Welcome to Bridgehampton

Contact a Bridgehampton Neighborhood Expert Today

704.661.2402

Request More Info


A beautiful, community-oriented neighborhood nestled along the North and South Carolina border. Proximity to good schools, top businesses, and endless entertainment, along with state-of-the-art amenities are just a few reasons why more and more people are choosing to call it home. Welcome to Bridgehampton.

Most people have a preference as to which of the Carolinas they prefer, but residents of Bridgehampton really do not have to choose. The homes on the North Carolina side tend to be closer to shopping, dining, and other services, while the taxes are a little lower on the South Carolina side. Both school systems have excellent reputations. Aside from that, which side you choose is entirely up to your personal preference and what is available in this sprawling community where neighbors become lifelong friends.

Bridgehampton is a social neighborhood. From kids’ holiday parties to gatherings for adults, there is always a way to get out there and get to know the people who live around you. If you prefer a casual meeting, you are sure to bump into several neighbors when you head to the pool on a warm Carolina summer day or go for a walk down the sidewalk-lined streets.

Beyond the people, you will find an assortment of grand and traditional homes in Bridgehampton. There is truly something to fit all tastes and budgets. Best of all, everything you could ever need is just a quick car ride away. To the west, you will find the newly developed RedStone shopping center. To the east is the Ballantyne community, which has its own corporate park and entertainment facilities. Beyond those areas are some of Charlotte’s most sought-after attractions and business opportunities.

History

The homes in Bridgehampton were built between 2000 and 2004, but the land in the Charlotte area has a much more storied past. Rivers, fertile land, and Native American trading paths attracted European settlers to the area during the mid-18th century, and they incorporated the city in 1768. The settlers named it for Queen Charlotte of England, the wife of King George III. After a short-lived gold rush that began in 1799, Charlotte remained an agricultural city until after the Civil War.

The late 19th century saw the railroads moving into town. Combine the new transportation and access to other cities with the cotton farming and manufacturing that was taking place, and Charlotte soon became one of the biggest producers of textiles in the nation. It was not until the 1970s and 1980s that the city became the banking and finance hub that it is today. One of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, Charlotte is currently the second-largest financial center in the United States.

Quick Facts

  • Population: 4,296
  • Students who live on the North Carolina side of the neighborhood will attend Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, while students on the South Carolina side will attend schools in the Lancaster School District. Both districts feature highly-ranked schools.
  • Bridgehampton residents have access to Charlotte’s top employers, including Novant Health, Lowe’s, American Airlines, Duke Energy, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo.
  • Bridgehampton is approximately 5 miles from Atrium Health Pineville, one of the top hospitals in the city.
  • The neighborhood has its own homeowners’ association which is very active throughout the year. It runs a website that allows residents to keep up with everything going on in the community and puts together several events throughout the year, such as holiday parties.

Local Attractions

Bridgehampton’s unique location offers residents a variety of things to do when they are in need of entertainment, from spending time in the great outdoors to enjoying a delicious meal from an award-winning restaurant. The proximity to Ballantyne means residents are just minutes from golf, a luxury spa, a movie theater, shopping, and dining. Several other popular shopping and dining spots are all just a quick drive away. Several family-friendly attractions, like Carowinds and Sports Connection, are so close you can visit anytime you want. Of course, Uptown Charlotte’s museums, sports, plays, concerts, and nightlife are just over 15 miles to the north of the neighborhood.

Dining

  • Cast Iron Waffles – Cast Iron Waffles is one of the more unique eateries near Bridgehampton because the only thing you will find on the menu is its authentic Belgian Liege waffles in a variety of flavors. Gluten-free options are also available. The restaurant also offers a variety of beverages, including coffees, teas, smoothies, and more.
  • OGGI Ristorante Italiano – Another great place to grab a meal near Bridgehampton is OGGI. The family-owned restaurant is a tad on the upscale side with its sleek interior and fresh authentic Italian cuisine. The best part is the fact that handmade fresh pasta is available daily.
  • Red Rocks Cafe – If you have lived in Charlotte for any period of time, you are probably familiar with Red Rocks Cafe. The RedStone location is the third for the local owners. Each menu item is named for a Charlotte local which makes the menu fun to read. Many gluten-free items are available. They also offer a Sunday brunch which is a perfect place to take visiting family and friends.

Entertainment, Nightlife & Things To Do

  • Carowinds – Bridgehampton is just under 10 miles from North Carolina’s top amusement park, Carowinds, which means fun for the entire family at your fingertips. The park offers thrill rides, family rides, a water park, Planet Snoopy, live entertainment, food, and seasonal attractions Scarowinds and Winterfest.
  • Sports Connection – For family fun a little closer to home, head to Sports Connection. Kids and grownups alike can bowl, play laser tag, drive bumper cars, climb the rock wall or ropes course, play arcade games, and so much more.
  • Regal Cinemas Ballantyne Village 5 – When you really want to see the latest blockbuster films out of Hollywood, head to Regal Cinemas Ballantyne Village 5 in nearby Ballantyne Village. The theater offers comfortable seating and concessions, and it is just minutes from Bridgehampton.

Real Estate Information

There are approximately 550 homes in Bridgehampton, some of which are located in North Carolina and some of which are located in South Carolina. John Weiland built most of the homes here during the early 2000s. The stately and traditional homes are typically two-story brick and offer between 3,000 and 5,500 square feet of living space. Prices typically range from the mid $500,000s to the mid $700,000s on the North Carolina Side and $390,000s to the mid $690,000s on the South Carolina side.

The community has its own homeowners’ association, a clubhouse, a pool, tennis courts, a volleyball court, a basketball court, and a playground.

Popular Neighborhoods

  • Bridgehampton

Homes for Sale in Bridgehampton

CarolinaMLSThe data relating to real estate on this website derive in part from the CarolinaMLS Internet Data Exchange program. Brokers make an effort to deliver accurate information, but buyers should independently verify any information on which they will rely in a transaction. All properties are subject to prior sale, change or withdrawal. Neither this website nor any listing broker shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation, or misprints, and they shall be held totally harmless from any damages arising from reliance upon this data. This data is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties they may be interested in purchasing. © 2020 CarolinaMLS