Havmoeller by Allen Tate Realtors is your specialist in negotiating country club rental homes and lease to purchase contracts in the Ballantyne Country Club area or any of the other Charlotte area Country Club communities
Shop, dine, enjoy, and repeat.
Time with your family. An elegant dinner out. Relaxing on the weekends. Getting active and taking care of you! Whatever your favorite thing in life maybe you'll find more of it at Ballantyne Village.
Enjoy our relaxed atmosphere that is friendly and convenient. Stroll through the Village, popping in for a great breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night at any of our over 20 different restaurants and cafes. Duck in for a great cup of coffee, then wander through our shops. Take a break and enjoy a conversation with a friend on one of our park benches. See a movie, enjoy a glass of wine on the second-floor terrace, or savor some of our international cuisines. You'll find the Village has lots of favorite experiences.
Ballantyne Village comes alive with a full schedule of interesting and exciting activities which includes live music, kids' events, art programs, and lots of fun. Stay in touch with Ballantyne Village through social media and we'll keep you up to date.
And, of course, we're always looking to add even more of your favorite things to Ballantyne Village. Look for new architectural features, guest services and more Village shops and services.
The beginnings of Ballantyne
Ballantyne is the part of south Charlotte area outside of the I-485 loop between Rea Road to the east and Pineville to the west. It began when each of the three Harris siblings—Johnny, Cameron, and Sara, the grandchildren of famed North Carolina governor Cameron Morrison—inherited an equal share of the family’s hunting preserve.
Before the early 1990s, developers expressed little interest in the sprawling, remote patch of land. Johnny Harris and his brother-in-law, Smoky Bissell, were business partners and developers for decades until opting to go their separate ways in the early 1990s. When Harris got the idea to develop the acreage, he quietly acquired surrounding lands from neighbors and farmers until he had about 2,000 acres.
He mapped out his vision for Ballantyne and went through a long and costly process to have it commercially rezoned. (Another developer, Crescent Resources, had already purchased the 610 acres that would later become the Ballantyne Country Club and the accompanying residential development.)
- List View
- Map View
- Grid View
- 4 beds, 4 baths4,786 sqft lot 14,374 sqftListed with Wilkinson ERA Real EstateMLS 3416861
- 3 beds, 4 baths2,498 sqft lot 4,356 sqftListed with Ivester Jackson Distinctive PropertiesMLS 3419697
The data relating to real estate on this website derive in part from the Internet Data Exchange program. Brokers make an effort to deliver accurate information, but buyers should independently verify any information on which they will rely in a transaction. All properties are subject to prior sale, change or withdrawal. Neither Havmoeller nor any listing broker shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation, or misprints, and they shall be held totally harmless from any damages arising from reliance upon this data. This data is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties they may be interested in purchasing. Properties reported may be listed or sold by various participants in the MLS
© 2018 Carolina Multiple Listing Services, Inc.
This MLS IDX is (c) Diverse Solutions 2018.