About Simpsonville

Simpsonville is a city located in the southeastern part of Greenville County. There are many reasons why Simpsonville is one of the fastest new home markets in the state. It offers a great, convenient location in which to live because of its road connections and infrastructure. It is noted for having low unemployment due to a diversity of industries including Para-Chem, Kemet, Sealed Air and Milliken. It has great schools such as award-winning Hillcrest High School. It has a bustling downtown with shops, groceries, dining and lodging. Recently, the Heritage Park Amphitheater opened which draws national touring acts for performances. Simpsonville is also home to the 2008 Little League Softball World Champions.

Why Choose Simpsonville ?

Great Way to Live In Your New Home
Simpsonville has been recognized as one of the fastest growing cities in the state of South Carolina. Stretching from the Five Forks area off of Woodruff Road, to the growing Fairview Road, Simpsonville offers the best in fine dining, new shopping and recreation and they keep new homes in Simpsonville in high demand.
A Great Location
Only minutes from I385, Simpsonville is a convenient location to many local businesses. Downtown Greenville is only 20 minutes away.

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Heritage Park

Six baseball/softball fields with batting cages, soft toss tunnels and practice infield Two age-appropriate playground areasA working replica miniature steam train A Corporate shelter (up to 100), Gazebo (up to 30) and individual picnic shelters all available for rent.  Full-service concessions (seasonal)Miles of paved trails for walking,running and bikingAmple parkingCCNB Amphitheatre at Herit

Gilder Plantation

Location –  Simpsonville Greenville County Near the intersection of Highway 14 and Bethel Road Origin of the name – Named for Gilder Creek that runs through the property Other names – Austin Current status – Land has been subdivided over the years with the bulk of acreage being developed as a subdivision with golf course, and country club.

Alder Park

"Neighborhood" park re-established in December 2014 with NEW playground equipment Picnic shelter Basketball court Rectangular pitch good for soccer, flag football Waste disposal bags and receptacles for dog-walkers

Simpsonville Clock Tower

Donated by Mayor Ralph S Hendricks 1987 Triad Design Group, Inc. Architects Waldrop Construction, Inc. Contractors Marker is at the intersection of South Main Street (Route 14) and West Curtis Street, on the right when traveling east on South Main Street.Courtesy hmdb.org

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