The city of Boiling Springs is named after a famous geyser that once drew visitors from all over the region but has been dormant since the 1930s. Boiling Springs has seen a lot of growth over the past decade and the population is now just over eight thousand. Located in northern Spartanburg county Boiling Springs historically remained as an agricultural community when many other southern towns turned to textile mills for economic growth.
It's an ideal town if you want to be out of the city and yet have many amenities available. You'll find necessities such as shopping, restaurants, doctor's offices, and a library. Located near the intersection of Interstates 85 and 26 you'll find that a home in Boiling Springs enables you to quickly commute to Spartanburg but working in Greenville, Asheville, and Columbia is possible as well. Just don't confuse it with the North Carolina town of Boiling Springs located only around 30 miles away.
Boiling Springs got its name because of small spring in its heart, it was said that the water would be lile Boiling and would shoot water in the air.
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