Nestled between the town of Fort Mill and the upscale neighborhood of Ballantyne, Pineville, North Carolina is best described as the “biggest small town” in the area. From the convenient location that is ideal for Charlotte commuters to the expansive and vibrant downtown area, Pineville is a town that mixes historic neighborhoods with newer homes. This is a community that is full of Southern Charm, so once you come to visit, you will quickly see why it is so easy for newcomers to call Pineville home!
Located within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District, the educational system in Pineville is top-notch. Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools were awarded the 2011 Broad Prize for Urban Education, which is the country’s largest education award for school districts. One of the biggest goals of the district is to bridge the achievement gap amongst students, and they have successfully done so by producing SAT scores in the top percentile and providing an International Baccalaureate Program in five of their high schools. They consistently set a national standard for achievement and exceed the average test scores for the rest of the state.
Conveniently located near a light rail that travels into Uptown Charlotte and 7th Street, you can enjoy the small town charm of Pineville and the vibrant lifestyle in Charlotte whenever you’d like. If you’d rather stay local, you can enjoy several smaller pleasures at any time. If shopping is your passion, you can peruse over six million square feet of retail space. From the local shops in the historic district to the stores in Carolina Place Mall, you can find a variety of shops to enjoy. Lake Park movie nights and live concerts simply add to our area’s small-town charm. The medical facilities are state-of-the-art as well, so you can get quality health care any time you need to.
If there is one word that I could use to describe Pineville, it would be “charming.” Our small-town style with big city amenities makes this the ideal place to call home.