Pendleton SC Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Pendleton SC Real Estate & Homes For Sale


Downtown Pendleton Shopping & Dining

The Falls at Meehan is located in Pendleton, on the northwest side of Anderson County, SC. With a population of just over 3,000 residents, this small town prides itself on offering “History, Hospitality and Happenings” to locals and visitors alike.

The Pendleton Village Green is the heart of the community. Bordered by Queen Street, Mechanic Street, Exchange Street, and Main Street, the Green is rich in both history and events. Home of the historic Guard House and Farmer’s Hall, the Green also provides the location for numerous community gatherings during the year, from farmer’s markets to Easter egg hunts and much more.

The Green is also surrounded by an eclectic variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Pendleton shoppers can find unique gifts for their houses at stores like Mountain Made and The Mercantile , art on display and for sale at the Gallery and Sturee Tribal Village , or even catch an auction at Eagles Basket . And, for actors and audiences alike, The Clemson Little Theatre offers performances right in the Pendleton Playhouse.

And, for a small town, Pendleton offers a surprising variety of services for those who call it home. Although some people may choose to make the short four-mile drive to the Clemson area — or the slightly longer drive to Greenville, 30 miles away — many residents find exactly what they need within walking distance of home. Services in Pendleton include several automotive repair businesses; more than a dozen options for healthcare, including dentists, doctors, and dialysis; fitness facilities such as dance, yoga, and Crossfit; banking and insurance providers; a number of beauty salons; and, several providers of other services ranging from locksmiths to lawyers.

Pendleton residents can also choose from a range of options for staying active in the community. The Pendleton Recreation Association offers youth programs, including cheerleading, football, soccer, baseball and T-ball, and basketball. Practices are often held at Veteran’s Park: home to Barrett’s Place Playground and Trotter’s Trail, a wheelchair-accessible, paved walking path that winds over a bridge and through the woods of the park. Community organizations include Friends of the Park, Pendleton Garden Club, Pendleton Historic Foundation, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, and Pendleton Pride in Motion.