Ballantyne Homes for Sale in Charlotte

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Ballantyne Neighborhood Information

When Charlotte started its tremendous growth some 30 years ago, it headed south first and hasn’t stopped since. A few Home in Ballantynemain arteries can take you directly from Uptown to south Charlotte, including South Boulevard, Park Road, Providence Road, Monroe Road and Independence Boulevard. Likewise, you can travel across the southern crescent between Pineville and Matthews on the aptly named Pineville-Matthews Road (N.C. 51) or via the new I-485 outer belt.

When you mention south Charlotte to anyone in town, two words will likely roll off their tongues – SouthPark and Ballantyne. These are the two major destinations for living, shopping and working on the south side of town.

Ballantyne is a newer community south of I-485 on what used to be the Morrison hunting preserve. The 2,000-acre development is practically a town unto itself. Within its borders are a 535-acre corporate park, which includes office buildings, a resort hotel, an 18-hole daily-fee golf course and the Dana Rader School of Golf. The golf course has been recognized as one of the best in the state and Dana Rader’s school as one of the 25 best in the country.

The Ballantyne Country Club

Ballantyne Country Club includes custom homes ranging from the $500s to more than $1 million, as well as a private 18-hole golf course. Ballantyne also offers several apartment communities and a variety of new-home communities in nearly every price range.

 

 

Ammenities

Ballantyne Village, a pedestrian-friendly mixed-use development in the heart of Ballantyne, offers upscale retail and restaurants in addition to luxury condominiums.

Ballantyne’s town center features shops, restaurants and a YMCA.  In 2006, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools opened the new Ardrey Kell High School to serve the growing Ballantyne area.

We invite you to contact our Talk Charlotte Real Estate Team to learn more about the community and schedule showings for homes for sale in Ballantyne: 888-297-6100