Spartanburg, SC


Spartanburg, South Carolina is just the charming city that you’ve been dreaming of. Quaint and traditional, this family-friendly Southern city offers a tranquil atmosphere of shade-covered avenues, high trees, and that lulling feel of comfort. With so much to offer, you’ll love calling Spartanburg home. Check out the local breweries and play Frisbee in the tranquil parks. Have the ultimate car-loving experience at BMW Zentrum, or take a family trip to the Hollywild Animal Park or the Hub City Railroad Museum. The easygoing mix of atmosphere and personality makes Spartanburg, South Carolina a charming place to call home. When looking for your next apartment, let Spartanburg’s Southern charm and hospitality lead you right to your front door.

4 Neighborhoods in Spartanburg, SC

  • East Spartanburg County

    East Greenville-Spartanburg lies directly to the east of the Greenville-Spartanburg corridor and rests 40 miles from Greenville and only 7 miles from nearby Spartanburg. The neighborhood’s main attraction is Croft State Park which also contains the very popular Lake Craig.

  • North Spartanburg County

    The North Spartanburg neighborhood lies 7.2 miles north of downtown Spartanburg and sits within Boiling Springs, a census-designated place consisting of 6.8 square miles and under 8,500 people, as of 2015.

  • South Spartanburg County

    The South neighborhood lies 8 miles south of downtown Spartanburg, which has an active cultural and nightlife scene. The neighborhood's main attraction, Croft State Park features 7,000 acres of rolling hills with 12 miles of hiking and biking trails and 20 miles of equestrian trails. Lake Craig lies within the park and attracts local boaters and fisherman for bass and crappie fishing.

  • West Spartanburg County

    The West neighborhood, also known as Startex, lies 2 miles west of the Greenville-Spartanburg corridor. Startex rests 11 miles away from downtown Spartanburg and 21 miles away from downtown Greenville. Small in size, the neighborhood consists of less than 2 square miles and 1,000 people, as of 2015. The Middle Tyger River cuts through the neighborhood, and adventuresome locals enjoy white water rafting or kayaking down the 2-mile stretch of Class III rapids from Startex to the nearby town of Duncan.