Our quality-built turnkey homes provide affordable living and include concrete footers, brick under skirting, dry wall, 50-gallon hot water heater, appliances, and heat pump.
For those who may be downsizing, who are exploring relocation to the Greenville area, and who appreciate a quality of living in a country setting, Pebble Springs is the perfect retirement solution. Pebble Springs is a 55+ Manufactured Home Community located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains approximately 15 minutes north of Greenville, South Carolina. Nearby surrounding towns include Travelers Rest, Taylors, and Greer.
At Pebble Springs, rolling hills surround the small town atmosphere. Residents can avoid crowds and congestion, yet enjoy all the amenities necessary to compliment an active retirement lifestyle. South Carolina has four beautiful seasons yet boasts of a milder winter climate and ease of living.
We’re close to shopping, state-of-the-art medical facilities, nearby recreation areas that offer boating, fishing, bike and walking trails, and world-class golf. Theater, music, and art fairs abound in the greater Greenville area. Adult lifelong learning opportunities are also available at local universities and colleges. Residents have access to nearby local farm produce, fruits, dairy, and free ranged meats and poultry.
Pebble Springs has paved, lighted streets. Underground utilities include city water, sewer, cable TV and phone lines. Mailboxes are installed at your request. Your monthly lease includes weekly grass mowing and trash pickup.
Falls Park, Greenville
8.9 miles from Pebble Springs
Falls Park is on the Reedy River in downtown Greenville’s Historic West End. It is an oasis within the city where Liberty Bridge serves as a pedestrian walkway that overlooks the river falls. The park is surrounded by 20 acres of gardens displaying gorgeous plantings, sculptures, and areas of peaceful settings. The Reedy River area was home to small flour mills during the 1800’s and grew in the early 1920s with other factories clustered along the river. Textiles, grist and corn mills, ironworks, and sawmills were among the earlier industrial development. The land was reclaimed in the last century to restore and transform the area into a regional attraction.