Clemson, SC Real Estate

     

    Education/Football:

    U.S.News & World Report ranked Clemson University 20th in the nation for top public national universities for 2015, 7th in the nation in terms of students’ return on investment, and 3rd nationally for “student/campus satisfaction”. Clemson is rich with engineering, agriculture, business and many other proven academic routes for aspiring students. One program called the CU-ICAR is the International Center for Automotive Research where academia, industry and government organizations collaborate on automotive research. CU-ICAR’s Campus is home to the Clemson University Department of Automotive Engineering, where graduate students can earn a master’s of science (M.S.) or doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in automotive engineering, Forty (40%) Percent of the graduate alumni are currently employed in South Carolina. The football program offers an array of history from Howard’s rock, running down the hill to the tiger rag. So if you find yourself near Memorial Stadium on a football Saturday, go and experience the absolute fun and tradition Clemson Football has to offer, guaranteed you’ll have fun! For more info on Clemson Athletics: http://www.clemsontigers.com/HomePage.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=28500&KEY=

     

     

    College Town/Lifestyle:

    Clemson “Calhoun”

    In 1825 John C Calhoun moved to what is now the city of Clemson. His daughter Anna Maria Calhoun married Thomas Green Clemson and upon her passing wanted her husband to keep her father’s legacy alive. Initially an all-male military school, Clemson Agricultural College opened in July 1893 with 446 students. Expanded academic offerings and research pursuits led the way for the college to be renamed Clemson University in 1964.

    Tillman Hall

    Tillman Hall is the University’s clock tower and signature building. The building featured the first library, many classrooms and laboratories, and a chapel. Originally known as the Main Building, it was named for Trustee Tillman by the Board of Trustees in July 1946.

    Theatre/Arts

    The strength of the theatre concentration is its people, the students who demonstrate a passion for learning and creative discovery, as well as the faculty and staff who maintain professional careers at regional, national, and international levels and bring that experience to the students. Clemson is full of performing arts and state-of-art facilities.

     

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    Popular Neighborhoods of Clemson:

    Camelot

    Camelot neighborhood is located at the gateway into Clemson just off Issaquena at Hwy 123.  Winding roads are lined by mature trees, offering a great deal of privacy between the homes.  Styles of architecture range from contemporary, to Cape Cod, and traditional Georgian.  In addition to being very conveniently located, Camelot has a park with a jungle gym and swing set making this neighborhood popular with all types of homeowners

     

     

     Patrick Square

    Conveniently located at the prominent intersection of Hwy 123 and Issaquena Trail. It is the optimal Clemson, S.C location for unique family-friendly services, entertainment and dining. Surrounded by the area’s most affluent neighborhoods, which holds the highest annual household incomes ($80,000) in a one-mile radius. Within five miles are three institutions of higher education – prestigious Clemson University, Southern Wesleyan University and TriCounty Technical College.

     

     

    Country Walk

    Characterized by lovely brick homes and family friendly fun, Country Walk offers a complete amenity package with its large pool, tennis courts, playground, basketball court, and designated 2 mile walking trail.  With its close proximity to both Clemson Elementary and Clemson University, Country Walk remains a popular choice for the area.

     

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