At a Glance
Lake Wylie’s Concord Road is the most remote section of the lake via car. However much of the land and waterfront homes are situated right along Lake Wylie’s busy main channel of water.
The road and area were named for historic Concord Methodist Church, no longer in existence. The Concord churchyard and cemetery can still be found at the end of the current Old Concord Road, adjacent to the Lake Wylie power plant. The cemetery, which includes graves dating to the mid 1800s, is not open to the public.
The peninsula includes a mixture of custom home neighborhoods and remote, country-like settings. The dominant feature of Concord Road is the Catawba nuclear power plant. For the most part, surrounding homes and residents are beyond line of sight of the power plant. The peninsula is also home of the Catawba Yacht Club and marina.
Concord Road peninsula rests between the very popular Big Allison Creek and Beaver Creek tributaries. The city of York, SC (29745) is the local township, and families/kids attend Clover School District.
What We Love
Lake Wylie real estate along the Concord Road peninsula tends to fall into one of two categories: A) beautiful custom home builds; and/or B) magnificent long range waterfront views.
What We Don’t
Private setting comes at a cost. Nearest grocery stores are a 15-20 minute drive for some residents. And granted, the power plant is a detractor for some (rightly or wrongly).
Mixture of custom home builds, country settings and gorgeous waterfront views. Expect a range of price points. Land/lot opportunities available.