1468 Lincoln Road York, SC 29745
Great opportunity for animal lovers to live the farmhouse dream on approximately 8 acres on a beautifully wooded and secluded 8.1 acre tract of land complete with pasture, barn, working pens, a tractor shed and some outbuildings. Unique farmhouse with rocking chair front porch, screened porch and oversized back deck is beautifully situated on this serene plot of land on beautiful Lincoln Road in York. Downstairs are 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, a large great room, spacious kitchen and dining area and a bright and open laundry/utility room. Upstairs are 3 rooms that were used as bedrooms, there are no single closets in these rooms but there is one large closet in the hallway adjacent to the bathroom. History and age of the house are unknown. According to York County Property card, the house was moved to this property in September of 1990. Owner bought in 2016 and does not know history of property or age of property. Well maintained, newer roof, hot water heater and downstairs HVAC.
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Community - York
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York is a small town situated near Charlotte and Rock Hill, South Carolina. This tight-knit community is focused on preserving its history, evident in its quaint, restored downtown district.
York real estate is quite unique when compared to the markets of surrounding communities in the Charlotte metropolitan area. There is an abundance of historic homes in York, as more than 13 percent of its homes were built before 1940. Additionally, homes are affordable in York, as housing costs are well below the national average. Most York homes are built in traditional, Colonial or Victorian styles.
Lifestyle and Attractions
York is a small town located approximately 35 miles southwest of Charlotte and 15 miles west of Rock Hill, South Carolina. Serving as the county seat of York County, the city of York has done an excellent job of preserving its past. In fact, approximately 180 structures in York, including many private homes, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This has resulted in a quaint charming downtown area in the center of York. Experience area history and present-day culture at the McCelvey Center, which houses the Historical Center, the Southern Revolutionary War Institute, and the Lowry Family Theater. Another iconic York landmark is the Sylvia Theater, an Art Deco-style movie theater built in the early 1900s that now serves as a venue for live music and theatrical performances.
Since 1990, York has experienced steady but manageable growth. The town has made active efforts in improving the city with projects like the South Congress Streetscape Project, focused on enhancing the downtown area. There are plenty of places in and around York for outdoor recreation, like the York Recreation Center and other city parks, in addition to Kings Mountain State Park and Lake Wylie, both a short drive away. The community comes together with several annual events and festivals, including Summerfest, a summer festival each August, and a Christmas parade celebrating the holiday season each December.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
The city of York has 11 schools in the York County School District 1, and there are eight private schools in the vicinity of York. There are no institutions of higher learning in its boundaries, but York is near a number of colleges and universities, including Queens University, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Winthrop University, and more.
York County was created in 1786, and the county courthouse was built in Fergus Crossroads, the intersection of two stagecoach routes. This area is where the city of York now stands. As the county seat, this village then experienced steady economic growth and a bustling downtown area. The town was officially incorporated as Yorkville in 1841, and shortened its name to York in 1915. During the 1890s, York evolved into a major textile hub.
Today, the historic district of York is one of the largest in the state, encompassing 264 acres of buildings from the 1800s and early 1900s.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 35 Miles
Rock Hill: 14 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 31 Miles
Piedmont Medical Center: 12.5 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 36 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 36 Miles
US-321: Less Than 1 Mile
I-77: 16 Miles
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