Thinking of taking the leap and heading to Clemson? We can't blame you! The houses here are beautiful, and are only outmatched by the cheery attitude of the residents. For your search, you really won't need anything too abnormal: proof of income, a credit report, a contract signing your life away, etc. Well, probably not the contract, but you get the idea.
The vacancy rate in town is pretty low, so you'll want to get started as soon as possible. If you want to get your move to a stress-free start, just make sure to begin at least 30-days before your desired move-in date!
Apartments abound in Clemson, with units in every shape and size. Downtown, you'll find a few loft apartments. Elsewhere in town, you can find traditional townhouses, large, amenity-laden apartment complexes or units in converted houses. Here's a little more info about the various neighborhoods in Clemson.
Camelot: This area is characterized by winding roads and beautiful old trees. It's just off Hwy 123 but feels secluded and private. It's mostly comprised of houses for sale.
Downtown: This area is a vibrant setting with a good mix of residential and commercial developments. It's close to the Lamaster Dairy Center, too!
Village Walk: This area has the feel of the old deep south, with big homes on big properties. There's also a large clubhouse and a pool here!
Heatherwood: Heatherwood is located on the fringe of Clemson and is right near many shops, restaurants and grocery stores at the Clemson Shopping Center!
Clemson is a college town, but it has a lot more going on than just school stuff. It offers a strong sense of community and a super high quality of life. The City works hard at keeping the town beautiful and its residents happy. There are a number of beautiful parks in the area and a good mix of businesses and residential neighborhoods, so there's pretty much something for everyone. If you're craving a dose of outdoor beauty, visit the South Carolina Botanical Gardens, located right here. The legs of Lake Hartwell also make a pretty place to spend the day fishing or boating. There's no shortage of stuff to do here! Public transportation is another thing Clemson does have going for it. The Clemson Area Transit offers routes in Clemson and other nearby cities. There's also an Amtrak station in town and major airports within a short drive.