoor racquetball tournaments damage the wall.

Berea Neighborhoods

Encompassing 7.8 square miles, Berea isn't large, but housing and nearby highlights vary tremendously within its limits. Before you choose a neighborhood or apartment complex in town, establish what you want and pick accordingly.

Central Berea: Car dependent for some things, you can still walk to the Rice Bowl Restaurant, West Towne Shopping Center, and a grocery store. Biking is feasible. Overall, the area is the most practical spot to live.

Northwest: Offering the widest variety of homes, this area requires a motorized vehicle or a real dedication to cycling. Northwest Park offers space to fly kites and lounge outside. Harvey's Restaurant is a great lunch spot.

Saluda River: Near that river and on the west side, this neighborhood is mostly scattered houses. Get a car! Fish and boat at Saluda Lake.

South: This area is mostly car dependent, but you can walk to eat fast-food and get groceries at Ingles Market. All sorts of housing is here.

Berea Neighborhoods
+

Encompassing 7.8 square miles, Berea isn't large, but housing and nearby highlights vary tremendously within its limits. Before you choose a neighborhood or apartment complex in town, establish what you want and pick accordingly.

Central Berea: Car dependent for some things, you can still walk to the Rice Bowl Restaurant, West Towne Shopping Center, and a grocery store. Biking is feasible. Overall, the area is the most practical spot to live.

Northwest: Offering the widest variety of homes, this area requires a motorized vehicle or a real dedication to cycling. Northwest Park offers space to fly kites and lounge outside. Harvey's Restaurant is a great lunch spot.

Saluda River: Near that river and on the west side, this neighborhood is mostly scattered houses. Get a car! Fish and boat at Saluda Lake.

South: This area is mostly car dependent, but you can walk to eat fast-food and get groceries at Ingles Market. All sorts of housing is here.

Living in Berea

In terms of transportation, most folks drive, and bringing a car is recommended. Biking and walking are okay, but tiresome. Greenlink (Greenville's public transit system) also serves the area. With the Greenville Amtrak station close, you can get in and out of town easily.

Have a meal at Big Clock of Berea and a cocktail at Pub Spirits. You're in Berea. Go shop at Cedar Lane Shopping Center, Berea Shopping Center and Westwood Shopping Center; there's always somewhere to go buy things in this town. While it may not always fascinate and inspire, Berea does please and meet your needs. If you ever need inspiration, head to nearby attractions like the Greenville Zoo and see if the elephants can enlighten you. If you want the skies to yourself, go camping at Paris Mountain State Park and sing with the stars. Again, Berea may not fascinate, but it can shine for you if you let it.

Living in Berea
+

In terms of transportation, most folks drive, and bringing a car is recommended. Biking and walking are okay, but tiresome. Greenlink (Greenville's public transit system) also serves the area. With the Greenville Amtrak station close, you can get in and out of town easily.

Have a meal at Big Clock of Berea and a cocktail at Pub Spirits. You're in Berea. Go shop at Cedar Lane Shopping Center, Berea Shopping Center and Westwood Shopping Center; there's always somewhere to go buy things in this town. While it may not always fascinate and inspire, Berea does please and meet your needs. If you ever need inspiration, head to nearby attractions like the Greenville Zoo and see if the elephants can enlighten you. If you want the skies to yourself, go camping at Paris Mountain State Park and sing with the stars. Again, Berea may not fascinate, but it can shine for you if you let it.