why live in ballantyne: Happening In Ballantyne: The Ballantyne Wellness Fair And Pumpkin Contest - 10/23/17 12:55 PM
The annual Ballantyne Wellness Fair & Pumpkin Contest is taking place this week, Thursday, October 26th from 11:30 am till 1:30 pm. Sponsored by the Ballantyne Country Club, the fair will give you the chance to connect with some 50+ local health and wellness vendors, receive valuable health tips, enjoy festive activities such as a photo station,  food truck fare, and lots  of great giveaways!
Activities on Thursday's agenda include:
Free fitness classes, including Restorative Yoga (11:45 am till 12:15 pm) and Circuit Max Training (12:45 pm till 1:15 pm) Golf Short Game Clinics Tennis Clinics  Free flu shots, free body scans, free posture testing Dog adoption … (26 comments)

why live in ballantyne: Charlotte's Ballantyne Area Rated One of 3 Hottest 2017 Neighborhoods - 01/25/17 05:33 AM
 Charlotte's Ballantyne Area A Hot Neighborhood
The Ballantyne area of south Charlotte in North Carolina has just been rated by Redfin as one of the THREE HOTTEST NEIGHBORHOODS FOR 2017 in Charlotte! As a long-time resident of Ballantyne and a big booster of this part of the Queen City... I'm thrilled.
Ballantyne is a suburban area of Charlotte in the 28277 zip code with an urban vibe and sensibility and there are great reasons to live in Ballantyne, just some of which include:

Top-rated, award-winning public schools. But it's also in easy commuting distance to some of Charlotte's top private schools and the … (18 comments)

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