Embrace nature in Waxhaw's Walden Pond


Waxhaw's Walden Pond takes its name from the Massachusetts pond made famous by Henry David Thoreau, whose time in a cabin by the pond was a reflection upon simple living among natural surroundings.

Union County's Walden Pond neighborhood is that perfect bucolic setting for a relaxed, rural lifestyle without giving up the conveniences of South Charlotte and nearby Weddington.

The neighborhood is located near the intersection of Providence and New Town roads and is accessible from both roadways.

From Walden Pond, it is only 3 miles to Rea Road, which can bring you to Stonecrest, Blakeney and Ballantyne Commons Parkway. Interstate access is only 6 miles north near Ballantyne Commons Parkway.

A commute into the SouthPark area is approximately 15 miles, and Uptown is 23 miles away.

Everyday shopping is close by at the corner of Providence Road and a few minutes away in Weddington.

Of course, the focal point of Walden Pond is the pond, but the neighborhood also has walking trails that encircle the pond and is adjacent to Marvin Efird Park.

Walden Pond has larger lots of 1 acre to 3.5 acres with many mature trees and heavily wooded areas. There are also some waterfront properties that overlook the pond. Homes were built between 1993 and 2003 by various builders.

Only 5 homes sold in Walden Pond during the last 12 months, which is an average of 0.4 homes per month.

Those sales averaged $801,400 and approximately $176 per square foot. Sales closed for an average of 1.2% over list price. Most homes sold between 97% and 100% of list price, but one home sold for 112% of list price.

There are currently 4 homes listed for sale in Walden Pond. Only 1 is under contract as of May 18. List prices range from $449,900 to $825,000.

The neighborhood is zoned for Sandy Ridge Elementary and Marvin Ridge middle and high schools. All the schools are less than 2.5 miles from Walden Pond!


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