Waxhaw is a larger suburb that is located just south of Weddington. This area offers convenience to south Charlotte employment and shopping with typically larger lot sizes and less congestion than their Mecklenburg neighbors to the north. Waxhaw is located in the western most part of Union county along the South Carolina border with access to south Charlotte along Providence Road, Rea Road, and Hwy 521.
Waxhaw has a quaint downtown area along the railroad tracks at Providence Road South. Restaurants, antique stores, and unique specialty shops give shoppers a taste of life away from the big name retailers. Known for its Fourth of July Fireworks, Christmas Parade, seasonal farmer’s market on Saturdays, Queen’s Cup Steeplechase in the Spring, and active athletic association, Waxhaw has something for everyone. Neighborhoods in Waxhaw include Cureton, Quellin, Lawson, and the newer MillBridge. Waxhaw schools include Cuthbertson High School, Cuthbertson Middle School , and Kensington and New Town Elementary Schools for some neighborhoods. Other Waxhaw subdivisions attend Waxhaw Elementary and Parkwood Schools. View details on larger Waxhaw subdivisions below.
Prices for homes in this area generally begin in the $100’s and go up into the millions depending on age, size, and construction quality.