Located near Lake Wylie and the McDowell Nature Preserve, King's Grove Manor places you near countless recreational opportunities from boating on the lake, to hiking at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, to golf at the Palisades Country Club. Nearby Award Winning Clover Schools. Discover Mattamy's distinctive streetscapes, thoughtful architectural details and superior standard finishes in our 40' Classic Series of homes featuring both one- and two-story designs.
|Pricing From The Mid $200's||3 - 5 Bedrooms|
|1,700 - 2,700+ SQ. FT||2 - 3.5 Bathrooms|
Join us at any of our Charlotte communities this weekend for our Open House Event to tour our model homes and take advantage of our limited time interest rate lock offer on select Quick Move-In Homes!*
Experience a low cost of living (up to 13% lower than the national average), a South Carolina Mortgage Tax Credit of up to $2,000 per year, and well as property taxes that are ⅔ that of North Carolina. The Homestead Exemption program also exempts the first $50,000 from all property taxes for those 65 years of age and older.
At the heart of the community stands Royal Oak Park. Overlooked by a majestic oak tree, the surrounding green space and abundance of benches provide the perfect spot to enjoy the beauty of the area. Also, nearby Nanny's Mountain offers a historical site for the whole family to enjoy with the walking trails and picnic areas. The community also features an easy-entry pool, a kids’ splash pool, playground, as well as a shaded cabana and covered picnic shelter with a stone fireplace.
Located near Rivergate Shopping Center and Rock Hill Galleria, enjoy the convenience of having premium shopping only a short drive away. You’ll also have the stunning natural settings of Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens, McDowell Nature Preserve, and Lake Wylie at your disposal, as well as easy access to everything Southwest Charlotte and Rock Hill have to offer.
A Mattamy Homeowner
Dionne ThomasMattamy Homeowner
“I really liked the different types of designs and colours and the different choices and how things were laid out."