Lake Wylie Waterfront Information
Lake Wylie – The Perfect Setting
Lake Wylie, a man-made lake, with a 325 mile shoreline, about 13,400 acres, is a vibrant and thriving waterfront community where geography, people and economic vitality have fashioned a distinctive Southern lifestyle.
The leisure and excitement of lakeside living, a comfortable, small town atmosphere, and convenient proximity to regional commercial and cultural centers, make Lake Wylie remarkably livable. For enterprising individuals, growing families and active retirees, Lake Wylie is indeed the perfect setting for home and business.
Surrounded by three counties, York County SC, Gaston County NC, and Mecklenburg County NC, the Lake Wylie waterfront community is ideally situated for both work and play.
Lake Wylie is 17 miles from Charlotte NC, one of the nation’s fastest-growing commercial and financial centers, and site of Charlotte Douglas International Airport. It is 15 miles from Rock Hill South Carolina, strongly emerging as an economic hub in piedmont South Carolina; and less than 75 miles from Columbia, the capital of the Palmetto State.
Residents of Lake Wylie also enjoy the advantage of living little more than a three-hour drive from the celebrated Carolina beaches and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Easy access to all points beyond the engaging surroundings of Lake Wylie, if desired, is provided by SC Highway 49, I-77 and I-85.
Lake Wylie’s location, quality of life and the productive involvement of our residents have helped establish a dynamic business environment. Carefully planned infrastructure improvements and close attention to preserving the area’s natural beauty assure continued quality growth.
The Lake Wylie waterfront community offers a wide range of housing options. Elegant lakeside living, cozy wooded neighborhoods and spacious, convenient condominiums add to the feeling that you are enjoying life in a year-round resort.
Lake Wylie’s waterfront community has the additional advantage of two excellent educational systems.
The Clover and Fort Mill schools are among the best in the state, employing highly qualified and dedicated teachers, building outstanding learning facilities, and providing students with effective resources and advanced equipment.
Recreation is an integral part of the Lake Wylie lifestyle. With its 325 miles of shoreline, the lake is ideal for boating, fishing, water skiing and sailing. The temperate, yet wonderfully distinct, seasonal changes not only enhance the area’s beauty, but also afford year-round enjoyment of such outdoor pastimes as golf, tennis and bicycling.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, a world-class botanical garden, is located in the nearby city of Belmont.
Population: The rapid growth of the Lake Wylie area makes an exact count rather difficult, but it is estimated that about 20,000 people live within a 5-mile radius of Lake Wylie’s main commercial district.
Climate: Average annual temperature – 62° Annual precipitation – 44 inches Elevation: 570 feet above sea level