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The small, quaint college town of Clemson, SC is one of the great places to live in South Carolina. Nestled in the foothills of the Western Upstate, Clemson offers the beautiful, pedestrian-friendly university campus with botanical gardens, historical buildings, world-class athletic facilities and exceptional libraries and entertainment venues. People that live in Clemson and the surrounding areas love sports, entertaining on the picturesque lakes of the area, taking hikes in the nearby foothills and mountains, golfing, fishing, mountain biking, dining, or simply soaking in the beautiful sunsets. The Upstate has it all!

Why Choose Clemson ?

A Great College Town
The small college town of Clemson, SC is cherished by many as the home of the mighty tigers football team and a great gathering place for college football, but it also serves as a great cultural and economic hub for year-round living. Many families are choosing to relocate to the Clemson area to enjoy the beautiful lakes, attend the good schools and enjoy the diverse dining and cultural activities.
A Beautiful, Walkable Campus
Clemson is a one of the nation’s finest walkable campuses, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountain, it offers beautiful gardens, walking paths and scenic views of the surrounding areas.

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The small, quaint college town of Clemson, SC is one of the great places to live in South Carolina. Nestled in the foothills of the Western Upstate, Clemson offers the beautiful, pedestrian-friendly

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Littlejohn Coliseum

The Littlejohn Coliseum, is a 9,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Clemson, South Carolina, United States. It is home to the Clemson University Tigers men's and women's basketball teams. It is also the site of Clemson graduations and the Clemson Career Fair.

J. C. Stribling Barn

The J. C. Stribling Barn is a brick barn built ca. 1890 to 1900 at 220 Isaqueena Trail in Clemson, South Carolina. It is also known as the Sleepy Hollow Barn or the Stribling-Boone Barn. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places on October 22, 2001.

Lake Hartwell

Lake Hartwell is a man-made reservoir bordering Georgia and South Carolina on the Savannah,Tugaloo, and Seneca Rivers. Lake Hartwell is one of the southeast's largest and most popular recreation lakes. The lake is created by Hartwell Dam located on the Savannah River seven miles (11 km) below the point at which the Tugaloo and Seneca Rivers join to form the Savannah.

Hanover House

Hanover House is a French Huguenot house built in 1714-1716. The house is also known as the St. Julien-Ravenel House. It was constructed in the South Carolina Low Country in the present Berkeley County. When Lake Moultrie was created in the 1940s, the house was moved to the Clemson University campus in Pickens County.

Fort Hill Plantation

Fort Hill, also known as the John C. Calhoun Mansion and Library, is a National Historic Landmark on the Clemson University campus in Clemson. The house is significant as the home from 1825-50 of John C. Calhoun, a leading national politician of the period, and is now a museum and library maintained in his memory.

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