Heritage Historic District
Heritage Historic District is near the West Park area and close to Downtown Greenville, meaning residents are able to walk to Main Street. The neighborhood was established in 1909. Homes are Craftsman and unique in style. For a long time, it has had a strong Greek community, adding to its charm and diversity. The nearby St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral is the source of the cultural history of the area.
Home styles are predominantly bungalow-style homes. There is a diversity of residents - renters and homeowners - couples, to young families, to retirees. There is a strong Neighborhood Association. Residents are passionate about their neighborhood. They will arrange garden tours, Christmas parties, and many social events.
Residents enjoy the sidewalks for leisurely strolls along tree-lined, mature streets.
Many homes have undergone renovation to return them to their historic roots, for example beautiful 'shingle bungalows' from 1905-1915 that is not common in Greenville. Homes are smaller than in neighboring areas, such as East Park Avenue, with house prices averaging low-mid $200's.
Heritage Historic District Properties
- Augusta Road
- Colonel Elias Earle Historic District
- Downtown Greenville
- East Park Avenue Historic District
- Forrester Heights
- Hampton-Pinckney Historic District
- Heritage Historic District
- Holly Trace
- Holly Tree
- Main Street, Downtown Greenville
- McDaniel Avenue (Cleveland Street / Cleveland Park)
- Neely Farm
- North Main
- Overbrook Historic District
- Pettigru Historic District
- River Walk
- West End Historic District