From monsters on the Swamp Rabbit Trail and apparitions on Augusta to witches + webs on Earle Street – Greenville is adorned with some frighteningly festive Halloween decor. We recently asked where we can find the best holiday decorations around town, and you really delivered.
Check out the list below, load up the car, and take the family on a tricked out tour of Greenville’s most Halloween-themed streets and neighborhoods.
💀 Most hair-raising homes:
400 Crescent Ave. | Right across the street from the 12-foot skelly, this house features some ghosts that know how to social distance.
329 West Prentiss Ave. | This house hosts a ghoulish graveyard complete with creepy spiders + a phantom bride.
4 Moultrie St. | This house has it all – it truly looks like a Halloween attraction.
👻 Festive and funny front yards:
301 E. Hillcrest Dr. | This house looks like it’s suffering from a spooky break-in, with skeletons climbing all over the side of the house headed for…what? We don’t know. 👀
100 W. Earle St. | Earle Street is known each year for being a street full of festive houses. This Earle Street house features a yard full of inflatable decorations – from spooky to silly.
111 Brockman Ave. | You’ll find spiders, witches, and a gigantic pumpkin at this haunted house, and there are several other houses on this street worth checking out.
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