Neighborhood spotlight: Providence Country Club
South Charlotte's Providence Country Club offers its residents fine country club living in proximity to the best area shopping, dining, entertainment and parks.
Begun in 1989, Providence Country Club is located just south of I-485 at Ballantyne Commons Parkway. The neighborhood is accessible from Providence and Tom Short roads.
Blakeney, Stonecrest and Ballantyne Village are all less than 10 minutes from Providence Country Club. A trip to SouthPark is only 11 miles, while Uptown is just 15 miles via Providence Road.
The neighborhood is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and yet close enough to commute into the city for work or play.
Closer to home, country club members get to enjoy a pool, clubhouse, fitness center, tennis courts, and of course, the 18-hole Dan Maples-designed golf course.
Homes are on lots of at least a half acre up to more than 1 acre. The homes are situated around the golf course, some with spectacular views of fairways and water features on the course.
Prices for the homes in Providence Country Club range from mid-400s to over $1 million. Square footage starts in at approximately 2,500 square feet to more than 7,000 square feet. The neighborhood is very walkable with sidewalks and many cul de sac streets.
A total of 34 homes sold in Providence Country Club during the last 12 months for an average sales price of $629,487 and $157 per square foot.
Currently, there are 23 homes listed for sale in Providence Country Club, of which 12 are under contract as of June 17.
There are 22 homes currently on the market in Providence Country Club, which is approximately 8 months of inventory given sales data for the last 12 months. Twelve of the homes are under contract as of June 17.
List prices range from $485,000 to $1.12 million.
Providence Country Club children attend CMS's Polo Ridge Elementary School, J.M. Robinson Middle School and Ardrey Kell High School.