About The Area
Located 12 miles west of Greenville is Easley which has become a very popular and thriving area in the upstate! Part of Pickens County, the city was named after William King Easley who was a General during the Civil War. He helped bring the railways to the town which made it a popular destination for textile mills. In 1873, Easley became an official town and ever since people and industries have moved to the area to take advantage of its awesome neighborhoods and lifestyle.
Easley has several iconic breweries and eateries that we want to share with you. First is The Pint Station located right on Main Street which has 20 rotating local drafts on tap and 7 to 10 varieties of wine, so if you're not a beer connoisseur they still have something for you. Next is The Silos, which is hard to miss as the destination was built from grain silos. Not only does it have a brewery, ice cream shop, sandwich place, and a pizzeria, but it also has an awesome outdoor entertainment area. Lastly is The Smokin' Pig which has some of the best BBQ in all of the southeast.
If you're looking for something fun to do in the area, there's The Doodle Trail which is 7.5 miles from Pickens to Easley and is a great way to explore the outdoors. The Greenville-Pickens Speedway is another spot to check out. It's a half mile track which has some of the coolest local racing you'll ever see and during the holidays they even put on different light shows.
When it comes to housing, Easley has just about everything for everyone whether you're looking for a mill village house to a new construction. Prices range anywhere from $300K to the millions and if you're interested in land, they have that too!
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