Live Where You Work & Play! 5 Hot Spots Just Steps Away from Burdette Street Cottage

5 Hot Spots Just Steps Away from Burdette Street Cottage | Parker Group

Located in West Greenville’s renowned arts district, the Burdette Street Cottages are a beautiful place to live. This walkable neighborhood boasts more than 30 different restaurants, galleries, and shops and is less than a mile from Main Street. Check out a sampling of some local area spots below!

Artbomb Studios

Art enthusiasts rave about this unique gallery, Artbomb Studios, which features individual studios for more than a dozen local artists on different levels of the building. Here, you’ll find a variety of art styles and mediums.

Village Wrench

Many area residents commute primarily by bicycle around the city, and Village Wrench is a great place to go for bike repairs and general bike education. Village Wrench is a non-profit organization that looks to serve and create leaders from under-resourced communities through bike repair. They also offer community bike-building classes and other special events throughout the year.

Greenville is full of great places to ride your bike. After repairing your bike at Village Wrench, be sure to ride the Swamp Rabbit trail, located very close to the Burdette Street Cottages. The City Park expansion project is also near the cottages!

Knack Studio

Fill your space with creative, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces from Knack Studio. Owner Barb Blair specializes in giving new life to old furniture pieces. Today, her shop carries everything from kitchen wares and napkins to furniture for any space.

Art and Light Gallery

A similar concept to Artbomb Studios, the Art and Light Gallery features work from about a dozen local artists and has been entertaining the community with trunk shows, gallery openings, and more since 2007.

Greenville Center for Creative Arts

For those who are interested in getting involved in creating their own art, the Greenville Center for Creative Arts offers everything from sampler classes and workshops to full 6-week courses. There are also 16 studio artists who work on the second floor of the building, with open houses and meet-and-greets held monthly. The GCCA also hosts anywhere from six to eight exhibitions each year.

From art and furniture to bike workshops and everything in between (like great food options), these spots are just steps away from Burdette Street Cottages. Currently, just four homes remain. If you are interested in exploring new construction homes in Downtown Greenville, contact Parker Group to learn more.


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