Rich in history and scenic natural resources, this part of the country is ideal for those wanting to explore the countryside or simply sit back and enjoy the view. And it’s all waiting right outside your doors.
With its temperate climate and four distinct seasons, this extraordinary landscape stands at the heart of the Southeast’s most spectacular region for discovery and enjoyment.
With Greenville and Asheville and a host of unique smaller towns including Hendersonville, Brevard and Clemson, The Cliffs offers easy access to cultural outlets, entertainment venues, shopping, over 10 academic centers of excellence and nationally recognized health and medical facilities.
greenville, south carolina
Situated between Atlanta and Charlotte in the thriving Upstate of South Carolina, Greenville is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in America – “#6-Top 10 Best Place to Live” (RelocateAmerica – 2011), “#21-30 Best Cities for Jobs” (The Daily Beast – 2011) and “#5 America’s Most Fun, Affordable Cities” (Bloomberg Businessweek – 2011). With its multitude of shopping and dining areas, passion for the arts and collection of parks, there is something for everyone in Greenville. These big city opportunities and small town charm have allowed Greenville to grow and attract business and families from around the world, and in fact, the city is home to the North American headquarters of Michelin, BMW Manufacturing, Fluor and Hubbell Lighting. Greenville continues to gain attention for its growing economic potential and its award-winning healthcare, Greenville Hospital System and Bon Secours St. Francis Health System.
hendersonville, north carolina
Historic Hendersonville offers a quaint, quiet escape that specializes in traditional southern hometown charm. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, Hendersonville offers numerous events throughout the year that celebrate local arts, cuisine and shopping in a truly unique atmosphere.
At The Cliffs, you are moments away from enjoying some of the South’s most celebrated attractions such as Greenville’s award-winning downtown, where its shopping, dining and focus on fine arts surrounds the 26-acre Falls Park. The park’s focal centerpiece is Reedy River Falls, a natural waterfall which can be viewed from the 355-foot-long, pedestrian Liberty Bridge. Only a short walk away is the Peace Center for Performing Arts, an architecturally and acoustically spectacular venue for shows from Broadway musicals to intimate concerts, and Fluor Field, a replica of Fenway Park and home to the Boston Red Sox single-A baseball affiliate, the Greenville Drive. Nearby Hendersonville boasts an historic downtown, which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and the Village of Flat Rock’s “Little Rainbow Row,” which features several art galleries, antique stores and The Flat Rock Playhouse, the state theatre of North Carolina. Take in history while touring the Carl Sandburg Home, St. John in the Wilderness Episcopal Church (built in 1833) and the Historic Woodfield Inn. There are endless opportunities and experiences available in this one of a kind area.
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Set between two of the most vibrant and growing cities in the South, Asheville, NC and Greenville, SC, our unique collection of communities are located within moments of each other and situated in three distinct regions – Lake, Mountain and Asheville. Located at the southernmost edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Marietta, SC, The Cliffs at Mountain Park allows you to be away without being far away. With easy access to Greenville, SC and Hendersonville, NC, The Cliffs at Mountain Park is within a two hours’ drive of Charlotte and a three hours’ drive of Atlanta.
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