903 Gantt Street Kings Mountain, NC 28086
Community - Kings Mountain
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Situated west of Gastonia near the South Carolina border, Kings Mountain is a small residential city enjoying a picturesque setting. With convenient access to major state parks and larger cities, Kings Mountain enjoys the best of rural and urban living.
Kings Mountain real estate includes a mix of housing options, from quaint starter homes to grand estates on large lots. Homes in Kings Mountain are more affordable than the national average. The majority of Kings Mountain homes are situated on spacious lots, enjoying the area’s rural and scenic setting.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Kings Mountain is a small suburban city nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. The city rests near the crossroads of I-85 and US-74, approximately 10 miles west of Gastonia, 33 miles west of Charlotte, and just 7 miles from the South Carolina border. Most of Kings Mountain is located in Cleveland County with a small eastern portion in Gaston County. The city is primarily residential, but there is a selection of restaurants and shops scattered throughout Kings Mountain, with even more options in nearby Shelby and Gastonia. Kings Mountain Hospital is a top-notch health care facility part of Carolinas HealthCare System based in Charlotte.
Kings Mountain is within just a few miles of two state parks and one national military park, providing plenty of recreational opportunities and natural beauty for residents and visitors. Crowder’s Mountain State Park is located in Kings Mountain, directly to the east of the residential area. Kings Mountain State Park and Kings Mountain National Military Park are situated just across the South Carolina Border, approximately 10 miles away. The Kings Mountain Gateway Trail is a hiking trail from Kings Mountain linking these three major parks. Due to the city’s rural setting, agriculture is still prevalent in the area. Residents may access fresh produce from local farmers at the Foothills Farmers’ Market. Kings Mountain is the site of a major Revolutionary War battle, which is remembered at the annual Gateway Festival, a community event with bluegrass music, a classic car show, living history demonstrations, and a battle reenactment.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Kings Mountain is home to seven public schools in Cleveland County Schools, including North Elementary School, East Elementary School, West Elementary School, Bethware Elementary School, Kings Mountain Middle School, Kings Mountain Intermediate, and Kings Mountain High School. While there are no institutions of higher learning in Kings Mountain, residents are within 20 miles of several colleges and universities, including Cleveland Community College, Gaston College, Belmont Abbey College, and Gardner-Webb University.
The area now known as Kings Mountain was originally called White Plains, but the name was changed when the city was incorporated in 1874. It was named Kings Mountain for the 1780 Revolutionary War battle that was fought 5 miles south of town. Backcountry Patriot militiamen known as “The Overmountain Men” gathered from the Appalachian Mountains, Tennessee, and southwest Virginia, joining other militia from the Yadkin Valley of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. They crossed the Appalachian Mountains and tracked down a contingent of Loyalists under the command of England’s General Cornwallis, defeating them in a brutal battle that ultimately changed the course of the Revolutionary War.
Each October, the city remembers the battle with the Gateway Festival, which includes living history demonstrations, including an encampment and battle reenactment.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 33 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 25.5 Miles
Kings Mountain Hospital: 1 Mile
CaroMont Family Medicine Gastonia: 15 Miles
US-74: 0.5 Mile
I-85: 2 Miles
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