Welcome to Anderson, SC

Anderson is located in the upper northwest part of South Carolina, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Also known as the “Electric City”, Anderson earned its nickname during the industrial revolution for its pioneering way of hydroelectric power. Come explore a city rich in history and full of future growth.


Location
Anderson is located in the northwest corner of South Carolina in what is commonly referred to as the Upstate. The Upstate includes Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Pickens, and Cherokee counties and the cities of Anderson, Clemson, Greenville, Simpsonville, Greer, and Spartanburg.

Asheville, NC: 93 miles (1 hour, 50 minutes)
Atlanta, GA: 121 miles (2 hours, 7 minutes)
Charleston, SC: 227 miles (3 hours, 46 minutes)
Charlotte, NC: 131 miles (2 hours, 20 minutes)
Columbia, SC: 117 miles (2 hours, 5 minutes)
Spartanburg, SC: 59 miles (1 hour, 15 minutes)
Greenville, SC: 50 miles (39 minutes)


Population
Anderson County has a population of roughly 194,692 residents. Approximately 27,544 live within Anderson’s city limits.  


Housing
No matter what type of housing you are looking for, you can find it in Anderson. Search the available homes for sale among traditional neighborhoods, historic districts, suburban areas, or in the heart of downtown.


Climate
Enjoy a mild climate of four distinct seasons in Anderson, with mild winters and warm summers. The average temperature is 61°F, and the area boasts an average 221 days of sunshine a year. July is typically the warmest month and January is the coolest.


Education
Anderson County is divided into five districts, covering Williamston, Belton, Iva, Pendleton, and Anderson, with around 22 schools.


Higher education
Many national recognized colleges and universities are located within, or in close proximity to, Anderson: 

Tri-County Technical College

Anderson University

Forrest College

Clemson University


Health care
AnMed Health, the county’s nonprofit healthcare system, completed a $112 million project in the most extensive expansion of healthcare services in their history. The state of the art expansion includes a Women and Children’s Hospital, comprehensive Cancer Center, and a Cardiac and Orthopedic Center.


Transportation
Travel by the Electric City Transit, a public transit system with 4 routes.

Anderson Regional Airport, for private planes or air taxi services.


Library
The Anderson County Library System features 9 facilities. More than 300,000 books, DVDs, audiobooks and music CDs are available.


Outdoor and Indoor Recreation
Enjoy various activities at the Anderson County Recreation Center. From fitness programs, youth and adult sports leagues, or enjoying time outdoors in one of the city’s 13 parks, Anderson has what you need for a healthy, active lifestyle.


Bike Friendly
In 2014 Anderson City Council created the Downtown Anderson Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Plan. A $10 million project that connects residents and visitors on 10 miles of bike lanes and paths to parks, schools, health campuses, retail stores, and businesses.  


Arts & Entertainment
Experience and appreciate the arts at the Anderson Arts Center. Whether you want to explore the gallery, or take a class, there is something for all ages.

Come together for concerts, festivals, trade shows, and so much more at the Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center. Enjoy family friendly events all year long.

If you’re looking for more activities, be sure to visit Downtown Anderson where there is always something going on for  


Economic profile
Anderson is flourishing with the spirit of innovation with the increase of new and improved businesses and industries. AnMed Health completed a $112 million project in the most extensive expansion of healthcare services in their history. Their state of the art expansion includes a Women and Children’s Hospital, comprehensive Cancer Center, and a Cardiac and Orthopedic Center. Walgreen’s Distribution Center represents a $175 million investment in Anderson County that supplies many local employment opportunities. In addition, the City of Anderson recently completed Phase III of their $1.6 million City Hall project. 

  

 

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Listing information last updated on December 19th, 2018 at 8:16am EST.