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Located in York County, South Carolina, Fort Mill (also known as Fort Mill Township) is a suburb of Charlotte. It is only 23 minutes from Uptown Charlotte and has a population of approximately 36,100 residents. Fort Mill is home to several corporate headquarters such as LPL Financial, Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps, Domtar, Continental Tire the Americas, LLC, Spring Industries, Mood Media, AECOM, Spring Industries, Red Ventures, Shutterfly, and Daimler Trucks North America. In 1873, the Town of Fort Mill was formed at a point between a British fort and Webb’s Mill. The location of the town between these two locations derives its name. Long before European settlers moved to the area, the Catawba Native Americans hunted, farmed, and fished in the area of modern-day Fort Hill. It was in the 1750s and 1760s when the first Scotch-Irish settlers started arriving, forming a small settlement. The establishment of textile mills boosted the town’s growth in the 19th century. Even after most of the textile mills had closed, Fort Mill rapidly grew as it transformed itself into a vital bedroom community of Charlotte. Fort Mill has thirteen places listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

In addition to the area's long, rich history, the Charlotte metropolitan area has many perks, which is not surprising since it is the twenty-second largest metro area in the United States. The region is comprised of a sixteen-county market area featuring a large number of attractions that make this a lovely place to settle down. Only minutes from Fort Mill you can find several professional sports franchises such as the Carolina Panthers (NFL), the Charlotte Hornets (NBA), Charlotte Checkers (NHL), as well as the hosting location of two NASCAR Cup Series races, the NASCAR All-Star Race, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and the Wells Fargo Championship. Furthermore, the region has many natural spaces such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is part of the Appalachian Mountain chain and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Being that the Great Smoky Mountains is one of America’s most visited tourist destinations, you’re sure to find a vast array of exciting, family-friendly activities from which to choose. It features two main visitors centers, Oconaluftee Visitor Center near Cherokee, North Carolina, and Sugarlands Visitors' Center near the Gatlinburg entrance. The National Park is a hiking wonderland, offering 850 miles of trails of various altitudes and difficulties. It’s also open for camping, fishing, mountain climbing, paragliding, cave exploration, and much more. You'll also find Fort Mill to have conveniently located shopping and dining options which add to the allure for prospective homebuyers.

Fort Mill is one of the most sought-after places to own property in the Charlotte, North Carolina, metro area. You can find a great selection of single-family homes for sale in Fort Mill built by Linnane Homes, OZ Custom Built Homes, Whelan, and Harland Homes. These Fort Mill properties have a long list of fabulous amenities such as covered porches, chef’s kitchens, oversized bedrooms, hand-scraped hickory floors, French glass doors, and much more. Additionally, Fort Mill also has several land listings if you’re interested in constructing a home using one of Charlotte’s many builders. Real estate for sale in the Charlotte area sells fast, so if you would like to learn more about homes for sale in Fort Mill, North Carolina, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.

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