Fountain Inn Is A Safe City

Dated: 02/11/2016

Views: 708

<a href='https://gsp.exprealty.com/index.php?types[]=1&types[]=2&areas[]=city:Fountain Inn&beds=0&baths=0&min=0&max=100000000&map=0&quick=1&submit=Search' title='Search Properties in Fountain Inn'>Fountain Inn</a> City Hall



Fountain Inn is flourishing. Over the last decade the 8,000 member community has been committed to enlivening downtown Fountain Inn by restoring some of its most historic buildings and adding a touch of new construction. Today, the downtown corridor offers an array of dining, small businesses and enhanced cultural opportunities.

Fountain Inn’s Depot Street Project is one of its most impressive. A Historical Center houses the Fountain Inn Chamber of Commerce and doubles as the city`s artifact hub. History buffs beware, you’ll lose track of time exploring the regions fascinating past. When you’re craving local flavor take a spin by the farmers’ market to enjoy regionally grown produce, fresh flowers and the very best crafts.

Complete you tour of downtown with a visit to Fountain Inn Center for Visual and Performing Arts. Once serving as the town’s high school, the historic building now sports a 300 seat venue that hosts a variety of performers. If you want to explore your theatrical flair, you won’t have to go far. The Center is also home to the Fountain Inn Repertory Experience, a resident theatre company and the Fountain Inn Arts Academy where youth enjoy classes on photography, private voice lesions, and the chance to get on stage. Fountain Inn is safe, but it’s also dedicated to creating a well rounded community where every member of your family will find their niche.

Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 4.49 
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 20.84

http://www.safewise.com/blog/40-safest-cities-south-carolina/

I have lived in Fountain Inn since 1995, so feel free to contact me for more information about all that Fountain Inn has to offer.

Blog author image

Marianne Princetta

I'm a baby boomer who grew up during the 1950s in The Bronx, NY. In the mid 1960s my family relocated to Monmouth County, NJ where I graduated from high school and attended what is now known as Monmo....

Latest Blog Posts

To Telemarket or NOT to Telemarket. . .

“In some sort of crude sense which no vulgarity, no humor, no overstatement can quite extinguish, the physicists have known sin; and this is a knowledge which they cannot lose.” -

Read More

October Newsletter

https://dtzulyujzhqiu.cloudfront.net/expcorporate377/images/1538593787

Read More

How to Help your Realtor!

Selling your home as an huge money-making opportunity. What is your current hourly wage at your job? If it's somewhere between $20 and $40 an hour. Selling your home will give you the opportunity to

Read More