145 Moses Rhyne Drive Mount Holly, NC 28120
Active Under Contract
Beautiful brick home in the well sought-out Rhyne’s Estate! Open Floor Plan in a quiet neighborhood of Mount Holly, just minutes from I-85 making it an easy commute to Uptown Charlotte, downtown Mount Holly/Belmont, & Charlotte Douglas Airport. Custom Tobacco Road Acacia hardwood floors throughout. Gorgeous family room features vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace, & surround sound!. Kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, walk-in pantry and an oversized kitchen island. Off the kitchen you will find a screened in porch- perfect place to enjoy your morning coffee or a relaxing evening bug free. The primary suite includes hardwood floors, walk-in closet, dual vanity sinks, & large tiled shower. Two car garage with built in white cabinets. Separate laundry room with large utility sink. Seller even added concrete to the driveway for additional parking. Schedule your showing now, this gem won’t last!
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Community - Mount Holly
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Mount Holly is a small town in the heart of Gaston County located on the outskirts of Charlotte. Nestled along the Catawba River, this charming community is positioned for outdoor activity and scenic views.
Homes in Mount Holly include a range of options, with a focus on traditional and Colonial styles. Due to this area’s growing population, there are a number of new construction homes for sale in Mount Holly. Housing costs in Mount Holly are comparable to the state average and substantially lower than the national average. This is an affordable place to live, but Mount Holly is becoming more popular, which means home prices are appreciating consistently.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Mount Holly is a small suburban city in Gaston County with an increasing population around 14,000. The town centers on a charming downtown with brightly colored awnings and welcoming storefronts. This central downtown area is home to outdoor concerts, and annual festivals and events, including Mount Holly Arts & Music Festival, Christmas Celebration on Main, Springfest, and more. The Mount Holly Farmers’ Market was named the third most popular farmers’ market in the state and included amongst the top 20 in the nation. The City of Mount Holly operates two recreational facilities and six parks, including Mountain Island Park, River Street Park and more.
Mount Holly was named a “Playful City USA” by non-profit childhood play advocates KaBOOM! One way the community focuses on health and wellness is through Discover You!, an interactive health and wellness museum designed to help adults and children learn how to eat, move and live better.
Mount Holly is located approximately 13 miles from Charlotte, making this a reasonable residential area for city commuters. This proximity puts a lot of conveniences within reach for residents, such as shopping, dining, entertainment, the airport, and more. Mount Holly is also located near the Catawba River and Lake Wylie, where residents can go kayaking, swimming and fishing. A few miles south of town, the U.S. National Whitewater Center is a recreational center that features man-made whitewater river channels for rafting and kayaking, as well as rope courses, ziplines, and outdoor climbing walls. The center also hosts festivals, races, concerts and other outdoor events.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Mount Holly has four public schools in Gaston County Schools and three private, faith-based schools, including Mountain Island Day School, Liberty Baptist Academy and Faith Christian Academy. There are several colleges and universities in nearby cities, including Belmont Abbey College in Belmont and Gaston College in Dallas. Additionally, Mount Holly residents may easily commute to Charlotte for higher learning.
The history of Mount Holly dates back to around 1750, when King George II of Great Britain issued land grants in the area. In 1838, a local post office was named Woodlawn, but the name of the town was changed to Mount Holly in 1875 after the Mount Holly Cotton Mill that opened the same year. A.P. and D.E. Rhyne and Ambrose Costner originally owned the mill, which was the fourth mill to be built in the county and the oldest surviving mill today. As with many Southern towns, Mount Holly saw major growth due to the introduction of the railroad. The Carolina Central Railway began servicing Mount Holly in 1860, and the Piedmont and Northern Railway began running from Charlotte to Mount Holly in 1911.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 13 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 9 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 13 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 14 Miles
I-85: 3.5 Miles
I-485: 4 Miles
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