Founded in 1880, Landrum is located just west of Interstate 26 between Spartanburg and Asheville, North Carolina. Settlers from Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Maryland settled nearby in 1760 and Landrum was founded after the railroad was extended northward. Today it has a population of 2,459 and is very prosperous due to its location of being nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, which Landrum's residents and visitors enjoy through scenic drives along winding roads, a variety of antique and specialty shops, and some tasty local restaurants as well.
Landrum is 30 minutes away from Spartanburg, 45 away from Greenville, and just minutes from the North Carolina border. On top of that, both Lake Lanier and Lake Bowen are less than 20 minutes away for the water enthusiasts during the hot summer months.
Greenville, Spartanburg, North Carolina, and the Blue Ridge mountains are calling you to this quaint, historical town. There is something for everyone, and we are sure any one of the homes for sale will fit your needs.
Landrum is part of Spartanburg county school district 1, which is a county highly ranked against other districts in the state for numerous things such as best district to teach in, best facilities, safest district, and many others. There are numerous nationally recognized and accredited colleges and universities within 25 miles of Landrum, so that your children have plenty of secondary education opportunities.
For the work oriented, Greenville, Spartanburg, and North Carolina provide tons of opportunities for every interest.
Landrum has a little something to offer everyone, including the perfect homes for sale for you to choose from.
Deliberate planning has helped maintain the history of the downtown area and it has remained a pedestrian-oriented center with shops and parks. Though Landrum is little, you will find this southern small town has a big heart.