Deciding where to call home depends on a number of factors – from proximity to jobs and education to community amenities. For more + more homeowners, sustainability is an element they’re factoring in when on the hunt for new digs. Think: Nature, homegrown food, energy-efficient construction.
Riverstead, the Upstate’s 418-acre sustainable living community, offers families and empty-nesters an authentic, resilient, sustainable way of living (not too far away from the city).
Here are a few features Riverstead offers its residents:
- 250 acres dedicated to nature conservation along the river and lower wetlands
- Community agricultural land with permanent greenhouses, grazing meadows, and beehives
- 2.5 miles of river frontage for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and swimming
- 6+ miles of multi-sport trails for hiking, mountain biking + jogging
- Farm-to-table initiatives focusing on sustainable food production + local clean water
- Harvest House, a hub where residents can pick up their farm-to-table necessities like produce, eggs, and honey
- Community spaces, like The Barn and Pavilion, to gather and learn from each other during cocktail hours, yoga classes, and lessons from expert gardeners
- Advanced building technology for green living
- These unparalleled views of Caesars Head, Table Rock, and the Blue Ridge Mountains + plenty of mountain crisp fresh air
- 30 minutes from downtown Greenville, meaning you can live in nature without being too far from your favorite restaurants + shops
If you’re looking for more wide open spaces or for a second home in the mountains, 1-5 acre homesites are currently available, starting at $82K. Explore the map of Riverstead and contact their team to take a tour of the property (they’re still welcoming visitors at a social distance with plenty of safety precautions). Ⓟ