Located adjacent to Charlotte's prestigious Ballantyne area, the Village of Marvin in Union County is considered one of the metro area's most exclusive areas with the highest median income in North Carolina and featuring custom luxury homes on larger lots, grand estates, and horse farms. Marvin's low property taxes are a major "draw" for many, as are the top public schools in the state.
The Village of Marvin, incorporated in 1994, covers some six square miles and has a population of about 6,500. Yahoo! named Marvin the best town in North Carolina to live in for two consecutive years.
SCHOOLS IN: MARVIN, NORTH CAROLINA
The 27-acre Marvin Efird Park, opened in 2012, is home to community events such as the annual holiday tree lighting and offers:
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