If a neighborhood with a country living feel is what you seek, take a look at Olde Williamsburg. It is located on the eastern side of Fort Mill off of Highway 160/Tom Hall St towards Indian Land. This side of town is very convenient to the Ballantyne area of Charlotte as well as the Highway 521 area.
What draws most people to Olde Williamsburg are the lot sizes which are close to 2 acres in many cases. It’s an established neighborhood with most homes dating back to the 70s and 80s. The neighborhood is heavily wooded and private. Most of the streets are short cul-de-sacs. It is secluded and private, but is right off of Highway 160 and shopping is just minutes away.
The closest supermarket is Food Lion on Hwy 160. Harris Teeter, Publix, and Aldi in Indian Land are also nearby. Leroy Springs Recreation Complex is only about a mile away. Here you’ll find an indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, baseball fields, and more.
There is a large range in size of homes as well as architectural styles. You’ll find a mix of ranch homes, split levels, and 2 story homes. I’d say most homes fall between 2,500 and 3,500 square feet and for sale homes are normally priced in the 200s to 300s.
Located towards the back of the community is a small lake and a few of the homes are waterfront.
There are no amenities in Olde Williamsburg and no HOA.
Olde Williamsburg residents attend Fort Mill Elementary School, Fort Mill Middle School, and Nation Ford High School.