At a Glance
The Lake Wylie Road peninsula is mostly comprised of several custom-home neighborhoods including Beatties Glen Estates, Catawba Crest, Cooks Cove, Masons Crossing, Sunset Ridge, The Retreat at Sunset Ridge and Tioga Pointe.
This enclave of neighborhoods all share the same entry & exit – Lake Wylie Road – which extends down the length of the peninsula. While the individual neighborhoods vary slightly from one to another, the majority of these homes are stately, newer builds from the 2000s. Older ‘river cabins’ and interior homes are also found along Lake Wylie Road.
Lake Wylie Road residents enjoy the serenity and privacy offered in this more remote location. Most home owners associations take a ‘hands off’ approach, little-to-no restrictions. Neighborhood events and activities are informal yet bring residents together throughout the year.
What We Love
This collection of neighborhoods along Lake Wylie Road create one of the more uniform, high-end developments in Lake Wylie. On a whole, the entire peninsula is visually impressive and appealing.
What We Don’t
Not much. Some may grumble about the relative remoteness, but for many people it’s just one of advantages to living in this community.
Custom build single family and estate-style homes. Waterfront homes are available as well as vacant lots and land. Prices typically begin in the mid-high $300s for a home and quickly go up from there.
Lake Wylie Road peninsula is off Highway 274/49 between Lake Wylie and Rock Hill. The peninsula is bordered by the Crowders Creek tributary to the north & Beaver Creek tributary to the South.
Around the Block
There’s not much in the way of retail, dining or sights near this part of Lake Wylie, but that’s just how the residents down Lake Wylie Road like it. Nanny’s Mountain is short drive away but otherwise the majority of Lake Wylie Road residents enjoy the solitude of this community.