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The Best of the City and the Suburbs

Although it might be just minutes away from the city conveniences of Charlotte, Pineville is a unique suburb that has still managed to maintain a small town feel no matter how much it grows. Pineville is known as the birthplace of President James K. Polk, and today, it beautifully blends its historic roots with modern luxuries.

Ready to explore some of the best shopping, dining, green spaces, and attractions that Pineville has to offer? Let's take a closer look at this popular suburb.

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What Locals Love:

Local Charm

If you want a taste of what life is really like in this suburb, take a drive through Historic Downtown Pineville to explore some of the town's best shops and restaurants. While you're there, you're bound to run into a friendly face or experience Pineville's notable Southern charm for yourself! Popular downtown attractions include Kit's Trackside Crafts and the Downtown Farmers Market.

Delicious Eateries

Feeling a little peckish? Don't worry—you won't have to travel far to find some delicious bites when you live in Pineville. Here, you'll uncover a diverse mix of larger chains, as well as locally-owned favorites. If you're looking for recommendations, you can't go wrong with the unique German cuisine at Waldhorn, the traditional Japanese fare at Musashi, or the yummy flavors at Harper's Restaurant

Retail Destinations

Shoppers from near and far flock to Pineville's Carolina Place Mall to visit just about every retailer under the sun, including Belk and REI. Pineville is also home to The Centrum, outlet stores, numerous strip malls, and a large number of independent retailers in the Downtown area. Whatever retail experience you're looking for, you'll surely find it right here in Pineville!

Exciting Events

Pineville may seem like a small town, but there's always something exciting going on. Every autumn, residents come together to celebrate the harvest season with the annual Fall Fest. You can even travel into Charlotte for exciting events like Tuck Fest at the National Whitewater Center, the North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival, and the Carolina Balloonfest.

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Parks & Recreation

Whether you love to play sports or leisurely explore a serene park, you'll discover plenty of beautiful natural areas all throughout Pineville. Pineville Lake Park is one of the most scenic spots in town, and it offers plenty of places to fish and stroll. Locals also love Jack D. Hughes Memorial Park, which boasts plenty of sports fields and playgrounds.

Career Opportunities

Because Pineville is so close to Charlotte, it's an ideal spot for anyone looking to advance their career. Some of Charlotte's major employers include Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Duke Energy, and even Amazon. However, Pinevile has plenty of job opportunities of its own, particularly in the retail and healthcare fields.

Top-Notch Education

Students living in Pineville are served by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, one of the largest districts in the state and in the country. In total, CMS serves over 147,000 children and employs nearly 10,000 teachers. Pineville Elementary, Quail Hollow Middle, and South Mecklenburg High are just a few schools located in Pineville.

Ready to Find Your Dream Home?

Have you fallen in love with Pineville's small town charm? Whenever you're ready to take your next steps, just contact Teresa Hoefl at Charlotte Home Links for more information or to schedule a showing of your favorite properties.