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Duncan Real Estate Info
The Duncan real estate market consists predominantly of detached single-family homes, of virtually every size, age, and price range.
With nearly half of the town's population commuting to work each day, Duncan serves as a very successful bedroom community for businesses and manufacturing plants across Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
Along the higher end of the price scale, you'll find beautiful and spacious estate homes with the finest of details and amenities within. You'll also find many new construction homes in sought after gated communities. These estate homes, most of which are listed for less than a million dollars, are cheaper than other communities. The ability to own a five bedroom country house for only $600,000 is a realistic dream here.
On the lower end of the price range, you'll find charming bungalows and plots of land on which to build your dream home from the ground up. There are even three bedroom, single family detached homes for sale in Duncan for less than $200,000 asking price.
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Duncan has a population of 3,473 with a median household income of $45,036. The town has a median rent price of $834, and the crime rate is B minus. Residents are diverse, and there is a good employment rate.
The Duncan area is one of the most livable communities in South Carolina. It is a good choice for families, retirees, and workers who want to be close to the nearby Pee Dee region with its economic opportunities. As of this writing, the median home value is $121,600, and the median rent is $834.
Things to Do in Duncan
As a small town with a population of about 3,000, Duncan is often considered to be very family-oriented. Some of the top attractions include Shipwreck Cove, a pirate-themed water park that’s a great place to spend a hot Southern summer day! Restaurants in Duncan include Paisanos, an Italian restaurant and pizza place, as well as other eateries serving Mexican, BBQ and classic Southern cuisine.
You’ll find many services and businesses tailored to meet the needs of students, young families, and retirees alike. The cost of living remains low, while housing costs are very affordable in relation to other nearby towns.
Duncan's Unique Origins
Duncan, South Carolina's origins go back to 1811 when a post office was established on the present townsite on Highway 290. But the coming of the railroad after the Civil War was the real impetus for the founding of the town, with its charter being granted in 1889. Today this growing community of more than 3,400 is a vibrant part of the Spartanburg County economic mix.
The Town of Duncan owes much of its existence to landowner Leroy Duncan who moved to the area in the years immediately following the Civil War. Someone who was fond of the limelight, Duncan offered to provide land for a community under the condition the town be named after him (from its original name of New Hope). His wish was officially granted in 1881.
Schools in Duncan
Duncan has a storied history here in the Greenville area, and today it’s an amazing place to raise a family.
Zoned for Spartanburg District 5, Duncan has one of the highest concentrations of top rated public schools in South Carolina, many of which have higher than average proficiency tests for the students here. James Byrnes Freshman Academy, Abner Creek Academy, and Berry Shoals Intermediate are just a few of the highest ranked schools in the area, and there are plenty of other options as well.
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