See what’s happening now at McLean!

McSpadden Custom HomeOur recent Dusty Boots Tour drew an enthusiastic crowd to explore the nearly completed McSpadden Custom Home in McLean’s South Shore neighborhood.
There’s plenty more to see throughout McLean these days. From homes rising along Lake Wylie to our newest neighborhood taking shape on New Hope Road, McLean buzzes with activity. We invite you to visit soon, and discover for yourself what’s new and special about McLean!


Peachtree Residential crafts a showcase

Those magnificent homes you see from Armstrong Road are the work of Peachtree Residential. Here’s a closer look. Learn much more by dropping by our information center at 175 Armstrong Road or by contacting Linda Marucci with Peachtree Residential at 704-201-5401 or LMarucci@peachtreeres.com.

205 Seven Oaks Landing205 Seven Oaks Landing

$642,344
Sunny great room opens to gourmet kitchen, breakfast nook, adjoining screened porch.

Main-level guest suite.Upstairs owner’s suite, 3 spacious BRMs. Listing

209 seven oaks landing209 Seven Oaks Landing

Under Contract
Owner’s suite and private guest bedroom on main level.

Great room overlooks large gourmet kitchen with adjoining breakfast nook.3 BRMs up. 3-car garage.

212 seven oaks landing212 Seven Oaks Landing

$703,410
Main-level owner’s suite; 2-story great room is open to kitchen.

Upper level includes large bonus room and 3 bedrooms. Wooded lot backs to large pond. Listing

216 Seven Oaks Landing

216 Seven Oaks Landing$703,131
Shaded lot backs to large pond.

Living area with kitchen opens to great room, breakfast & keeping room. Main-level guest suite.

Upstairs include owner’s suite with sitting room, additional bedrooms and bonus room. Listing

 

Lori and George Cline

Our newest neighbors!

Lori and George Cline were all smiles this week as they broke ground for their new Peachtree Residential home in our South Shore neighborhood. Congratulations!


Easy living, close to nature, in The Conservancy

Essex HomeHome construction will begin early this fall in McLean’s new neighborhood, The Conservancy.

A waterfront nature preserve and the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden surround The Conservancy on three sides.

Carolinas builder Essex Homes will offer cottage-style homes tailored to buyers seeking distinctive designs with a wide range of space arrangements.

All Essex homes in The Conservancy will feature one-story designs with optional additional living space available on the second floor. This means that any home can be built as a three-bedroom/two-bath ranch home if desired, or with additional rooms on the second floor.
Prices for Essex Homes will range from the mid-$240s to the mid-$300s, depending on floor plans, options and finishes.


Nature is right at your doorstep in McLean

Seven Oaks Preserve trailThe master-planned community of McLean will have more than 100 acres of parks, trails, ponds and other natural escapes. Several green amenities are open or being finished now, including:

The Seven Oaks Preserve trail winds through 77 acres of forested land beside The Conservancy and adjacent Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Access the trail from McLean’s public parking area and trailhead on New Hope Road.

McLean Point is already a peaceful place to visit and will certainly be a popular gathering spot from dawn to dusk.
A trail is being constructed to McLean Point from the future South Shore residents club on Seven Oaks Landing, just around the bend from Peachtree Residential’s new homes.

Harbortowne Marina trailThe Harbortowne Marina trail will be popular with South Shore residents with boats who choose not to build on the Lake Wylie waterfront. The trail begins at the north end of Cape August Drive. The marina, just a short walk from this point, offers just about everything that boat owners might need including slips for rent.


Labor Day fun is close at hand

McLean is just a few minutes away from great Labor Day weekend events. Even the Charlotte Knights stadium is less than 30 minutes from home. Here’s the rundown!

Friday, Sept. 2 – Chasing Niagara! Enjoy an outdoor adventure film on the big screen at the US National Whitewater Center, starting at 7:48 pm. “Chasing Niagara” stars pro kayaker Rafa Ortiz as he takes on the ultimate challenge. Free and open to the public. Details

Mt Holly Farmers MarketSaturday, Sept. 3 – Fall harvest – The best of the region’s fall harvest awaits at the Mount Holly Farmers Market, from 8 am to noon at 226 S. Main St., Mount Holly. Fruits, veggies, baked goods, meats, crafts and much more! Details

Sunday, Sept. 4 – Wet and wild family fun – The US National Whitewater Center has a full day of events including trail races, corn-hole tournament, live music, all of the usual USNWC water, bike and zip-line action and fireworks at 9:30 p.m. Details

Sunday evening baseball and fireworks – Head to BB&T Ballpark in uptown Charlotte to celebrate 40 years of baseball in Charlotte, honor great past players including eight-time Major League All-Star Eddie Murray, enjoy a playoff-crucial game against the Gwinette Braves and cap off the night with the final post-game fireworks of the Charlotte Knights season! Details

Monday, Sept. 5 – Visit McLean – It’s Labor Day, so take a break from work and yardwork, and spend time enjoying a leisurely auto tour of our South Shore neighborhood under development on Lake Wylie in southern Belmont, NC. discovermclean.com


McLean information center

Our information center at 175 Armstrong Road, Belmont, NC is a great place to stop whenever you visit McLean. Our staff can answer questions in person or by phone at (980) 283-7150 from 11 am to 5 pm Tuesdays through Saturdays and 1-5 pm Sundays and Mondays.

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