The Scottish Muir Revisited

The Club at Longview is a Vision Uncompromised

Each time Mel Graham passes through the gates at The Club at Longview, he is struck by the natural beauty of the land—the rolling topography of old trees, natural streams and Six-Mile Creek, along with natural land preserves.

“God gave us a wonderful canvas to work with,” says Graham, the founding partner and visionary of The Club at Longview. And what a masterpiece he and his partners have created.

The Club at Longview is situated in a 500-acre private gated residential community south of Charlotte with the region’s only Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. The Club is consistently ranked one of the top 20 private clubs in North Carolina by Golf Digest ‘Best in State’.

Graham began design and construction of the Club in 2000 and completed it in 2003. He owns it in partnership with James Little, formerly an investment banker, and Bruce Anderson and Pat Welch of Welch, Carson, Anderson & Stowe.

Together, the partners have built a community that promotes an atmosphere of relaxation and exclusivity with uncompromised conveniences and amenities for members to enjoy, with respect for the highest quality design concepts and land preservation.

There are 310 manor-style luxury estates. Approximately half of the home sites are built out with homes valued from $1 to over $10 million. There are 40 home sites remaining for sale. The integrity and high standards of the community are maintained by the Club’s Architectural Review Committee.