2010 Luckadoo Road Fort Mill, SC 29715
Come Home To One Of The Last Few Quiet Spots In Fort Mill; Yet Still Accessible, Moments from 21, 160, & 460. Featuring An Expanded Master Bedroom & Bathroom, With 3 Additional Bedrooms, Study, & Open Concept Kitchen, Dining, & Living Room. Sitting On 1.26 Acres, The Home Features A Fenced Backyard Space, 1 Car Garage W/ Workshop/Storage & Ample Room To Roam W/ 2 Pear & 2 Apple Trees. Enjoy Nature In Your Own Front Yard As Deer Frequently Come Up For Persimmons. Property Backs To 21 Aces Of Land That Will Not Be Developed. Book Your Buyers Tour Now, This Will Not Last.
Community - Fort Mill
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Fort Mill is a popular suburb of Charlotte located just over the state line in South Carolina. This tight-knit community has seen significant growth but still maintains its original charming character.
Fort Mill real estate perfectly combines old with new, as you will find plenty of historic homes with mature landscaping in addition to new construction homes in developing neighborhoods. Homes in Fort Mill are slightly more expensive than homes in Charlotte, as there are far fewer homes valued at less than $100,000 in Fort Mill.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Fort Mill is a fast-growing, prosperous community located just over the state line from Charlotte, along the bustling I-77 corridor. Boasting a highly ranked school district, safe neighborhoods and varied recreational opportunities, Fort Mill is a popular option for those who work in Charlotte but wish to reside in a smaller town. The town’s appeal has not gone unnoticed, as it has received plenty of accolades over the years, including being listed among 20 South Carolina Cities on the Rise in 2014 by NerdWallet, which also named it among the 10 Best South Carolina Cities for Home Ownership. Additionally, Fort Mill was named The Best Place to Raise Kids in South Carolina by Business Week in 2013. Fort Mill has seen significant growth over time, and now has a population of about 15,000.
Activity in Fort Mill centers on its historic downtown district, lined with charming shops, eateries and other local businesses. The Fort Mill Community Playhouse is the town’s community theater that presents several productions throughout the year. Residents and visitors may learn about area history at the Fort Mill History Museum, preserving local heritage with exhibits dating back to the 1600s. Carowinds, one of the most popular theme parks in the region, straddles the state line and occupies land shared by Charlotte and Fort Mill. Anne Springs Close Greenway is a 2,100-acre nature preserve in Fort Mill with space for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, kayaking, and more.
The community comes together with several events throughout the year, including the South Carolina Strawberry Festival, a two-day festival with live music, a car show, kids’ activities, a pageant, and lots of strawberries. While several residents commute to Charlotte for work, Fort Mill is home to several headquarters, including Continental Tire, Domtar, Springs Global, Carolina Crown Drum & Bugle.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Fort Mill has 16 schools in the Fort Mill School District - York County #4, and there are four private schools located in Fort Mill. Residents may access a number of higher learning options in nearby Rock Hill, including Clinton College, Winthrop University, and York Technical College. Otherwise, there are a number of colleges and universities in Charlotte, including Johnson & Wales University, Queens University, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
The first known inhabitants of the area of Fort Mill were the Catawba Indians. Starting in the mid-1600s, both the Native American Catawba and Europeans used Nations Ford Road to travel between Pennsylvania and Charleston. During the mid-1700s, Thomas and Elizabeth Spratt settled a large tract of land, thus becoming the first white residents in this area.
By the 1760s, a small Scots-Irish settlement had developed, and in the 19th century, textile mills attracted workers to the area. The textile mills eventually shut down, but the area continued to grow, and eventually became a prominent suburb of Charlotte.
The Fort Mill Historic District, in addition to several of its buildings, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These structures have been meticulously preserved in order to honor the past and create a charming downtown atmosphere.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 18.5 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 20 Miles
Piedmont Medical Center: 8 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center Pineville: 10 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 18.5 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 19.5 Miles
US-21: 1 Mile
I-77: 2 Miles
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