Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods

Like most metropolitan areas, Greenville is divided into almost 80 ‘neighborhoods,’ and a number of historic districts including: Ascot, Augusta Road, Barrington Park, Bellemeade, Berea, Brandon, Brookside Forest, Bradley Station, Canebrake, Chanticleer, Cleveland Forest, City View, Coach Hills, Collins Creek, Del Norte/Eastgate, Devenger Place, Devenger Pointe, Dove Tree, Downtown (Augusta Street, North Main, Washington Street, East Park Historic District), Dunean, East Faris Road, Eastover, Elsie, Edwards Forrest, Faversham Circle, Forrester Cove, Forrester Creek, Forrester Farms, Forrester Heights, Forrester Woods, Foxcroft, Glenn Road, Gower, Gower Estates, Green Avenue, Greenline-Spartanburg, Hampton-Pinckney, Haynie-Sirrine, Hudson Forest, Keowee, Judson, Laurel Lake, Mallard Creek, Marshall Forest, Marifield, Midtown, Monaghan, Nicholtown, Otis-Wilkins, Overbrook, Pebble Creek, Pelham Falls, Pelham Woods, Pleasant Valley, Pleasantburg Forest, Ridgeland, Riverside Chase, Riverside Drive, Red Line District, Shadow Moss, Silverleaf, Southernside, Sterling, Stonehaven, Sugar Creek, Sugar Mill, Thornblade, Traxler Park, Viola, Wade Hampton, Waterford Park, West End, West Greenville, Westville Heights, White Oak, Windsor Forest, and Woodside.