Happy Holidays from McLean
The holidays on Lake Wylie have a relaxing feel unlike anywhere else. Enjoy the peaceful, scenic beauty of the water in the wintertime, from the shore or in your boat. Make that last-minute shopping run to stores nearby. Savor a gourmet meal or glass of wine at one of the area’s myriad restaurants.
By this time next year, homeowners at McLean will be experiencing that idyllic lifestyle. Soon after the crown drops uptown and the parties are over, activity at the property will kick into high gear. Our custom and estate home builders in South Shore will begin home construction in January. Landscaping and entrance monument work will also be advancing. The new year will also bring more news on exciting builder plans and offerings.
Stay tuned here or our website for updates. In the meantime, have a healthy and safe holiday season.
Sales and Information Center Holiday Hours
Our sales and information center in the historic McLean Home will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and New Years Eve and New Years Day. Beginning January 2, we’ll be back on the normal schedule: open daily, Tuesday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Sunday — Monday 1 – 5 p.m. Sales staff and agents representing our custom lakefront and estate home builders Wieland and Peachtree will be in the center daily. For more information, contact Ann Davis.
Holidays on the Water
The lake lifestyle includes festive and fun holiday traditions. One of the most charming is the Lake Wylie Chamber of Commerce’s annual Lights on the Lake Holiday Boat Parade, which was held on December 12. Boaters decorated their vessels with twinkling lights that danced and dazzled in the night. Awards were given to the most creative arrangement. This year’s winner decorated his 28-foot Aqua Chalet Houseboat with 5,000 multi-colored lights in the form of a dog house, with an inflatable Snoopy and Woodstock on top.Other entries featured Olof from the movie “Frozen” and a tropical paradise. The event was part of the “Christmas by the Lake” event held at T-Bones restaurant at the Buster Boyd Bridge. Here’s a story and video about the boat parade.