Coming to you today to talk again about our amazing community! Last month we talked about why we do what we do, and to put it simply, it’s because we want to build a better place to call home for all of you.
So, this month, let’s dig a little deeper into these communities all around us!
Charlotte is home to some pretty unique areas; it truly has something to offer anyone and everyone looking to relocate. Below are just a few options Charlotte has to offer for any preference.
City living: We’ve certainly got your covered here! Stick to the heart of uptown and it’s immediate surroundings. You’ve got a mix of condo buildings, townhomes, and single family residences. All within walking distance to tons of offices, shops and restaurants.
Specific areas to look in: Any of the 4 wards, South End, Dilworth, Myers Park, Plaza Midwood, Noda.
Moving to the suburbs: There are options circling the entire city like Matthews, Ballantyne, Concord, Huntersville ,Waxhaw, Fort Mill… I think you get the idea here. Again, all home types can be found in any of these cities, you’d just have to narrow down by preference for the small town feel, want more parks or more social options? We can guide you to which city may best fit your specific needs.
Specific areas to look in: Ballantyne, Fort Mill, Concord, Matthews, Waxhaw, Davidson.
Lake life! We’ve got options: Lake Norman, which sits on the north-west side of Charlotte, this is the largest of our immediate local lakes. On the South-west side there is Lake Wylie, a mid-sized option, and in between there is Mountain Island Lake which is the smallest of the three but offers lots of home options with that small-town feeling.
Specific Areas to look in: Tega Cay, Huntersville, Mount Holly, Denver, Lake Wylie.
Country living: If city life isn’t for you that’s OK. Just outside the suburbs Charlotte is still surrounded by country living. With plenty of options if you prefer mountain living, or want space to own horses, maybe even find yourself a small farm.
Specific Areas to look in: Iron Station, Lancaster, Monroe, Statesville, Chester.
This list is of course, just a small number of places around town to check out and doesn't even begin to mention all of the features all around, like the greenways, the U.S. National White Water Center, Crowders Mountain, the Panthers Stadium, to name a few. If you’re considering a move to Charlotte, there are so many great options to choose from, let’s talk about which place best fits you!