Treasure Hunting and Shopping in Greenville South Carolina

Shopping Greenville South Carolina

The treasures await a shopping adventure in Greenville, South Carolina. Antique stores, art galleries, consignment shops and thrift stores loaded with great discoveries surround the friendly Lake Keowee neighborhoods. The town’s lush history and gorgeous backdrop at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains is why Greenville is voted one of the best places to live in Western South Carolina.

A day treasure hunting is a day well spent at Main Street’s Mast General Store. This old-fashioned store features everything a general store should have, and then some. Artisan mugs, hiking accessories, and delicious food are only a few of the items Greenville, South Carolina’s famous general store has hidden on its shelves. 

Around the corner from friendly Lake Keowee neighborhoods, Lewis Plaza boasts a collection of antique boutiques rich of cultural artifacts and locally crafted items. Swing by Antiques on Augusta, or head over to the Buncombe Antique Mall for everything from antique furniture to old china collectibles. Other local stores include Southern Estates and Greystone Antiques where visitors often find a treasure or two hidden among artifacts from around the world. 

Shopping in Greenville South Carolina includes a visit to the prestigious art galleries. Art Crossing at River Place is the largest gallery; showcasing over twenty world class artists in its retro studios that were redesigned and converted from parking garages. Just down the street is the Christopher Park Gallery known for its folk art and unique jewelry. The authentic Southern art collection includes beautiful decorative pieces and jewelry crafted from recycled materials. Other galleries include the Thompson Gallery, T L Norris Gallery, Upstate Visual Arts, Inc., and Gallery Seventeen which feature traditional works from local and world artists. 

After a morning of discoveries in one of the best places to live in Western South Carolina, grab a bite to eat in the heart of Greenville’s arts scene. A mid afternoon stroll along the Reedy River Greenway leads from the banks of the river, and from the falls, to Church Street, where a plethora a cafes await your arrival. Ford’s Oyster House and Cajun Kitchen offers an unforgettable New Orleans inspired menu in a classic pub atmosphere. 

For the ultimate reuben, Mary’s at Falls Cottage has all the ingredients to make your taste buds jump for joy. This mom and pop style restaurant serves authentic Southern food in a classic country atmosphere. Downtown Greenville’s Coffee Underground also has a mouthwatering brunch menu with its collection of Seattle-style coffees and Unique Eggs Benedict's

A perfect way to end a fun filled day of treasure hunting is to head back to the friendly Lake Keowee neighborhoods for an evening retreat by a cozy fire. A relaxing view overlooking Lake Keowee and the Blue Ridge Mountains is a treasure of its own among one of the best places to live in South Carolina, The Reserve at Lake Keowee. This 3,900 acre award winning gated master-planned community has a plethora of amenities within its own neighborhood. Boating, golf and much more.

Call The Reserve at Lake Keowee direct at 877.922.5253 to schedule a tour.

Shopping in Greenville South Carolina is a fun filled weekend activity when you live within a short distance from hidden treasures, delicious cuisine, and gorgeous greenways. Experience the excitement of treasure hunting in Greenville, South Carolina!

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