Why Chose Greenville?

State of North Carolina

Living in North Carolina puts you in prime adventure territory. Residents here enjoy 300 miles of pristine beaches and some of the country’s most beautiful old-growth hardwood forests and mountain tops. AshevilleGreensboro and Raleigh are among the best places to live in North Carolina, a state experiencing continual economic growth. Home to Pinehurst, one of the country’s most beloved golf courses, Seagrove, the handmade-pottery capital of the U.S., and Biltmore, America’s largest home, North Carolina has a strong tourism industry.

City of Greenville, NC

Located in the north-central coastal plain region of eastern North Carolina, Greenville-Pitt County is the commercial, cultural, educational and medical hub of the region. Home to East Carolina University, the third-largest university in the state, the area offers a host of amenities and plenty of Southern charm that lure newcomers and visitors alike.

 

Why Chose Greenville?

Location is very important when you’re buying a house.

Being a great place to live and being a great place to work often go hand-in-hand. Here’s what the business and employment climate is like in Greenville.

Major Industries in Greenville, North Carolina
Employment in Greenville, North Carolina

 

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Seller Says…

“Greenville is home to East Carolina University. It is a bustling college town and is easy to navigate. The townhouse is located conveniently to East Carolina University as well as Pitt Community College. Easy driving distance to all College athletic venues. It is located near ECU and PCC but in a quite area.

The area is quiet and there are lots of sidewalks for you to exercise. There is a neighborhood pool where you can get to know your neighbors. The community is a nice size but not over crowded.

There is a wide variety of fast food and restaurants within a 5 minute drive. It was easy to stop by Zaxby’s, Arby’s, Bojangles, McDonalds, Wendy’s, Hardee’s, Burger King, Little Caesars, Sonic, Jersey Mike’s, Great Wall Chinese and many more. There are also some local bars; Tie Breakers Sports Bar and AJ McMurphy’s Irish Pub. Basil’s and Wasabi 88 are right down the road.

There are several grocery stores in close proximity for convenient shopping. Harris Teeter is right up the street and a Food Lion is in the next shopping center. There is a gym located in the same shopping area as the Harris Teeter. There are a couple pharmacy stores like CVS and Walgreens. There is a Mall less than 10 minutes’ drive where you can do your shopping and enjoy restaurants as well as an AMF Bowling. There are several different banks near the house.

The property was bought for my daughters who were attending ECU at the time. The location was perfect for getting down to the campus and still in a quiet enough area. It is near the Bellamy Apartments so if you have friends staying there it is easy to walk over.

The townhouse is located near ECU and PCC campus. It is near Wintergreen Elementary School and Keene Park, a Pitt County run park and recreation center. Vidant medical and Physicians East are all conveniently located.

While living there my daughters enjoyed going to ECU games and eating out with friends. Keene Park is right down the road from the house and has a great area to exercise and get together with friends and be outdoors.

Utilities averaged $150 per month. This included electricity, water, sewer, and trash disposal from Greenville Utilities. Basic cable is included in the HOA dues but internet was provided by Suddenlink.”

Modern, mint-condition townhome available for sale in popular Kittrell Farms! Stainless steel appliances, tile flooring, washer & dryer INCLUDED! Convenient to East Carolina University, Bells Fork area, and Firetower Rd. Cutest townhome community in Greenville! Call for a private showing!

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