A mix of commercial and residential properties in York, Lancaster and Chester counties sold for a high price in June, at more than $60 million.
These sales, of $1 million and more each, include spaces in Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Tega Cay and Lake Wylie. They also include Indian Land and Chester.
Here’s a look at sales of $1 million or more in June, according to county land records:
▪ Six residential properties on Dam Road and Our Place Drive in the Tega Cay area sold on June 24 for nearly $8.4 million. The properties combine for approximately 55 acres between Dam Road and Stonecrest Boulevard. Charlotte’s Carolina Opportunity Fund purchased the properties. They are south of Walmart in the Stonecrest Mall, in an area where the city has submitted plans for residential and commercial space to replace what was once the Game On sports venue.
The city and development partners intend to create a main street type location similar to Baxter.
▪ A once controversial petrol station in Fort Mill has been resold. Over 2 acres of commercial property at 2020 South Dobys Bridge Road sold on June 15 for nearly $6.1 million. The 3,800-square-foot convenience store is a 7-Eleven next to Doby’s Bridge Elementary School which, when proposed, drew outcry from the school’s parents. Demonstrations took place and several candidates ran for public office over the issue of the city allowing a gas station so close to the school.
Cameron DBR Fort Mill purchased the site. Records show it already sold last year for almost $5.6 million and in 2020 for $1.2 million. The 7-Eleven store opened in late 2020.
▪ Over 4 acres at 2180 Cherry Road in Rock Hill sold on June 14 for over $5.1 million. Prep Fitness Rock Hill, Utah purchased the more than 31,000 square foot fitness center built in 2009. A Gold’s Gym is located there on an outdoor lot in the development anchored by a Publix grocery store.
▪ A Texas company has purchased the more than 34,000 square foot Cobb House apartment building in downtown Rock Hill. It sold on June 13 for nearly $4.6 million. The building at 366 East Main St. is located between Orange Street and Confederate Avenue. It was built in 1952 and has eight floors. The property sold last fall for over $3.6 million.
▪ Trimac Chester bought property on I-77 in Chester County on June 22 for more than $4.3 million. The 109-acre site has a small piece of frontage on the Lancaster Freeway and sits on the corner of the interchange where that freeway meets the freeway. The property is just a key north of the Giti Tire facility.
▪ A home on Lake Wylie’s Crowders Creek was sold on June 28 for $3.8 million. The house is off Anchors Bend Cove in the Cooks Cove neighborhood. It sits on a point overlooking the lake. The house was sold in 2016 for $2 million. Records show the 2009 two-story construction has over 8,700 gross square feet and 5,500 square feet of finished space. It has a pool, party dock, and outdoor kitchen, among other features.
▪ Meritage Homes of Charlotte has purchased 40 lots for the Ashe Downs community in Fort Mill. The June 22 sale closed at over $3.1 million. The property is east of US 21 and north of Regent Parkway.
▪ Fort Mill’s Red River Exchange purchased nearly 5 acres at 1256 Red River Road in Rock Hill on June 21 for $2.6 million. The property has a 21,000+ square foot warehouse built in 1997. The commercial site is north of Springdale and south of Chad Wesley Roads off Dave Lyle Blvd.
▪ The commercial property at 1622 JA Cochran Bypass in Chester County sold on June 3 for over $2.6 million. Cala Properties in North Carolina sold the property on approximately 2 acres. We are close to Wilson Street and Belt Road.
▪ LS Real Estate Holdings bought property in Chester County for nearly $2 million on June 10. The 42-acre site crosses the southern border of Chester County, east of JE Roberts Road and west of Ashford Road.
▪ Glenwood Falls Apartments II, based in Alabama, took possession on June 15 of more than 7 acres at 915 Archie St. in Fort Mill. The site near Banks Street has over 52,000 square feet of townhouse space. The properties there were built in 2004. The nearly $1.9 million transaction includes offices with the townhouse community.
▪ About 90 acres of vacant residential property in Lake Wylie was sold on June 29 for $1.3 million. MJ Rooster Investments of York purchased the property on the west side of Riddle Mill Road, midway between its intersections with SC 557 and Stonebridge Lane.
▪ A 4,100 square foot Fort Mill home on Tatton Hall Road sold on June 30 for $1.3 million. It’s in the Springfield Subdivision.
▪ Nearly a dozen Rock Hill commercial properties sold on June 23 for nearly $1.3 million. Most properties are on Rainey Street along Anderson Road. The combined sale of approximately a dozen acres includes mostly vacant commercial properties. There is a 3,000 square foot commercial garage at 160 N. Anderson Road and 1,800 square feet of office space on another parcel. Owners listed include Right Solution Truck Care in North Carolina, Amazonia Prime and Redex Logistics.
▪ A home on Kimbrell Heights Drive in Lancaster County sold on June 7 for more than $1.2 million. The over 4,000 square foot Indian Land home was built in 2007.
▪ A residential property at Wisteria Meadows in Fort Mill was sold on June 23 for $1.2 million.
▪ York County acquired more than 11,000 square feet of office space in Rock Hill on June 27 for $1.2 million. The address 236 Northpark Drive is along Dave Lyle Boulevard on the ramp near Quantz Street.
▪ Thoroughbred Partners of Charlotte bought 310 acres in the Smyrna area on June 13 for nearly $1.2 million. The land is classified for agricultural and forestry purposes. Adjacent properties on Ore Bank Road almost touch the North Carolina line. They are west of Spencer and north of Legion Roads.
▪ A 2,500 square foot home on Johnsons Barn Road in Lake Wylie sold on June 28 for nearly $1.2 million.
▪ A 4,600 square foot home in Lancaster County sold on June 2 for nearly $1.2 million. The Loire Valley Drive house in Indian Land was built last year.
▪ A 3,500 square foot home on Chaucer Circle in Fort Mill sold on June 9 for $1.1 million.
▪ Nearly 32 acres of vacant commercial property at 1533 Galleria Boulevard in Rock Hill was sold on June 27 for nearly $1.1 million. Connecticut-based Riverbend Rock Hill owns it. The site is east of I-77, just south of the Ross Dress for Less site.
▪ A Kendall Trail home in Lancaster County sold on June 9 for nearly $1.1 million. The 5,600 square foot Indian Land home was built in 2017.
▪ A 4,000 square foot house on Penny Royal Avenue in Fort Mill, in the Massey housing estate, was sold on June 16 for $1 million.
▪ A 2,500 square foot home on River Point Road in Lake Wylie was sold on June 14 for $1 million.