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Just 20 miles south of Charlotte, Rock Hill includes approximately 67,000 residents and encompasses about 36 square miles. A mild climate, low cost of living, affordable housing costs, excellent schools, enhanced community assets, and quick access to major transportation routes all combine to make Rock Hill an attractive place to live. Quick access to I-77 situates Rock Hill within easy reach of Raleigh-Durham and Greensboro, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia.
A burgeoning community, Rock Hill offers residents a plethora of activities and special events, such as the Blues and Jazz Festival, the Clover Scottish Games and Scotch Irish Festival, the Decadent Dreams Chocolate Festival, Christmasville, the Patchwork Tales Storytelling Festival, Summerfest, and the U.S. Disc Golf Championships.
Blues & Jazz Festival
Clover Scottish Games and Scotch Irish Festival
Decadent Dreams Chocolate Festival
Fort Mill Art On Main
Fort Mill Thunder Car Show
Friends of the York County Library Book Sale
Joy of Gardening Symposium
Miles of Hope Run
Patchwork Tales Storytelling Festival
South Carolina Strawberry Festival – Fort Mill
Summerfest – Historic York
United States Disc Golf Championship
In addition, the Rock Hill/York County airport provides quick access to the Charlotte Metro area. A light rail system to link the entire Charlotte metro area is also being developed. Amtrak also offers passenger service from Charlotte to points north and south, and since Charlotte is a major hub for the freight industry, businesses here have excellent access to shipping services.
Established in the mid-1800s, Rock Hill is a dynamic community today, with many professionals working in Rock Hill or in nearby Charlotte. Recently named one of the nation’s top 100 cities for young people, Rock Hill enjoys strong schools, along with numerous higher education options, provide attractive amenities to local families and students.
The downtown area, called Old Town, is filled with history and character. A thoughtful revitalization plan has driven the progress of the downtown development, and the result is a charming town center with beautiful landscaping, a great walkability factor, beautiful parks, and green spaces, and unique shops and cafés—and the trend is only continuing to grow towards a burgeoning and vibrant downtown life.
Rock Hill’s master development plan includes the ongoing development of several mixed-use corridors that will reclaim old textile mill areas, turning them into pedestrian-friendly places, filled with green space, community charm, and thriving businesses. Ambitions are high here to make Rock Hill a model urban village, and with a wide variety of business investors, educators, and community members leading the fore, the town is well on its way to achieving that goal. The old Rock Hill Cotton Factory, for instance, is operating at full capacity in what was once an abandoned eyesore of a building. Today, it is a gorgeous nationally award-winning masonry brick structure, with heart pine floors and gorgeous wood beam columns. It stands to tell part of the story of Rock Hill, and it is a symbol of the commitment the well-designed urban redevelopment that has become part of this city.
The area also enjoys a strong commitment to education, with Rock Hill being the largest district in York County. The town is also home to Winthrop University, York Technical College, and Clinton Junior College, making the area a great location for businesses seeking an educated workforce.
The city offers a host of amenities, including the beautiful 11-acre Glencairn Gardens, complete with picturesque walking paths and water features; the 68-acre recreational area known as Cherry Park; the 720-acre living history village, Brattonsville, and much more. Rock Hill offers pristine golf courses, beautiful waterways, such as Lake Wylie, for boating enthusiasts, and thriving arts and cultural calendar, sure to please just about any musical and artistic preference.
Rock Hill homes include historic cottages, new townhomes, and condominiums, restored Georgian homes with acreage, Victorian remodels, and planned communities with private member-only club memberships. You will see a lot of homes here with beautiful brick or stonework, gracious porches, or thoughtful architectural details that give the town a distinct style. Numerous developments tucked among natural preserves and woodlands, also provide style, grace, serenity and a sense of community. For golf and tennis enthusiasts, consider Waterford Glen, complete with a championship course, Olympic-size pool and cabana, clubhouse, and quick access to dining, entertainment, shopping. Or choose from custom home communities such as Laurel Creek or Meadow Lakes. Prefer something a little trendier? Consider Riverwalk, a mixed-use village that includes a 3-mile walkway along the Catawba River. This +1000-acre village is an extension of the work the downtown revitalization. The unique homes here focus on a front-porch style of living, combining craftsmanship with energy efficiency, thoughtful spatial design, and charm.
Whether you love arts and culture or a day of golf and fishing; whether you love to cycle and hike or spend a day kayaking the waterways; or whether you enjoy strolling through boutiques and visiting with friends at a café—no matter what your preference, you can find it all right here in Rock Hill.