Founded in 1820, Mauldin is named after South Carolina's Lieutenant Governor W. L. Mauldin who helped to build the local train station. In 1960, the region was incorporated into a town. According to the 2010 U. S. Census the population of Mauldin was 15,224. The town consists of five neighborhoods: Bethel Road/Route 14, Ashmore Bridge Road/ Ranch Road, City Center, Lake Taro and Miller Road/Hamby Drive. Bethel Road/Route 14 and Ashmore Bridge Road/ Ranch Road are both particularly family friendly areas. The public schools are good and Mauldin is part of the Greenville County School District. There are also plenty of activities for children. Approximately 3,500 kids and seniors participate in programs at the Mauldin Recreation Center.
Mauldin, South Carolina, is located in the northwestern corner of the state roughly 8 miles southeast of Greenville, South Carolina, and 90 miles southwest of Charlotte, North Carolina. It is a small town and has a total area of 8.6 square miles. The real estate options are mainly small to medium sized single family homes having anywhere from two to four bedrooms. There are also townhomes available. A fair number of residences in Mauldin were built between 1970 and 1999. There are also newer ones constructed after 2000.SHOW MORE