Allison Creek on Lake Wylie
Cushioned between Big and Little Allison Creeks off of Hwy 274 in York, SC is the Allison Creek Peninsula which is comprised of a variety of homes from cabins to estates to newly developed neighborhoods. The peninsula is overseen by The Allison Creek Homeowners Association which provides several HOA and social functions along with a Clean and Green Program and a Community Watch.
The community is accessed by Allison Creek Road, a long winding street which runs to the end of the peninsula. Follow the signs to the Allison Creek Public Lake Access which is located on Viesta Road. This boat ramp and day dock gives the public access to fishing, swimming and boating in the creeks which feed straight into Lake Wylie. This landing is utilized by many of the homeowners living on the peninsula neighborhoods of Mariners Bluff, Mariners Watch Cove, Palm Tree Cove, and the latest subdivision, Palm Tree Cove II.
Mariners Bluff and Mariners Watch Cove are both small, custom built, upscale neighborhoods offering interior and waterfront lots, new construction and resale homes. The homes, mostly composed of stucco, brick or stone, are on large, wooded lots with rolling hills and lovely vistas.
Palm Tree Cove and Palm Tree Cove II offer a variety of lot size and builders from custom to production builders. These neighborhoods are larger in size and also offer interior and waterfront lots, mostly new construction and some resale homes. Palm Tree Cove II will have a pool, walking trails and dry boat storage for it’s homeowners. All of these neighborhoods have their own HOA’s but all are connected by a winding sidewalk down Allison Creek Road for easy access, socializing, and exercise.
Prices in these neighborhoods, along with the individual homes on the peninsula vary widely by location, neighborhood, waterfront or water view sites and other variables. Please feel free to contact us to guide you through the options in this wonderful Lake Wylie community.
Allison Creek Peninsula is only 20 minutes to York, and Clover, SC, 30 minutes to Rock Hill, 45 minutes to Uptown Charlotte, Gastonia or Charlotte-Douglas Airport.
It is located in the award winning Clover School District and enjoys low York County, SC taxes.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, McDowell Nature Preserve, Kings Mountain State Park and more are located nearby. Carowinds Amusement Park, open all summer and featuring Scarowinds in the fall, is only 30 minutes away. YMCA’s Camp Thunderbird and shopping, restaurants, banks and more are only 20 minutes away in Lake Wylie, SC.
Contact The Allison Creek Homeowners Association for more information on this area, or feel free to contact us for information about the area and housing options.
For information about the Allison Creek Public Lake Access, visit www.boatinglakewylie.com, or https://www.dnr.sc.gov/mlands/boatramp_details?p_id=645 , or www.duke-energy.com/lakes/facts-and-maps/lake-wylie.asp.
Contact me, Don Stephens, for more details and a tour of Allison Creek on Lake Wylie. Phone: 704-562-3636, or E-mail: