The neighborhood is located between Quail Hollow Country Club/Carmel Road and Park Road. It’s boredered by Johnston Road and has great accessibility to Pineville-Matthews Road (Highway 51) and I-485. To the southeast, McMullen Creek borders the neighborhood, separating it from other Carmel-area neighborhoods.
Built in the late 1980ss to early 2000s, Cameron Wood is nearly equidistant – only 10 miles – to Uptown and the Ballantyne area of South Charlotte. Shopping and dining aplenty can be found at Quail Corners Shopping Center, nearby SouthPark Mall or the Highway 51 corridor.
Nearby South Charlotte is also known for its multiple golfing destinations, and there are 3 great courses only minutes from Cameron Wood – Carmel, Ballantyne and Quail Hollow country clubs. Within the neighborhood, there is also the Cameron Wood Swim and Racquet Club, where members have access to a pool, tennis courts and a clubhouse. Nearby Harris YMCA is also an option for fitness, swimming and sports.
Cameron Wood has more than 800 homes on its 386 acres of land. Homes are varied in size and architecture, ranging from 1,600 square feet to more than 4,000 square feet. Mature trees and beautiful landscaping add to the curb appeal. Many of the neighborhood’s oldest homes have undergone some level of renovation and updating.
Cameron Wood is divided into 5 subsections or villages. They are: Deer Brooke, Glen Laurel, Park Springs, Stone Croft and Wingfield.
Forty-two homes have sold in Cameron Wood in the last 12 months at an average price of $352,948 and $138 per square foot. Those home sales averaged more than 98% of list price.
As of Dec. 18, there are 7 Quail Hollow homes on the market, with list prices that range from $269,900 to $419,500. Four are under contract as of Dec. 18.
The schools currently zoned for Cameron Wood are all less than a mile away! They are:
Smithfield Elementary School, Quail Hollow Middle School and South Mecklenburg High School.