Moving to Fort Mill

Fort Mill, also known as Fort Mill Township, is a suburb of the city Charlotte, NC, and Rock Hill, which is located along the I-77 corridor in the northernmost part of South Carolina. Approximately 10,811 people live inside the town’s corporate limits as of the 2010 Census, with a total of 36,119 people residing within the entire urban area. Fort Mill manages to maintain a cozy feel, where neighbors know one another and are active in their community. The median age of the town’s residents is 34, with an annual household income of $45,237 and home value around $100,000.

Established in 1873, Fort Mill has three golf courses and three parks including, Harris Street Park, Steele Street Park, and Doby Bridge Park. Fort Mill is one of the fastest growing communities in the state for many reasons. Residents of the town enjoy a high quality of life and a strong sense of community. The Fort Mill Schools are among the best in the state, with small classes for added individual attention. The school district prides itself on its progressive teaching methods, which continually evolve to prepare students for the future. The schools are noted for utilizing advanced technologies in the classroom, and making computer labs and software available to students. The district’s standards and test scores exceed those in the rest of the state, and consistently set a national standard.

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Thriving businesses

Fort Mill is also home to a number of thriving businesses and corporate offices. The Fort Mill Downtown Association, Area Council, and York County Regional Chamber of Commerce work together to implement an ambitious plan to enrich retail trade and commercial development in Fort Mill. Their close proximity to the Charlotte metropolitan area provides numerous educational, recreational and employment opportunities.

Scenic beauty

The area’s scenic beauty is accentuated by old growth maple, hickory, chestnut, birch and sassafras trees. Throughout the year, Fort Mill witnesses a magnificent backdrop, and residents here spend their free time hiking or driving to view the seasonal changes. Many residents can enjoy a weekend getaway to Sugarloaf Mountain, which is a great spot for hiking and camping. The less adventurous come to see the historic Beverly Robinson estate and mansion.