Charlotte's Hot Areas
Small town charm, with growth and economic stability, remains one of the best predominantly residential areas of the Charlotte region. The Town Center, the only commercial area found in the entire 11,000 plus acres, is located at the intersection of NC highway 16 and NC highway 84, to the south of Charlotte. Make a stop at the Weddington Town Hall located in a locally designated historic home built in 1894.
A charming, historic town in a convenient location just minutes from South Charlotte and close to the South Carolina border. The town boasts fine food, antique shops, and quaint specialty shops in addition to local artists and potters. Take a photo by the famous water tower!
The hamlet of Marvin is a very attractive area with equestrian properties, a town park, highly rated schools, and a fantastic location close to South Charlotte and a variety of conveniences.
Indian Land, SC
A fast growing community in the northern section of Lancaster County, just minutes to Ballantyne to the North, Waxhaw to the East, and Fort Mill to the West. Indian Land High School has recently been recognized by the state as a “Red Carpet School”.
Fort Mill, SC
One of the fastest growing communities in Northern South Carolina, borders Charlotte on the North and Rock Hill on the South. You will find a variety of parks, restaurants, shops, golf courses, and award winning schools which contribute to its high quality of life. Drive by the peach orchards or pick strawberries when in season.