446 Pickens Street Rock Hill, SC 29730
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Community - Rock Hill
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Rock Hill is the fourth-largest city and the only major South Carolina city located in the Charlotte metropolitan area. This suburb of Charlotte has its own unique identity with a rich history, thriving cultural scene, plenty of outdoor activities and picturesque neighborhoods.
Rock Hill is filled with a wide variety of housing options, from new construction homes to historic properties. The large region provides a diverse real estate landscape, as some homes enjoy beautiful tree-lined neighborhoods with downtown attractions nearby, and others are situated upon acres of beautiful land on the outskirts of the city. The entire Charlotte region is a high-growth area, including Rock Hill, providing a healthy real estate market with median home prices less than the national average.
Lifestyle and Attractions
The activity of Rock Hill centers on its historic Old Town, lined with buildings hailing from the late 1800s and early 1900s. This charming and picturesque downtown is home to annual festivals, local boutiques, creative eateries, corporations and historical landmarks, including the post office that marks the beginning of Rock Hill as an official city. The community comes together with a number of annual festivals, including its signature festival, Come See Me, which draws 100,000 people to Rock Hill each spring over the span of 10 days with concerts, sports, historical tours, kids activities and more. Rock Hill’s proximity to Charlotte means residents may commute approximately 27 miles to Uptown for employment, entertainment, shopping or dining.
Rock Hill is home to Winthrop University, which contributes a college town feel to community members who can attend concerts, lectures, theater performances and athletic events on campus. Cultural, artistic and educational venues in Rock Hill include the Catawba Cultural Center, the Main Street Children’s Museum and the Museum of York County. The addition of Fountain Park in the downtown area with its amphitheater provided another venue for music and family activities. Outside the center of town, residents may enjoy outdoor activities and appreciate the area’s natural beauty at Glencairn Gardens, River Park, Rock Hill Outdoor Center, Camp Canaan and Ebenezer Park. With a short drive north of Rock Hill, they can participate in a number of water sports in the Catawba River or Lake Wylie. Rock Hill continues to grow as a sports mecca with the announcement of an indoor 100,000-square-foot sports facility to be built within the University Center/Knowledge Park complex.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Rock Hill has 27 public schools in the York County School District 3, sharing in the advances and innovations of the school system. There are 14 private schools located within 12 miles of Rock Hill, including Trinity Christian School, New Hope Carolinas and Westminster Catawba Christian School. Rock Hill hosts a handful of colleges and universities, including Clinton College, Winthrop University and York Technical College. Residents may access several nearby institutions of higher learning within the region, including Johnson & Wales University, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and more.
Indigenous peoples lived in the Piedmont for thousands of years, including the people of the Catawba Indian Nation who resided near Rock Hill when European settlers arrived in the 1830s and 1840s. When the Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Company was building a line between Charlotte and Columbia, they encountered a large pile of rocks in the way. The mount was moved and a depot was built on that site, which eventually was called Rock Hill. In 1852, a post office opened, marking the date that Rock Hill is said to have begun. The town was officially incorporated in 1870.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 27 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 28.5 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 28 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 28 Miles
I-77: 4 Miles
I-485: 18 Miles
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