Holiday shopping wasn’t the only activity that led to big transactions in December.
The York, Lancaster and Chester counties region saw 25 property sales at $1 million or more for the month. Combined, those sales came in at about $150 million.
The largest, in Indian Land, made up almost half that total. Many of the total sales came on Fort Mill homes. Here, according to land records from each county, are the biggest sales of the month:
▪ A 20-acre property at 1004 Bailes Ridge Ave. in Lancaster County sold on Dec. 22 for $60.8 million. The sale includes 16 apartment and meeting hall constructions built in 2014. Indiana company Snow Tac Propco bought from S&B Charlotte Apartments. Enclave at Bailes Ridge is a four-story apartment community.
▪ An 800,000-square-foot building in Chester County sold on Dec. 7 for $31.1 million. BVNLC Chester bought the 648 Wilson St. property from 648 Wilson Acquisition. The new owner is part of Unique USA Investments and Pacer Partners out of Massachusetts. The same property sold in March for more than $24 million. The site is almost 32 acres.
The property is between Government Drive and Wilson, south of JA Cochran Bypass.
▪ A more than 12-acre property at 4101 Celanese Road in Rock Hill sold on Dec. 9 for $10.2 million. The Aspen-area site is across Celanese from the airport in Rock Hill.
A company affiliated with New York-based Zurich Alternative Asset Management bought the site that changed hands between Reformed Theological Seminary and the Rock Hill Economic Development Corporation in 2019, then to TKC Southwood two years later. The property includes an almost 67,000-square-foot industrial building added last year.
▪ One of Fort Mill’s longest-standing hotels sold on Dec. 29 for $9 million. Almost 4 acres of commercial property at 3681 Foothills Way includes a more than 109,000-square-foot hotel across from Carowinds. LHG Fort Mill based in Charlotte bought the 11-story Clarion property from Omneesh Hotels. County records show the hotel has changed hands or been re-recorded under the same owner 10 times since 1998. The hotel was built in 1975.
▪ About 39 acres of residential property at 9224 Tadlock Dr. in Lancaster County sold on Dec. 21 for almost $6.4 million. Three homes built from 1963 to 1987 are between 780 and 2,100 square feet. Two Packard Tadlock out of Atlanta is the new owner. The Indian Land property has access off Charlotte Highway, just south of Northfield Drive.
Just beside the property, more than 6 acres at 8565 Charlotte Hwy. in Indian Land sold on Dec. 20 for $1 million. It also sold to Two Packard.
▪ Four Springdale Road properties in Rock Hill sold on Dec. 27 for more than $5.7 million. The properties combine for about 100 acres, roughly split halfway between vacant commercial and residential property. A company affiliated with Johnson Development Associates in Spartanburg bought the Legacy Park sites. The property is between Springdale intersections with Hopewell Road and Williams Industrial Boulevard, across from the large Ross Dress for Less site along I-77.
▪ Progressive Land Development in Rock Hill bought the almost 24,000-square-foot building at 2260 Cherry Road in Rock Hill on Dec. 6 for $3 million. The trade school site built in 1974 more recently dealt in furniture and retail. The property is near the recent redevelopment of the former KMart site in Rock Hill, and the Publix shopping center.
▪ More than 12 acres of property approved for manufacturing sold on Dec. 19 for $3 million. The 130 Neelys Creek Road site in Rock Hill now belongs to Crete Solutions out of Wilmington. The property where Neelys Store meets Lesslie Highway isn’t far from Anderson Road.
▪ A home site on almost 74 acres sold Dec. 15 for more than $2.5 million. The 3776 Countryview Lane property in Rock Hill has a home built in 1965 and another from 2015. The property is between McConnells Highway and Mockingbird Lane.
▪ A combination of 28 properties sold on Dec. 27 for almost $1.8 million. Accent Homes bought the vacant Rock Hill lots for the next phase of the Layton Forest subdivision. The properties are near the York Avenue and Finley Road intersection.
▪ Almost 3 acres of commercial property at 4580 Charlotte Hwy. sold Dec. 27 for $1.3 million. Five commercial buildings there combine for almost 19,000 square feet of storage garage and mini warehouse space, built in 2002. The new owner is Notorious Smitty Storage Empire, based in Lake Wylie.
▪ A more than 5,400-square-foot home on Blue Bay Court in Lake Wylie sold Dec. 14 for almost $1.3 million.
▪ An almost 5,000-square-foot home on Wessington Manor Lane in Fort Mill sold Dec. 28 for almost $1.3 million.
▪ On Dec. 28, Meritage Homes out of Charlotte bought 16 properties in Fort Mill for almost $1.3 million. The properties are part of the Ashe Downs neighborhood.
▪ An almost 5,000-square-foot home on Three Kings Road in Fort Mill sold Dec. 29 for almost $1.2 million. A day later, a separate home on the same road sold for more than $1.1 million.
▪ A 4,300-square-foot Fort Mill home on Dreamcatcher Circle sold Dec. 5 for almost $1.2 million.
▪ An almost 4,000-square-foot Mendenhall Court home in Fort Mill sold Dec. 19 for more than $1.1 million.
▪ A 1,700-square-foot Lake Wylie home on Mariners Bluff Road sold Dec. 22 for $1.1 million.
▪ A 30,000-square-foot commercial property in Lancaster County sold Dec. 11 for more than $1 million. The almost 27-acre property is at 2881 Landsford Hwy. in Lancaster. The property is zoned for industrial use. Carolinas USA Properties out of York bought the warehouse site.
▪ A 4,800-square-foot Abilene Lane home in Fort Mill sold Dec. 29 for more than $1 million.
▪ An almost 6,000-square-foot home on Watermark Point in Fort Mill sold Dec. 20 for more than $1 million.
▪ A 3,700-square-foot Cooks Cove Ridge home in Lake Wylie sold Dec. 28 for more than $1 million.
▪ An acre at 6087 Ancestry Trail in Lancaster County sold on Dec. 1 for $1 million. The Indian Land property is off Harrisburg Road.
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