Millbank – Community

Millbank is ideally located – adjacent to the Fort Mill Golf Club, and a short walk to beautiful downtown Fort Mill.  With a planned senior center, shopping, restaurants, and the golf club, you’ll find living is easy here.  Sell your mower and spend time doing what you love, because lawn maintenance is provided by the community homeowners’ association.  Uptown Charlotte is just a short drive away, and offers all the conveniences of city life – including a major airport, plus cultural events, fine dining and more!   


Limited to the 55 and better crowd,  Millbank is an active adult community where you’ll be surrounded by neighbors that share similar interests, making it easy to forge new friendships and make lasting social connections.  


Spend your precious time on our golf course or socializing rather than mowing the lawn.  Yard care is included at Millbank and our new homes are designed to be low maintenance.  If you travel or visit family often, you won’t have to worry about your home.  Our ranch plans provide day to day one level living, with 2nd level options for storage, or bonus space for guests.


Fort Mill Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf course that rolls through tree-lined fairways. The club was founded in 1948 with the front 9 designed by the legendary Donald Ross. George Cobb designed the back 9, which opened in 1959. In the heart of Fort Mill and just minutes from Charlotte, Fort Mill Golf Club is a perennial favorite among local golfers. Conceived by legends of golf design, it features a layout that is friendly to walkers and perfect for an afternoon away.


The sense of community is one of the most praised aspects of living in a 55+ community, as we naturally form friendships with people which we can relate.  Studies have shown that having a sense of community greatly impacts a person’s well-being and quality of life. Neighbors build lasting friendships and often become close –  like family.  Millbank is large enough to allow for a diverse group of neighbors, but not so many that you get lost in the shuffle.

Fort Mill, SC

Fort Mill has grown is size over the last 20 years with a current estimated population of 18,000 people. Fort Mill is a small, picturesque town full of history. Originally called “Little York” and later “Fort Hill”, Fort Mill eventually took its name from a colonial-era British fort and a grist mill that operated on nearby Steele Creek. After the establishment of the Fort Mill Manufacturing Company in 1887, Fort Mill grew into a major center for textile manufacturing.

In the town itself, there are shopping opportunities, dining and plenty of small town entertainment and activities.  From the Millbank Community,  downtown Fort Mill is a pleasant 10 minute walk, or quick drive. Whatever your pleasure, this quaint southern town can provide!  If you are interested in southern culinary, the Local Dish, Hobos, Improper Pig and Southern Sugar are excellent dining venues to visit.  How about meeting neighbors for coffee?  Fort Mill has the one and only Mud Puddle!  Finally, if you are interested in locally crafted beers, Armor Artis Brewing may be your spot.

You’ll find other communities close by that offer more options too – Baxter Village and Kingsley.  Baxter Village has great places to eat, drink and shop all in one area – including local businesses, a library, and a YMCA.  CupCrazed bakery was featured and won “Cupcake Wars”.   Kingsley is another option for food, entertainment, business space and medical facilities.  Fitness enthusiasts will enjoy a Barre 3, Orange Theory, and Carolina Yoga.

Last but certainly not least, Fort Mill has its very own Greenway.   The Anne Springs Close Greenway serves as a nature buffer from urban development and a place to enjoy the great outdoors. The land was donated by the children of Anne Springs Close to honor her lifelong commitment to recreation and the environment. The Greenway is a protected natural area which features hiking, biking, horseback riding and various events. The 2100-acre greenway has forests, lakes and pastures.  It hosts special events like trail races, summer concerts, winter holiday market, goat yoga and a dog park.