Antebellum plantations with tall, white columns sit on the outskirts of a small village, where charming stores and elegant homes line the town square. You may think you’ve stepped back in time. And in a way, you have. Welcome to Pendleton, South Carolina, a historic town located in Anderson County.
Founded in 1790, the entire town of Pendleton is on the National Historic Registry. Its 6,300 acres features such places as Timms Mill, built in 1784 and the Guardhouse on the village green built in 1860. Ashtabula is a plantation house built in 1790, and Woodburn is an antebellum mansion dating to the early 1800s.
Downtown Pendleton features gift stores, antique shops, art galleries, and restaurants. The town hosts many festivals, including the Spring Jubilee with 90 artists and entertainers.
Pendleton is a beautiful slice of Southern history just four miles from Clemson University. Rent your next apartment here and be a part of it.