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Moore is located south of Spartanburg on U.S. Route 221 and is one mile west of Interstate 26.
One commonly visited historical site in the area is the Walnut Grove Plantation located 3.7 miles from Moore. Moore is also home to 2 historical houses. They are not classified as historical landmarks, however, they could be. 1105 Center point drive is the oldest house in town. Built in 1825, it is a 2 story craftsman style home. It is currently owned and lived in by the Mathis family. Built in 1875, 1113 Center point drive, is also a 2 story craftsman style home. It is currently owned but not resided in.
Moore is famous for its Niven's Apple Farm, one of the largest producers and sellers of apples in Spartanburg County. Corn is also a relevant product. Cattle are the main livestock.
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