29 Knoxbury Terrace 29601
Photos are from the property location of the vacancy and are either of the exact vacant unit or of an equivalent unit.
Just The Highlights
Security Deposit: $700
Approx. 1000 sq. ft.
Kitchen: Granite Countertops, Stainless Appliances, Dining Area
Hardwood floors throughout, except in tiled kitchen and bath
Windows: 2-inch blinds provided
Electric heat and air conditioning
Yard care provided
All The Details
We have several duplexes located in a small cul-de-sac neighborhood off McDaniel Avenue near Cleveland Park, and #29 Knoxbury Terrace was the second one we purchased. The Knoxbury Terrace community has all the best qualities of our rentals — large oaks and grassy lawns landscaped with azaleas, dogwoods, and hydrangeas in a residential setting within walking distance to Cleveland Park and Downtown via the Swamp Rabbit Trail. It’s the best, in my view, of what Southland offers.
Since SouthLand owns both sides of this duplex the entire property is under the care of SouthLand, which has its advantages for tenants. I think this duplex features the best location on the street because it’s some distance away from the traffic on McDaniel, but not so close to the end of the cul de sac where cars turn around. #29 has full hardwoods throughout except for the tiled kitchen and bathroom, and there is an outside patio that is perfect for a garden table and evening suppers. The kitchen features granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
The very quiet, cul-de-sac neighborhood is one block from Cleveland Park and the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, and so well-hidden that I’ve had friends who have lived in Greenville for many years confess that they’ve never even been down the street. The neighborhood is filled with beautiful large old oak trees and the shade is refreshing during the summer months.
The wider neighborhood near Knoxbury Terrace, closely boundaried by Augusta Road, Main Street, and McDaniel Avenue, is delightful. Just a walk through the Knoxbury neighborhood and through a parking lot (about .2 miles) is the Greenville location of Sidewall Pizza Company, and another half block brings you to a Biscuit Head GVL breakfast. One mile’s walk through Cleveland and Falls Park and you’ll reach Smoke on the Water Restaurant at the corner of Augusta and Main, Spill The Beans coffee house, Mellow Mushroom, or The Lazy Goat restaurant. The Caine Halter Family YMCA is 7/10 of a mile from #29.
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