Ballantyne Homes

Charlotte’s upscale, affluent and popular Ballantyne area, is a master planned community that allows residents to live, work, and play without leaving the area. In the past 25 years, Ballantyne experienced meteoric growth, covering 2,000 acres in south Charlotte and centering around the 4.5-million square foot Ballantyne Corporate Park. Ballantyne is located along the southern-most border of Charlotte next to the North and South Carolina border. It’s often been referred to as a “city within a city” and can be described as a suburban area of Charlotte with an urban vibe. Ballantyne neighborhoods have been ranked by as the #6 and #7 best places to raise a family in the Charlotte metro area.

Ballantyne Schools

Ballantyne is home to multiple elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Schools in this area are known for their high quality, academic excellence, and diverse range of extracurricular activities. Currently a new Ballantyne area high school and a new Ballantyne area middle school are under construction.

Elementary schools in the area are Hawk Ridge Elementary SchoolElon Park Elementary SchoolBallantyne Elementary SchoolPolo Ridge Elementary SchoolMcAlpine Elementary School, and Endhaven Elementary School.

Middle schools in the area are Community House Middle School and Jay M. Robinson Middle School. The local high school is Ardrey Kell High School.

Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte’s Ballantyne area is ranked the #2 high school out of the top 20 Charlotte region high schools by The school received an A+ for its overall grade as well as for academics and college prep and was ranked 352 out of the 20,032 best public high schools in America, putting it in the top 2% of high schools nationwide. also ranked Ardrey Kell High School #8 out of 532 public high schools in North Carolina for best college prep and #10 in state ranking out of 597 high schools surveyed.

Ballantyne residents have convenient access to Charlotte institutions of higher learning that include Queens University, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Wake Forest University School of Business, Central Piedmont Community College, and ITT Technical Institute.

Recreation & Parks in Ballantyne

Ballantyne is dotted with parks and beautiful recreation areas. The Ballantyne District Park is a popular destination for all ages with its four lighted ball fields, soccer field, and picnic area. There are also many beautiful parks and public spaces located in and near Ballantyne Corporate Park like Crawford Pond, Cullman Park, Hawkins Pond, Dalton Green, Kid Pond, and Knotts Green. Many residents enjoy ramping up their fitness level at Fit Trail which is popular with walkers, joggers, and cyclists.

Ballantyne Area Country Clubs

Luxurious golf course communities abound in Ballantyne. Excellent country clubs in the Ballantyne area include:

Additional Golf Communities within Minutes of Ballantyne

Ballantyne Weather

Ballantyne, like the rest of Charlotte, enjoys a humid sub-tropical climate that’s characterized by four distinct seasons. Summers can be hot and steamy with an average high of 89 degrees. The average low in January, typically the coldest month of the winter season, is 31 degrees. With more than 215 days of sunshine each year and 44 inches of annual rainfall, Ballantyne is beloved for its pleasant climate and lovely scenery.

Ballantyne Amenities

Ballantyne provides easy access to the Ballantyne Corporate Park, South Park, I-485, Matthews, Fort Mill, Charlotte-Douglas Airport, Indian Land (SC).

Ballantyne has all the shopping you could want, including two outdoor shopping centers (Blakeney and Stonecrest) which feature grocery shopping, high-end boutiques, spas, casual and fine dining restaurants, movie theatres, and more.

Carolina Place Mall and Atrium Hospital/Pineville are less than five miles away. Ballantyne Village and the world-class Ballantyne Hotel are also accessible within minutes. All the major medical practices in Charlotte maintain offices in Ballantyne. Also nearby are Trader Joe’s, Ballantyne Country Club, Piper Glen Club, and horseback riding facilities in neighboring Waxhaw.

Ballantyne Real Estate

The 28277 zip code, which includes Ballantyne, has consistently been one of the moved “moved-to” zip codes, not just in Charlotte area, but in the nation. Recent population statistics show that the 28277 area is home to approximately 71,321 residents. The growth in this zip code area is 50% faster than Charlotte’s metro area as a whole. With 71,321 people, 28277 is the 5th most populated zip code in the state of North Carolina out of 834 zip codes

Ballantyne features a diverse array of housing options. This affluent neighborhood is renowned for its luxury homes. Many of the neighborhood’s homes are located on large, beautifully landscaped lots. However, there are also plenty of town home and condo communities to choose from, as well as more modestly priced homes.

The Right Broker Can Make All The Difference In Ballantyne…

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give Nina Hollander a call today at 704-779-0813 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale in the Ballantyne area. She’s been opening doors for Ballantyne area home buyers and sellers for 20+ years and is also a resident of Ballantyne since 2001. Find out why Nina is the Broker who can make all the difference in Ballantyne. You’ll be glad you did!