Enjoy your new single-story home in Waxhaw's Newest Active Adult Community!
Welcome to Grove Manor, an exceptional active adult community located 2 miles from downtown Waxhaw, NC and minutes from shopping, medical and professional areas.
Beautifully designed homes ranging from 1,541 to 2,865 square feet
Choose from 2 to 4 bedrooms, 2 to 3 bathrooms with 2 car garages
Screened porches, sunrooms, bonus rooms and many other options available
Yard maintenance included
Sales Representative: Paige Holloway
Phone: (704) 430-2030
Model Address: 4519 Waxhaw Marvin Road, Waxhaw, NC 28173
Model Hours: Sunday and Monday from 1:00 to 6:00, Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 to 6:00
Amenities: Furnished Resident's Clubhouse including Grand Social Room, Exercise Room, Multi Purpose Craft Room, Outdoor Gathering Area, Pickleball Court and Walking Trail connection to Carolina Thread Trail
Community Plan and Location
Museum of the Waxhaws
While new generations create new traditions here, many Waxhaw residents are curious about the ancient Native American tribes that once roamed these lands. As new homes are built on the open fields by the creek banks where the Waxhaw Indians once hunted, we intend to preserve knowledge and understanding of the native tribes that first lived here.
The Museum showcases and demonstrates history and culture to visitors in the context of indoor and outdoor exhibits, artistic performances, historical reenactments, and group tours. The basis of our mission is to teach residents of Union County about our regional history.
Cane Creek Park
Cane Creek Park is a family-oriented, water-based recreation space that encompasses 1,050 acres of land surrounding a 350-acre lake. The park provides a natural and scenic environment for a variety of outdoor activities and peaceful relaxation year-round.
The lake is home to some of the best largemouth bass fishing in the state as well as bluegill, crappie and catfish. Shelters and picnic pads are available for rent for family reunions, birthday parties, corporate events, etc
The Queens Cup
The Queen’s Cup is like no other sporting and social event in the Charlotte region. The last Saturday in April in the Piedmont countryside each spring is greeted with great anticipation.
Thousands come to see some of the most athletic thoroughbreds compete at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. The jockeys, dressed in bright colored silks, push their sleek steeds to clear four and a half foot jumps over a two and a quarter to as much as three miles of rolling turf course. The prestige of $150,000 in purse money to the winning owners and the opportunity to bask in the glory of the winner’s circle is what it’s all about from the horse’s connections.
Waxhaw Farmers Market
Visit the local farmers market and pick up some farm-fresh produce, natural meats, fresh eggs, artisan foods and specialty items all locally grown and harvested. Located near the intersection of Providence road and Price street, you will be sure to find vendors displaying fresh from the farm goodness, ready to bring home and to your dinner table. connections.
Other Waxhaw Events
Spring Kaleidoscope Fest – Is held each year in downtown Waxhaw in the Spring and celebrates all things art from the fine arts, musical and performing arts, culinary arts, martial arts and more.
Jammin’ by the Tracks – Kick the summer off right with some great tunes downtown by the tracks. Every Friday night June – August.
Independence Day Celebration – Waxhaw is perhaps best known for its Independence Day parade and fireworks show. The parade takes place on Main Street in Waxhaw beginning at 10 a.m. and is attended by over 12,000 enthusiastic revelers. The celebration continues with the Waxhaw Beach Party and culminates with a fireworks display at 9:30 p.m
Autumn Treasures – Second Week of October – There is something for everyone during Autumn Treasures. This event features the Kansas City Barbeque Society sanctioned “Grill’n & Chill’n’” BBQ cook-off. In addition, the town offers live entertainment and booths with various arts and crafts. A kid zone and array of concessions are enjoyed by participants as well.
Holiday Festival of Lights – The holiday season begins the first Saturday in December when downtown is lit up with over 500,000 white lights adorning downtown trees, buildings, park and streetscapes. Musical entertainment, carriage rides, a visit with Santa Claus and living storefront windows are sure to put you in the festive mood.
Christmas Parade – The Waxhaw Christmas Parade is a little slice of Americana. School marching bands, hundreds of parade entries, and a visit by Jolly Old St. Nick bring Christmas spirit to all who visit.