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Wall at Wedding Road: Many of you have questions regarding the clean-up/replacement of the wall at Weddington Road. The land that the entrance sits on has been acquired by the NCDOT and is part of the construction project for the new ramp at 485. We are working diligently with the NCDOT to have the wall removed as we know it is not an accurate representation of the beauty of our neighborhood. We will keep this page updated as we learn more on next steps from the NCDOT. Thank you for your patience.
The Providence Plantation neighborhood is located 11 miles south of uptown Charlotte. The subdivision can be reached from I-485 by exiting on Providence Road and heading North. Continue approximately 1.5 miles to the light at High Ridge Road and turn right. Alternatively, you can exit from I-485 to Providence Road and head North, then turn right onto McKee Road in about 0.25 miles. Go approximately three miles to the light on Weddington Road and turn left. You will turn left into the neighborhood at Plantation Road.
The neighborhood has several sections and consists of over 1,400 single-family homes, many featuring large lots and trees. With prices ranging from $300,000-$1,000,000+ for homes built from 1970 to new construction, there are options for most everyone. And surprisingly, families often move within the neighborhood when they are ready for a change.
The Providence Plantation Racquet and Swim Club is located off Houston Branch Road. The neighborhood offers an active homeowners’ group, social groups such as play groups and dinner clubs, a low crime rate and close proximity to shopping and uptown.
Get to know who is new to the neighborhood. This section will tell you all about newcomers to the neighborhood ...Read More
PPHOA 2021 Winter Newsletter Update on the Neighborhood By Bob Hayes, PPHOA President I hope everybody had a great holiday and ...Read More
Dear Residents of Providence Plantation, It is obvious that we are all living through some very strange times. Those of ...Read More
I-485 Weddington Road Interchange The guest speakers for our annual meeting on February 25 were NCDOT Division 10 Super Engineer ...Read More
REPORT OF FLOODING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD Many of you will recall that the HOA recently canvassed the neighborhood regarding flooding ...Read More
The Homeowners Associations and Swim Clubs Explained Within our overall Providence Plantation neighborhood, there are associations – some of which ...Read More