Indian Land Homes

The community of Indian Land begins at the South Carolina state line where Charlotte’s Ballantyne community ends. Indian Land is part of Lancaster County and has outpaced the growth of Charlotte, one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, according to the U.S. Census. While Charlotte grew 43% from 2000 to 2014, the population in Indian Land, just south of Charlotte’s affluent Ballantyne neighborhood, soared 209%, more than tripling in size. The demand for Indian Land is evidenced by the fact that nearly 46% of Lancaster County’s 79,515 residents in 2014  were born outside of South Carolina. Indian Land is also quickly becoming a corporate “headquarters destination.”

Indian Land Schools

Students in Indian Land are served by four public schools in the Lancaster County School District. Those schools include Harrisburg Elementary, Indian Land Elementary, Indian Land Middle School, and Indian Land High School.

Both Indian Land High School and Indian Land Middle School have earned recognition as Red Carpet Schools, recognizing their success in creating family-friendly school environments and excellent overall service.

Harrisburg Elementary School was recognized as a National School of Character for 2017 and is ranked by as the #1 elementary public school in Lancaster County, SC. Van Wyck Elementary School opened in 2018 to serve the southern end of Indian Land and the neighboring town of Van Wyck.

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Recreation & Parks in Indian Land

The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Department offers residents of Indian Land the opportunity to participate in quality recreation and leisure activities that “enhance the mind, body, and spirit of the youthful and adult participant.” They provide youth and adult programs led by trained volunteers, as they strive to provide residents with positive opportunities for enrichment.

Providing space for these programs and leisure activities are the 80 acres of outdoor space that are in the immediate vicinity of Indian Land. In fact, Indian Land residents have access to some 23 parks and 22 golf courses within 10 miles.

Bailes Ridge Nature Trail offers residents a peaceful and natural walking trail that is on 3-acres of land. Those looking for picnic space for gatherings can visit Deputy Roy Hardin. Added benefits of this park are that it also has a separate dog park and two playgrounds.

Indian Land Recreation Center is perfect for those seeking a recreational area that includes a full-size gymnasium and basketball court. Looking for more sports locations? Try the Walnut Creek Park. Sitting on 60-acres of land, this park has fields for softball, soccer, and baseball. It also has tennis courts and a walking trail.

The Andrew Jackson State Park has 360 acres to explore and offers living history programs, interactive exhibits, nature trails, fishing lake, and picnic areas.

Golfing in the Indian Land Area

With 20+ golf courses within 10 miles of Indian Land, you’ll have options when it comes to selecting the perfect course to play.

Located in Indian Land, Carolina Lakes Golf Club is a public course that is suitable for all skill levels. This is a par 72 championship golf course that is surrounded by mature trees and features natural streams and ponds.

Nearby, you’ll find Springfield Golf Club and Fort Mill Golf Club. Both of these golf clubs are private with a membership requirement.

Indian Land Amenities

Indian Land is located just minutes from the heart of Charlotte’s upscale and popular Ballantyne area, which features two large outdoor shopping centers (Blakeney and Stonecrest) including grocery shopping, high-end boutiques, spas, casual and fine dining restaurants, movie theatres, and medical facilities. Ballantyne Village, the world-class Ballantyne Resort & Spa, and the Ballantyne Golf Course are all also easily accessible from Indian Land. Nearby in Indian Land are a large Walmart Super Center and a Lowes Home Improvement Store.

In the immediate Indian Land area, there are over 30 local hotels. The Redstone shopping center which opened in March of 2018 is located on the prime intersection of Highway 160 and Highway 521 and is a 310,000 square foot regional retail center that is anchored by a 14-screen movie theater. The center also includes numerous dining options and various services such as a nail salon, dry cleaners, and optometry services.

More recently opened is the Promenade at Carolina Reserve on the corner of Highway 521 (Charlotte Highway) and Jim Wilson Road. The Promenade has some 500,000 square feet of retail shopping and includes retail giants like Marshalls, TJ Max, Ulta, Petco, Hobby Lobby, Burlington, Ross Dress For Less, and more.


Indian Land Homes

Indian Land is home to a large population of empty nesters and retirees. Sun City Carolina Lakes is home to thousands of homes. Living in this community is like being on an extended vacation. The resort-style amenities include a three-story center called The Lake House, a recreational facility called The Lodge, three pools, tennis courts, and an 18-hole golf course that is open to the public. If you think that’s amazing, you’ll want to check out their woodworking shop, pottery studio, pool tables, and dog park.

Indian Land offers a wide array of housing options… single family homes, town homes, active adult communities, farm land, horse farms at all price ranges right up into the millions. Communities range from the smaller, more intimate neighborhoods to huge neighborhoods, like Walnut Creek, Legacy Park, Bridgemill, etc. that have hundreds and hundreds of homes and amazing community amenities for their residents. Indiand Land provides a wonderful mix of rural and upscale sophistication.

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 Indian Land/Lancaster area. She’s been opening doors for Indian Land home buyers and sellers since 1999.