With a down-home feel that is warm and welcoming, Greenville is emerging as a popular location for families. From affordable real estate and opportunities to invest to welcoming communities and charming neighborhoods, there’s a lot of opportunity.
From rural areas to urban settings, there are plenty of housing options in the Pitt County area. Plus, residents get a lot of bang for their buck when it comes to housing. The median sold home price is $177,000. The Greenville area features a progressive and dynamic real estate market with a diverse portfolio of homes including apartment-style living, townhomes, condos, and single-family homes.
Greenville is one of ten municipalities located in Pitt County, North Carolina along with Ayden, Bethel, Falkland, Farmville, Fountain, Grifton, Grimesland, Simpson, and Winterville. Nationally celebrated, Pitt County was honored as an “All-America County” in 2020 by the National Civic League.
The cost of living in the Greenville is well below the North Carolina average and the national index. As per the Cost of Living Index for 2019, the cost of living for Greenville is 87.6 percent which is 12.4 percent below the national average. Residents can expect to see lower property tax rates and grocery bills.
When it comes to K-12 education options, there are diverse public and private school offerings. There are dozens of schools in the Pitt County public-school system. This includes one primary school, 11 elementary schools, one intermediate school, six K-8 schools, seven middle schools, five high schools, one early college high school, and one public charter school. In addition, there are seven nearby private school options.