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Indian Trail

Indian trail

Indian Land is an unincorporated community in the northernmost part (the “Panhandle”) of Lancaster Country, South Carolina, United States. It lies east of Fort Mill, just south of Ballantyne in southern Charlotte, and west of the villages of Marvin and Waxhaw in North Carolina.

Indian Land is a major suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina, located 20 miles (33 km) from Uptown. While not incorporated, the community is assigned with the ZIP code 29707. U.S. Highway 521 is a major highway that runs through the community and connects Indian Land with Charlotte to the north and greater Lancaster County to the south. Find Indian Land Charlotte NC Homes for Sale, real estate, apartments, condos & townhomes with Coterie Exchange Today !

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Indian Trail was originally occupied by the Waxhaw Indian. In fact, the town was so named because it was the path that ran from Petersburg, Virginia, to the Indian settlement. It was settled by the whites in the 1750s. The area’s first post office was established on March 12, 1861, and Cyrus Stevens was appointed the first postmaster. Prior to its incorporation, Indian Trail was a big farming community. The Seaboard Railroad first entered the area in 1874. It was incorporated in 1907.

Indian Trail provides easy access to several historic sites and museums including the Carolinas Aviation Museum, Discovery Place, Historic Rosedale Plantation, Afro-American Cultural Center, and Latta Plantation. The town is also home to several churches such as the Bethel Church and Midway Park Church. You can also visit Andrew Jackson State Park which is only a short distance by car.

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The following schools are within or nearby Indian Land in Charlotte, North Carolina. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family.

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