Cultural Treasure Trove at the Foot of the Mountains
The Foothills of Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina sits on 68 beautifully landscaped acres adjacent to friendly Easley, SC. Clemson University, with a variety of cultural and artistic offerings, is just thirty minutes away from our community.
Residents of Foothills enjoy convenient access to the very best of the Easley area.
- The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts
- South Carolina Botanical Gardens
- The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
True baseball enthusiasts will not want to miss the Big League World Series, a nine-game tournament for young star athletes hosted each year by the city of Easley.
Shopping Is a Breeze
Great shopping is close at hand for residents of PCSC Foothills. Spend an afternoon at Kohl’s or Marshalls for fine housewares and clothing. Bargain hunters can stroll the aisles at the Wal-Mart Supercenter or Burkes Outlet. Nothing tops off an outing like a handmade double dip cone at Bruster’s Real Ice Cream. The Easley Farmers Market is the place for fresh pickings and fun.
The Foothills Community is named for its relation to the magnificent Blue Ridge Mountains. A day trip to Keowee-Toxaway State Park will reward visitors with stellar views of the famed mountain range and the Jocassee Gorges. Close to home, duffers and pros alike can choose from top-notch golf courses.
At PCSC Foothills, residents can fill every minute of their day, or clear the schedule, as they desire. To learn more about a full and engaging life at the Foothills, contact our offices today.
Close to the City of Greenville
Twenty minutes to the east is the city Greenville; offering great shopping, arts and entertainment, fine dining and outdoor recreation.
Residents can enjoy going to see Off-Broadway shows and concerts at the renowned Peace Center in downtown Greenville, root on the Greenville Drive baseball team in the newly renovated Fluor Baseball Stadium downtown, and nearby Furman University for summer outdoor concerts. Or enjoy a taste of history at attractions such as the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum. Atlanta, Georgia, and Charlotte, North Carolina are both just a two-hour drive away.