Chesterfield County is where small town lifestyle meets big city connections to form a virtual paradise for manufacturing.
Located in South Carolina – just southeast of Charlotte, NC – Chesterfield County has easy access to five interstates, CSX rail service and three ports. In addition to having one of the lowest costs of living and doing business in the state, Chesterfield County has the largest number of metal working companies per capita, not only in the state of South Carolina, but in the entire Eastern portion of the United States. Employed at those businesses are non-union workers from the county’s available skilled, semi-skilled and trainable workforce.
Chesterfield County also has sites that are certified by the State of South Carolina and located in rail served industrial parks sitting atop vast quantities of extremely pure ground aquifer water. You can run a business, water a lawn or wash a car without concerns of water restrictions or environmental impact, regardless of rainfall conditions. Around the county sits quality, available buildings, each with reliable wastewater service and supplied with dependable and competitively priced electricity, natural gas, as well as superior telecommunication access including fiber to the premise over a SONET network.
QUALITY OF LIFE
PARKS AND RECREATION
Chesterfield County is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Whether you’re golfing at Cheraw State Park’s 18-hole championship golf course, hiking the Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge, or simply enjoying a city park, connecting with nature is a daily activity in Chesterfield County.
PROXIMITY TO CHARLOTTE
Located within 40 miles of the major metropolitan Charlotte, NC, Chesterfield County offers the best of both worlds: quiet small town living with access to big city amenities.
SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
Whether you’re teeing it up for a round of golf, hitting the trails on foot or horseback, witnessing the grace and precision of sporting dog field trials, heading out for a hunt or fish, or taking in the smell of burning rubber at the racetrack, there’s something for every sportsman in Chesterfield County.
Chesterfield County is home to more than 40 restaurants, ranging from down-home country cooking to new and innovative international dishes, and no one does farm-to-table better than McLeod Farms, offering fresh and delicious county grown fruits and vegetables for sale to the public.