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Marvin

Located across the Union County line from Ballantyne, Marvin is a traditionally sleepy village witnessing rapid changes beyond its borders.

Village planners have made a point to preserve the rural, low-density appeal of this charming suburb. With a longstanding presence in Union County, William Douglas Property Management recognizes and appreciates the quieter side of suburban life in Marvin. If your community is looking for new HOA management, put your trust in William Douglas to protect the simplicity that the residents of Marvin are seeking.

Marvin NC Facts

Marvin, North Carolina, or the Village of Marvin, is located in Union County. Marvin is a suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina, and is around 20 miles from downtown Charlotte. Marvin is one of the fastest-growing communities in North Carolina. The 2019 U.S. Census population estimate for Marvin was 6,792. Marvin’s zip code is 28173. The area code is 704. 

Per the United States Census Bureau for Marvin

Historical population

Census Pop. %±

2000 1,039 —-%

2010 5,579 437.0%

2019 6,792 (est.) 21.7%

Population per 2010 Census: 5,579

Male population: 49.5%

Female population: 50.5%

Population under 18 years: 32.8%

Population 65 years & over: 8.9%

High school graduate or higher 2015-2019: 96.7%

Bachelor’s degree or higher 2015-2019: 73.3%

Median home value 2015-2019: $677,800

Owner-occupied: 95.8%  

Total households 2015-2019: 1,867

As of the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 527 businesses within the Village of Marvin.  

In 1842, a western area of Anson county and an eastern area of Mecklenburg County were formed into Union County. The City of Monroe was founded in 1843 at roughly the center of the newly formed Union County as the county seat. The city was named in honor of the fifth President of the United States, James Monroe. The U.S. Census for 1850 determined the population of Union County was 10,051. The U.S. Census for 2010 determined the Union County population had increased to 201,292, and the population estimate per the U.S. Census for 2019 was 244,562. 

Marvin is situated in the most western part of Union County next to the Mecklenburg County line and the South Carolina state line. The Village of Marvin was incorporated on July 1, 1994. The name village’s name “Marvin” originated from Methodist bishop Enoch Mather Marvin (1823 – 1877). Marvin United Methodist Church was named in his honor, and thus the community around the church became known as Marvin.

Per the 2010 U.S. Census, Marvin’s land area is 5.89 square miles. Marvin is conveniently located in Charlotte, especially the Ballantyne area, just across the Mecklenburg County line. In attempts to control growth and preserve greenspace, Marvin has enacted some of the strictest zoning restrictions in the area. One being housing units per 100 acres, which cannot exceed 86 units. Age-restricted communities are exempt from this zoning restriction.    

Marvin has a 27-acre park with a playground with over one mile of walking trails. The public schools in Marvin are considered excellent. There are three top-rated high schools in the area. For three years in a row, Cuthbertson High School was named a North Carolina Honor School of Excellence. Charlotte Magazine named Marvin Ridge High School as the top-performing public high school in the region. In addition, Weddington High School was listed in Newsweek as one of America’s Best High Schools.

Marvin

Located across the Union County line from Ballantyne, Marvin is a traditionally sleepy village witnessing rapid changes beyond its borders.

Village planners have made a point to preserve the rural, low-density appeal of this charming suburb. With a longstanding presence in Union County, William Douglas Property Management recognizes and appreciates the quieter side of suburban life in Marvin. If your community is looking for new HOA management, put your trust in William Douglas to protect the simplicity that the residents of Marvin are seeking.

Marvin NC Facts

Marvin, North Carolina, or the Village of Marvin, is located in Union County. Marvin is a suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina, and is around 20 miles from downtown Charlotte. Marvin is one of the fastest-growing communities in North Carolina. The 2019 U.S. Census population estimate for Marvin was 6,792. Marvin’s zip code is 28173. The area code is 704.

Per the United States Census Bureau for Marvin

Historical population

Census Pop. %±

2000 1,039 —-%

2010 5,579 437.0%

2019 6,792 (est.) 21.7%

Population per 2010 Census: 5,579

Male population: 49.5%

Female population: 50.5%

Population under 18 years: 32.8%

Population 65 years & over: 8.9%

High school graduate or higher 2015-2019: 96.7%

Bachelor’s degree or higher 2015-2019: 73.3%

Median home value 2015-2019: $677,800

Owner-occupied: 95.8%

Total households 2015-2019: 1,867

As of the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 527 businesses within the Village of Marvin.

In 1842, a western area of Anson county and an eastern area of Mecklenburg County were formed into Union County. The City of Monroe was founded in 1843 at roughly the center of the newly formed Union County as the county seat. The city was named in honor of the fifth President of the United States, James Monroe. The U.S. Census for 1850 determined the population of Union County was 10,051. The U.S. Census for 2010 determined the Union County population had increased to 201,292, and the population estimate per the U.S. Census for 2019 was 244,562.

Marvin is situated in the most western part of Union County next to the Mecklenburg County line and the South Carolina state line. The Village of Marvin was incorporated on July 1, 1994. The name village’s name “Marvin” originated from Methodist bishop Enoch Mather Marvin (1823 – 1877). Marvin United Methodist Church was named in his honor, and thus the community around the church became known as Marvin.

Per the 2010 U.S. Census, Marvin’s land area is 5.89 square miles. Marvin is conveniently located in Charlotte, especially the Ballantyne area, just across the Mecklenburg County line. In attempts to control growth and preserve greenspace, Marvin has enacted some of the strictest zoning restrictions in the area. One being housing units per 100 acres, which cannot exceed 86 units. Age-restricted communities are exempt from this zoning restriction.    

Marvin has a 27-acre park with a playground with over one mile of walking trails. The public schools in Marvin are considered excellent. There are three top-rated high schools in the area. For three years in a row, Cuthbertson High School was named a North Carolina Honor School of Excellence. Charlotte Magazine named Marvin Ridge High School as the top-performing public high school in the region. In addition, Weddington High School was listed in Newsweek as one of America’s Best High Schools.

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