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Duncan is a prosperous suburban neighborhood strategically located between the cities of Greenville and Spartanburg and close to the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport. Residents of the predominantly single-family homes in Duncan especially enjoy the quiet and relaxed setting this charming town has to offer.
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Duncan Real Estate Info
Duncan real estate 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. 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.
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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.
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Listing information last updated on January 23rd, 2021 at 8:01am EST.