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9 Catawba Avenue
9 Catawba Avenue
Parker, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1436 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
A must see. This three bedroom, two bath home has a great flow to it. The living room comes with a great fireplace, perfect for those chilly nights. The kitchen is large enough to have an eat in dining room. This is great for entertaining.
1 Unit Available
48 2nd Street
48 2nd Street
Parker, SC
2 Bedrooms
$850
1182 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
Conveniently located to Downtown Greenville, shopping, dining, schools and much more! This home has a HUGE front porch that would be great to enjoy the beautiful Carolina weather.
1 Unit Available
22 Springside Avenue
22 Springside Avenue
Parker, SC | Brandon
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:18 AM
This home has it all! 22 Springside Avenue is only 5 minutes from Downtown Greenville and less than a mile from the Village of West Greenville! House has been completely renovated and is in excellent condition.
1 Unit Available
105 West Avenue
105 West Avenue
Parker, SC | Brandon
2 Bedrooms
$850
864 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
This is a cute house with spacious rooms. 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Home Near Downtown Greenville! - This is a cute house with spacious rooms. 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Home Near Downtown 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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400 Rhett
400 Rhett St
Greenville, SC | West End Market
1 Bedroom
$1,070
735 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,510
1059 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 07:31 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.
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The Grove Apartments
10 Monroe Street
Greenville, SC
1 Bedroom
$745
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$795
900 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$905
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:52 AM
Cedar Grove Apartments is located in the Water Tower District of Greenville, which is undergoing a tremendous amount of redevelopment and growth.
1 Unit Available
18 6th Street
18 6th Street
Judson, SC | Judson
2 Bedrooms
$1,095
1224 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:53 AM
2 bed 1 bath home in Judson near Downtown Greenville.
1 Unit Available
North Franklin
1114 North Franklin Road
Sans Souci, SC
2 Bedrooms
$800
900 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:53 AM
Available is a newly renovated 2 bedroom 1.5 bath townhome near Cherrydale. The townhome includes new solid surface flooring thru out the downstairs which includes the living room, half bath and kitchen.
1 Unit Available
208 Crestone Drive
208 Crestone Drive
Judson, SC | Judson
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1066 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
Freshly painted! This 3 bed 1 bath single family has central HVAC, hardwood floors, tile, covered front porch, large eat in kitchen, and a mudroom with tons of storage and washer and dryer hookups. Do not delay, as this home will not last long.
1 Unit Available
518 Perry Avenue
518 Perry Avenue
Greenville, SC | West Greenville
2 Bedrooms
$995
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
Adorable bungalow off Perry Ave in the West Village of Greenville.
1 Unit Available
15 Greensboro Court
15 Greensboro Court
Sans Souci, SC
3 Bedrooms
$925
1300 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
This 3 bedroom town home has a 1 car garage, three bedrooms upstairs, spacious living room, kitchen and large hallways.
1 Unit Available
122 Mulberry Street
122 Mulberry Street
Greenville, SC | Southern Side
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
2210 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
BRAND NEW HOME! If a new home is what you are looking for then this is the home for you! Pulling up to this home you will automatically be in awe with the curb appeal.
1 Unit Available
6526 White Horse Road - 1, Unit 5A
6526 White Horse Road
Berea, SC
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,095
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 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.
1 Unit Available
701 South Florida Avenue - A
701 South Florida Avenue
Welcome, SC
2 Bedrooms
$995
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
Newly renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bath one-level home. Everything was updated in this home including the roof, HVAC, electrical & plumbing service, light fixtures/ceiling fans, and plumbing fixtures.
1 Unit Available
718 South Florida Avenue
718 South Florida Avenue
Welcome, SC
2 Bedrooms
$975
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
Greenville Housing Authority Accepted. Super cute 2 bedroom 1 bath duplex! The home has been freshly painted and has LVT floors. The living room is open to the kitchen and is great for entertaining.
1 Unit Available
49 Jib Court
49 Jib Court
Berea, SC
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
1218 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
Fabulous views and neighborhood amenities will attract you to this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome, and the updated interior will make you stay! Open, flowing floorplan with large family room & dining area.
1 Unit Available
124 W. Decatur Street
124 West Decatur Street
Sans Souci, SC
2 Bedrooms
$995
950 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:18 AM
Updated two bedrooms one bath home 10 minutes from downtown Greenville! Spacious bedrooms and hardwood floors throughout the home. The backyard features a deck, perfect for enjoying the wooded backyard.
1 Unit Available
806 Green Avenue
806 Green Avenue
Greenville, SC
2 Bedrooms
$1,915
Last updated December 4 at 09:03 AM
The Elements West is a community that offers modern living with Historic Charm, which is located in Downtown Greenville at 806 Green Ave. This was originally the site of the Old E.W.
1 Unit Available
20 Casey Street
20 Casey Street
Greenville, SC | Green Avenue
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
800 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:03 AM
Do you Want to Live Close to Downtown and the Baseball Field? Don't miss out on this Charming 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Home in the vibrant West End of Greenville. This friendly neighborhood is surrounded by rapid development.
1 Unit Available
101 Mallard St
101 Mallard Street
Greenville, SC | Sterling
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
1248 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:06 AM
Imagine living in downtown Greenville in a single family home with a fully screened in porch, a garden, and a fenced in yard.
1 Unit Available
918 2nd Ave
918 2nd Avenue
Judson, SC | Judson
2 Bedrooms
$1,095
1152 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Just Updated 2 Bedroom Home in Judson Mill Community!! - This spacious two bedroom home was just updated with a front porch made for sitting! Fully painted, new light fixtures, blinds and more! The large back yard is completely fenced in that you
1 Unit Available
100 S Franklin Rd b
100 South Franklin Road
Sans Souci, SC
2 Bedrooms
$750
800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Great upstairs apartment near Swamp Rabbit Trail - Property Id: 380539 2 bedroom, 1 bath, upstairs apartment in quite neighborhood of San Souci central heat & air, wood floors, no washer & dryer connections, yard maintained by owner, $45
1 Unit Available
9 Ruby Drive
9 Ruby Drive
Sans Souci, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1170 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Quaint 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath! - Quaint 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located just 15 from Downtown Greenville. This freshly painted home features stainless steel kitchen appliances and hardwood flooring throughout.
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City Guide

Parker
"South Carolina is a great place to be from." -- Tim Scott. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
"South Carolina is a great place to be from." -- Tim Scott. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.

With a population of a bit over 11,000 and a square mileage of 6.9, Parker is a small town with a high population density (the average square mile has 1,675 residents). When the average person thinks of Parker, it's with typically with the thought of southern films, hot muggy summers, and a cold glass of lemonade. The city exudes that unique old-time southern charm, while still retaining the modernity granted by its proximity to Greenville.

Moving to Parker

How Much Will it Cost?

Here's the great news: costs of living in Parker are crazy low. With the average home costing about the same as a new mid-range car, property values are very low. However, they are on the rise -- the average value of a home as risen around 20% since 2000, but the growth is slow, meaning there isn't as much rush to find a home for rent.

To tell the truth, it might be cheaper to purchase a home than to rent an apartment in Parker. Mortgage rates in the area are likely lower than monthly rent would be, and that option would provide you with the ability to modify your home any way you liked.

What Do I Need?

First and foremost, a car. While public transportation exists, the system is not as effective as it might be in a metropolis. Most folks in the area drive anywhere they need to go. Also, if you're planning to work in nearby Greenville or make day trips to the city for shopping and entertainment purposes, it pays to have your own mode of transportation. Otherwise, you'll need to rely on a friendly neighbor to take where you need to go.

As far as renting goes, restrictions are pretty lenient. However, it never hurts to be able to provide proof of income, credit history, and a few good referrals from past landlords. Having proof that you are a good tenant can net better month to month rates. Who doesn't want a cheaper price on apartment rentals?

Moving to Parker
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How Much Will it Cost?

Here's the great news: costs of living in Parker are crazy low. With the average home costing about the same as a new mid-range car, property values are very low. However, they are on the rise -- the average value of a home as risen around 20% since 2000, but the growth is slow, meaning there isn't as much rush to find a home for rent.

To tell the truth, it might be cheaper to purchase a home than to rent an apartment in Parker. Mortgage rates in the area are likely lower than monthly rent would be, and that option would provide you with the ability to modify your home any way you liked.

What Do I Need?

First and foremost, a car. While public transportation exists, the system is not as effective as it might be in a metropolis. Most folks in the area drive anywhere they need to go. Also, if you're planning to work in nearby Greenville or make day trips to the city for shopping and entertainment purposes, it pays to have your own mode of transportation. Otherwise, you'll need to rely on a friendly neighbor to take where you need to go.

As far as renting goes, restrictions are pretty lenient. However, it never hurts to be able to provide proof of income, credit history, and a few good referrals from past landlords. Having proof that you are a good tenant can net better month to month rates. Who doesn't want a cheaper price on apartment rentals?

Parker Neighborhoods

Parker is, in and of itself, a neighborhood of Greenville. It's roughly two miles away from downtown Greenville, and has been absorbed as a suburb of the city. However, when it comes to Parker itself, there aren't really any distinctive neighborhoods. While the central area of Parker is more built up, the outskirts are markedly more rural, with a lot of uncultivated land that attracts those who want the best of both worlds: city life and country living.

Parker Neighborhoods
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Parker is, in and of itself, a neighborhood of Greenville. It's roughly two miles away from downtown Greenville, and has been absorbed as a suburb of the city. However, when it comes to Parker itself, there aren't really any distinctive neighborhoods. While the central area of Parker is more built up, the outskirts are markedly more rural, with a lot of uncultivated land that attracts those who want the best of both worlds: city life and country living.

Living in Parker

Parker has a lot to offer residents, with plenty of diversions to keep even the eclectic individuals entertained. On nice days, it's common to find people at Hagood Park, Kings Park, or Stevens Field enjoying a game of baseball with friends. The Dupont State Forest is where hundreds of people spend their evenings and mornings fishing, hiking, and running along nature trails. The gun-enthusiasts in Parker can be found at the Pickens County Range, honing their skills and practicing their craft.

Parker doesn't slouch on cuisine options, either. With all of the major staples available, it's also home to locally owned options like Mama Maria's, Nazario's Mexican Restaurant, and numerous others.

Parker Schools

There are plenty of schools around Parker, including Parker High School, Westcliffe Elementary School, and Tabernacle Christian School. Besides these three, there are more than a half dozen other schools spread out through the surrounding area, both accredited and not.

In addition to basic schools, there are several post secondary schools in the area including Furman University, Brown Mackie College, and Virginia College.

Parker Crime

Crime is almost nonexistent in the Parker area. It is a bit higher within the Greenville metropolitan area, but still far below national averages. South Carolina tends to be a very safe place to live overall.

Living in Parker
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Parker has a lot to offer residents, with plenty of diversions to keep even the eclectic individuals entertained. On nice days, it's common to find people at Hagood Park, Kings Park, or Stevens Field enjoying a game of baseball with friends. The Dupont State Forest is where hundreds of people spend their evenings and mornings fishing, hiking, and running along nature trails. The gun-enthusiasts in Parker can be found at the Pickens County Range, honing their skills and practicing their craft.

Parker doesn't slouch on cuisine options, either. With all of the major staples available, it's also home to locally owned options like Mama Maria's, Nazario's Mexican Restaurant, and numerous others.

Parker Schools

There are plenty of schools around Parker, including Parker High School, Westcliffe Elementary School, and Tabernacle Christian School. Besides these three, there are more than a half dozen other schools spread out through the surrounding area, both accredited and not.

In addition to basic schools, there are several post secondary schools in the area including Furman University, Brown Mackie College, and Virginia College.

Parker Crime

Crime is almost nonexistent in the Parker area. It is a bit higher within the Greenville metropolitan area, but still far below national averages. South Carolina tends to be a very safe place to live overall.

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Parker
"South Carolina is a great place to be from." -- Tim Scott. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
"South Carolina is a great place to be from." -- Tim Scott. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.

With a population of a bit over 11,000 and a square mileage of 6.9, Parker is a small town with a high population density (the average square mile has 1,675 residents). When the average person thinks of Parker, it's with typically with the thought of southern films, hot muggy summers, and a cold glass of lemonade. The city exudes that unique old-time southern charm, while still retaining the modernity granted by its proximity to Greenville.

Moving to Parker

How Much Will it Cost?

Here's the great news: costs of living in Parker are crazy low. With the average home costing about the same as a new mid-range car, property values are very low. However, they are on the rise -- the average value of a home as risen around 20% since 2000, but the growth is slow, meaning there isn't as much rush to find a home for rent.

To tell the truth, it might be cheaper to purchase a home than to rent an apartment in Parker. Mortgage rates in the area are likely lower than monthly rent would be, and that option would provide you with the ability to modify your home any way you liked.

What Do I Need?

First and foremost, a car. While public transportation exists, the system is not as effective as it might be in a metropolis. Most folks in the area drive anywhere they need to go. Also, if you're planning to work in nearby Greenville or make day trips to the city for shopping and entertainment purposes, it pays to have your own mode of transportation. Otherwise, you'll need to rely on a friendly neighbor to take where you need to go.

As far as renting goes, restrictions are pretty lenient. However, it never hurts to be able to provide proof of income, credit history, and a few good referrals from past landlords. Having proof that you are a good tenant can net better month to month rates. Who doesn't want a cheaper price on apartment rentals?

Moving to Parker
+

How Much Will it Cost?

Here's the great news: costs of living in Parker are crazy low. With the average home costing about the same as a new mid-range car, property values are very low. However, they are on the rise -- the average value of a home as risen around 20% since 2000, but the growth is slow, meaning there isn't as much rush to find a home for rent.

To tell the truth, it might be cheaper to purchase a home than to rent an apartment in Parker. Mortgage rates in the area are likely lower than monthly rent would be, and that option would provide you with the ability to modify your home any way you liked.

What Do I Need?

First and foremost, a car. While public transportation exists, the system is not as effective as it might be in a metropolis. Most folks in the area drive anywhere they need to go. Also, if you're planning to work in nearby Greenville or make day trips to the city for shopping and entertainment purposes, it pays to have your own mode of transportation. Otherwise, you'll need to rely on a friendly neighbor to take where you need to go.

As far as renting goes, restrictions are pretty lenient. However, it never hurts to be able to provide proof of income, credit history, and a few good referrals from past landlords. Having proof that you are a good tenant can net better month to month rates. Who doesn't want a cheaper price on apartment rentals?

Parker Neighborhoods

Parker is, in and of itself, a neighborhood of Greenville. It's roughly two miles away from downtown Greenville, and has been absorbed as a suburb of the city. However, when it comes to Parker itself, there aren't really any distinctive neighborhoods. While the central area of Parker is more built up, the outskirts are markedly more rural, with a lot of uncultivated land that attracts those who want the best of both worlds: city life and country living.

Parker Neighborhoods
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Parker is, in and of itself, a neighborhood of Greenville. It's roughly two miles away from downtown Greenville, and has been absorbed as a suburb of the city. However, when it comes to Parker itself, there aren't really any distinctive neighborhoods. While the central area of Parker is more built up, the outskirts are markedly more rural, with a lot of uncultivated land that attracts those who want the best of both worlds: city life and country living.

Living in Parker

Parker has a lot to offer residents, with plenty of diversions to keep even the eclectic individuals entertained. On nice days, it's common to find people at Hagood Park, Kings Park, or Stevens Field enjoying a game of baseball with friends. The Dupont State Forest is where hundreds of people spend their evenings and mornings fishing, hiking, and running along nature trails. The gun-enthusiasts in Parker can be found at the Pickens County Range, honing their skills and practicing their craft.

Parker doesn't slouch on cuisine options, either. With all of the major staples available, it's also home to locally owned options like Mama Maria's, Nazario's Mexican Restaurant, and numerous others.

Parker Schools

There are plenty of schools around Parker, including Parker High School, Westcliffe Elementary School, and Tabernacle Christian School. Besides these three, there are more than a half dozen other schools spread out through the surrounding area, both accredited and not.

In addition to basic schools, there are several post secondary schools in the area including Furman University, Brown Mackie College, and Virginia College.

Parker Crime

Crime is almost nonexistent in the Parker area. It is a bit higher within the Greenville metropolitan area, but still far below national averages. South Carolina tends to be a very safe place to live overall.

Living in Parker
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Parker has a lot to offer residents, with plenty of diversions to keep even the eclectic individuals entertained. On nice days, it's common to find people at Hagood Park, Kings Park, or Stevens Field enjoying a game of baseball with friends. The Dupont State Forest is where hundreds of people spend their evenings and mornings fishing, hiking, and running along nature trails. The gun-enthusiasts in Parker can be found at the Pickens County Range, honing their skills and practicing their craft.

Parker doesn't slouch on cuisine options, either. With all of the major staples available, it's also home to locally owned options like Mama Maria's, Nazario's Mexican Restaurant, and numerous others.

Parker Schools

There are plenty of schools around Parker, including Parker High School, Westcliffe Elementary School, and Tabernacle Christian School. Besides these three, there are more than a half dozen other schools spread out through the surrounding area, both accredited and not.

In addition to basic schools, there are several post secondary schools in the area including Furman University, Brown Mackie College, and Virginia College.

Parker Crime

Crime is almost nonexistent in the Parker area. It is a bit higher within the Greenville metropolitan area, but still far below national averages. South Carolina tends to be a very safe place to live overall.