LIVE HERE CLOSE PROXIMITY TO CHARLOTTE, NC The area is made up of the Town of Fort Mill and the larger Fort Mill Township. The township encompasses the Town of Fort Mill, the city of Tega Cay, and the unincorporated portion of York County that lies between the two. Covering 52.84 square miles and boasting a combined population of nearly 70,000, this area we call home hosts an extensive network of services within its borders. For even more options, the city of Charlotte, with a metropolitan population of 2.6 million, is easily accessible, just over the state line at our northern border. Located just 16 miles from Uptown Charlotte and 17 miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Fort Mill has direct access from I-77 to connect with I-85, I-485, I-277, and major highways in the region. AWARD-WINNING SCHOOL DISTRICT Fort Mill Township is also home to the award-winning Fort Mill District 4 Schools. The district is the fastest growing per capita in South Carolina and its students exceed both the state and the national averages in SAT, ACT, and AP Exam scores. Music education is a priority in Fort Mill Schools, with programs beginning in elementary school and culminating with high schools fielding some of the most honored marching bands in the region. In fact, Fort Mill High School and Nation Ford High School are recognized nationally and Fort Mill High holds the record for state band championships at 24. Strong academic performance, committed teachers, and a diverse offering of extracurricular activities make Fort Mill Schools stand out among districts in both North and South Carolina. WIDE SELECTION OF RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES Your choices for residential neighborhoods cover a wide range of settings from 1950s-established Whiteville Park with its stately trees, to Baxter Village with its walkable town-within-a-town market center, to the meticulously-maintained, age-focused Carolina Orchards by Del Webb. Inventory includes single-family homes, multi-family townhome developments, apartments, and luxury living on the shores of Lake Wylie or in the plethora of homesites boasting the famous Carolina pines.