THE LIVING IS EASY ON THE SHORES OF LAKE WYLIE
Summertime, and the living IS easy on the shores of Lake Wylie. Mclean’s first new homes are nearing completion in the South Shore neighborhood. Our next neighborhood, The Conservancy, will launch soon. And four days of July 4th fun are set to begin. Here are the details. Come for a visit soon!
Fourth things first!
There’s much to love about McLean, including the many nearby events and attractions. Our July 4 weekend starts Friday with free music and fireworks in downtown Belmont and goes nonstop through Monday with a carnival, boat and land parades, 15-brewery beer blast and fireworks over Lake Wylie. DETAILS
3 more dining choices in Belmont
Belmont’s culinary selection keeps growing. Rivermen Brewing Company is moving to downtown Belmont in August and adding a farm-to-table restaurant; owners of the longtime Cosmos restaurant in uptown Charlotte are opening a new restaurant this fall near Belmont Abbey College; and you’ve probably seen the TV news clips about Nellie’s Southern Kitchen and The Jonas Brothers.
Progress at McLean
Armstrong Road entrances
Work is nearly complete on the two beautifully landscaped South Shore entrances on Armstrong Road, including blooming wax myrtles in the median of Shimmerlake Lane and surprisingly large oaks lining Seven Oaks Landing.
South Shore Residents Club
Work has started on the South Shore Residents club and pool at the corner of Seven Oaks Landing and South Shore Drive. This community gathering spot in the heart of South Shore will open in spring 2017.
McLean master planThe second neighborhood at McLean will soon make its official debut. The Conservancy, adjacent to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, will offer low-maintenance single-family cottage homes with initial prices from the mid-$200s. We will be announcing builders and offerings soon.
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