Pineville, North Carolina

Pineville is located 11 miles south of Charlotte, outside of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County. The exact location is 35.09 North, 80.89 West. Pineville was introduced 1873 in the state of North Carolina and was named for its large and abundant pines that exist in the area. Currently, it is estimated that 8,500 people live in the area, which was an increase of almost 8,000 since early 1900's. Pineville was also the birthplace of James K. Polk, the 11th U.S. President, which contributes to the historic emphasis of the town.  

Fun Things to Do 

The town of Pineville is relatively small in comparison to the state's largest city, Charlotte. However, there are various places to visit with your fmaily or by yourself such as the park or mall. 

Living Here

Living in Pineville is an option for several families and individuals. The estimated median household income in 2015 was $35,209, which was a decrease from 2000 when the estimated median household income was $38,261. The estimated median house or condo value in 2015 was $156,743, which was a significant increase from 2000 when it was $98,800. 


There are 7 colleges/universities near the town of Pineville. The closest is Queens University of Charlotte located 8 miles away. Central Piedmont Community College is located 10 miles away. Johnson & Wales University-Charlotte is 11 miles away. York Technical College and Winthrop University are 13 miles away. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is about 18 miles and Gaston College is about 24 miles.


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