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Try This: Explore Longview Carolina

The 360-degree views from this newly-launched gated community + numerous amenities make it the perfect place to call home.

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Hello, mountains.

Photo by Roy Costner IV with Take Part, LLC

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Nestled in the heart of the SC foothills, Longview Carolina isn’t just a name — it’s a philosophy. This agrihood community (read: residential neighborhood centered around community farming) promises a “long view” in design, lifestyle, and sustainable living.

Located halfway between Clemson and Greenville (and just a stone’s throw from Easley), Longview Carolina is more than just picturesque views — it’s about cultivating a life close to nature. With community gardens, fresh eggs, hiking and biking trails, a community pool, and pickle ball courts, residents get a taste of sustainable living with all the amenities of modern life.

What we tried:

We started with a scenic golf cart ride through the property. While cruising around with the proverbial top down, we visited several of the property’s spacious lots, saw the future home of some soon-to-be very happy chickens, and enjoyed a family-style picnic near the top of the mountain.

What not to miss:

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Views for days. | Photo by Roy Costner IV with Take Part, LLC.

If you don’t drive to the tippy top of the mountain, did you even go? You won’t want to leave Longview Carolina without parking your car, getting a whiff of incredibly fresh air, and taking in the views. Bonus points if you can spot your house from up there.

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Peek a boo featuring this poplar tree. | Photo by GVLtoday

What we’re still talking about:

If you dream of seeing green, Longview is the place for you. There’s a variety of available lots has ample foliage (perfect for shade, a tire swing, or a tree house) while some have open meadows great for sun bathing or picnics.

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A glimpse at agrihood living. | Photo by Roy Costner IV with Take Part, LLC.

How you can experience this:

Want to see Longview for yourself? You can schedule a private tour on the website. And if you love what you see, you might just go ahead and put a reservation on a lot.

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Alexa, play “Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls.” | Photo by Roy Costner IV with Take Part, LLC.

Things to know if you go: