Your Guide to Ballantyne


 

 


Ballantyne Country Club in Charlotte, N.C., was created for families. And, understanding that there are different types of families, we have something for everyone at every stage of life -- from curious toddlers to doting grandparents.

Bike paths; a Family Activities Center ; a movie loft in the Teen Center; a championship, 18-hole golf course; activities planned by a full-time activities director, a relaxed pace of life … it’s all part of the Ballantyne Country Club lifestyle .

For information on club membership , contact the director at (704) 544-1404, or visit www.ballantyneclub.com  

Close to Everything in South Charlotte                                                        
Ballantyne Country Club's sought-after, south Charlotte
location has led many families to this popular community, and now, the last homes are being planned. Remaining homes start at $1 million. Home buyers may find the home of their dreams already completed or ready to be customized by one of our featured builders .

View all homes for sale in Ballantyne Country Club.

Our Ready to Customize Homes magazine walks you through the six stages of home construction, from foundation to finishing touches. It also features dozens of Ready to Customize (RTC) homes under construction in all of our Charlotte-area communities.

Click here to view the magazine online.

 

 

Ideally located


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Ballantyne Country Club residents love the quick access they have to everything from grand luxuries to small conveniences.

View a map of Ballantyne Country Club’s location.

Great Schools
School-aged children living at Ballantyne Country Club may attend classes at Charlotte-Mecklenburg public schools.
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Shopping and Convenience

  • Shopping, dining and recreational venues surround the community. Ballantyne Commons is close by – with a Harris Teeter grocery store, Eckerds drug store, Wolf Camera, Providence Bistro, Blockbuster Video, McAlister's Gourmet Deli and more.

  • Also nearby is StoneCrest at Piper Glen, with Alcoves home furnishings and accessories; finee and Chico’s women’s boutiques; DeWoolfson Down, a linens emporium; Voci Spa and Regal 22 Cinemas. There’s also a Harris Teeter … and a Target. A special "Children's Village" features such shops as Pet Essentials, EB Game World and Vision Dance Studio.

  • SouthPark is one of North Carolina's largest malls, offering several department stores (including Nordstrom and Belk) as well as Tiffany’s, kate spade, Louis Vuitton, Pottery Barn, COACH, Sur la Table, to name a few. Carolina Place Mall in Pineville features more than 100 stores including Belk, Dillards, J.C. Penney, Hecht's and Sears.

Arts, Culture and Entertainment
Recently recognized as one of the most liveable cities in the world for its commitment to arts and cultural development, Charlotte offers a multitude of cultural opportunities and venues for residents, including:

  • North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center

  • McColl Center for Visual Art

  • Mint Museum of Art and Mint Museum of Craft + Design

  • Discovery Place Science Museum

  • Afro-American Cultural Center

  • Levine Museum of the New South

  • Charlotte Museum of History

The new ImaginOn complex in uptown Charlotte is the first of its kind in the country, combining the facilities of a children’s library with the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.

Charlotte area sports:

  • The NFL’s Carolina Panthers, 2003 NFC Champs

  • The NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats

  • NASCAR action at Lowe’s Motor Speedway

  • AAA Baseball’s Charlotte Knights (farm team for the Chicago White Sox)

  • East Coast Hockey League’s Charlotte Checkers

  • NCAA athletics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Queens University, Davidson College and Johnson C. Smith University

Recreation

  • The recently expanded Morrison Family YMCA is the largest of its kind in the Charlotte area with the most state-of-the-art equipment. Its more than 40,000 square feet include a dual-court gymnasium; adult, family and youth fitness centers; and a child-watch area. In addition to its fitness programming, the Morrison Y will offer a wide selection of youth and adult sports, including soccer, baseball, basketball, swimming and more.

  • Outdoor lovers can enjoy hiking in nearby Crowders Mountain State Park or South Mountains State Park or a day trip to the Blue Ridge Parkway in Western North Carolina.

  • Those who enjoy a day on the lake have a wide selection of choices including Lake Wylie, Lake Norman and Mountain Island Lake.

  • Carowinds amusement park, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, the uptown Charlotte Arena and Cricket Arena offer great entertainment options.

Transportation
With close proximity to I-485, I-85 and I-77, Ballantyne Country Club is only a short trip to the Charlotte-Douglas International Air
port and uptown Charlotte. For those who enjoy recreational flying, the Concord Regional Airport is just up I-85 in Concord.