00 Rocky Ridge Road Woodruff, SC 29335
Rocky Ridge Estates is a unique opportunity for homeowners to own their dream home on a private picturesque estate. Originally a 178+ acre hunting lease comprised primarily of mature hardwoods, level and rolling topography, and an abundance of wildlife. Rocky Ridge Estates is ideal for those individuals seeking the relaxed rural lifestyle with easy commutes to both Greenville & Spartanburg. Just a short drive into downtown Woodruff, the hidden gem of the Upstate. The +/- 178 acre tract is being offered as 14 lots in various sizes. The property allows the future homeowner easy access to all the necessities while still providing a quieter way of life. Local Produce providers, owner operated organic farms, & several traditional country churches are all little pieces of what makes Rocky Ridge Estates a part of a truly thriving rural community. Come see Rocky Ridge Estates where your dream estate awaits. 13 Lots Remaining: +/- 5 to 32 Acre Lots (See Flyer for Lot Acreage and Pricing) A Portion of Spartanburg County Tax Map #4-43-00-009.00 Frontage Roads: Rocky Ridge Road and Stewart Road in Enoree, SC; Road Frontage Amount varies per lot. Zoned for Award Winning Spartanburg County Schools in District 4 Water & Power Available Estate Lot for Private Residence Hardwoods / Level and Rolling Topography
Listing Brokerage NameNAI Earle Furman, LLC
Community - Woodruff
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Woodruff is a small town in the Upstate region of South Carolina located near Spartanburg and Greenville. Boasting a charming downtown and friendly community, Woodruff is a laid-back place to call home.
The cost of living in Woodruff is well below both the state and national averages, making this an affordable area in terms of real estate. There is a combination of charming historic properties and new construction homes in Woodruff, providing a variety of options for buyers. A majority of homes in Woodruff are situated on large lots due to the area’s rural setting.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Woodruff is a small town of about 4,000 residents in the Upstate region of South Carolina. It is perfectly situated near both Spartanburg and Greenville, which are approximately 15 and 25 miles away, respectively. Residents of Woodruff may travel to either city for employment, shopping, dining, and entertainment. The charming downtown area of Woodruff has been beautifully restored and renovated, hosting a myriad of restaurants, shops, and even a luxury day spa. The city is working to improve the downtown district through the South Carolina Municipal Association’s Main Street South Carolina Project.
Experience a taste of Woodruff history at the Historic Price House, which was once the home of Thomas Price, one of the earliest entrepreneurs of Spartanburg County. This 200-year-old home is open for tours between May and October, and is the site for many living history events. The Woodruff Greenway Trail is a linear park nearly a mile in length, suitable for walking, running and biking. The community comes together with a number of community events and festivals, including Dog Daze of Woodruff, the Stone Soup Storytelling Festival, and more. The Woodruff Opry House is a popular performance venue in town, hosting live family entertainment throughout the year.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Woodruff is part of Spartanburg County District 4, considered one of the highest rated districts in the state of South Carolina. Woodruff has four public schools total, including Woodruff Primary School, Woodruff Elementary School, Woodruff Middle School, and Woodruff High School. Woodruff is situated near a variety of colleges and universities, including University of South Carolina-Upstate, Converse College, Furman University, Webster University, and more.
Most of the early settlers in the late 1700s arrived to the area from North Carolina and Virginia, and were veterans of the Revolutionary War. War veteran Joseph Woodruff bought 200 acres in the area. One of Woodruff’s sons, Thomas, remained in the area, hoping to live to see the town founded, but passed away before it was chartered in 1874. His two sons played an instrumental role in the evolution of the town, so it was named in Thomas Woodruff’s honor. When the town was chartered, new businesses arrived to town, but Woodruff saw major growth with the arrival of the railroad in 1885.
Approximate Distance to:
Spartanburg: 17 Miles
Greenville: 24 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 17 Miles
Spartanburg Medical Center: 18.5 Miles
Greenville Memorial Hospital: 29.5 Miles
I-26: 9 Miles
I-385: 16 Miles
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