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Mint Hill is a quiet suburban town located around thirteen miles from Uptown Charlotte, located in northwestern Union and southeastern Mecklenburg counties. In 1750, the area of modern-day Mint Hill was settled. It is one of the few communities incorporated twice. It was incorporated in 1890, but the incorporation was dissolved in 1905 because of a road conflict. In 1971, Mint Hill incorporated again and has since held a reputation as being a community that helps its neighbors. Before Europeans began settling in this area, the Catawba Native Americans lived here. The region’s temperate weather, freshwater streams, fertile soil, and abundance of wild game have always been the driving force behind people’s migration to this region. Over the generations, this town has evolved into a comfortable commuter town for those working in Charlotte.

In addition to this long, rich history, Mint Hill has countless other alluring attributes, one being its location in the Charlotte metro area. The Charlotte metro region is the twenty-second largest metro area in the United States. The region is comprised of a sixteen-county market area featuring a large number of attractions that make this a lovely place to settle down. Only minutes from Mint Hill you can find several professional sports franchises such as the Carolina Panthers (NFL), the Charlotte Hornets (NBA), Charlotte Checkers (NHL), as well as the hosting location of two NASCAR Cup Series races, the NASCAR All-Star Race, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and the Wells Fargo Championship. Furthermore, the region has many natural spaces such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is part of the Appalachian Mountains and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Being that the Great Smoky Mountains is one of America’s most visited tourist destinations, you’re sure to find there a vast array of exciting, family-friendly activities from which to choose. It features two main visitors centers, Oconaluftee Visitor Center near Cherokee, North Carolina, and Sugarlands Visitors' Center near the Gatlinburg entrance. The National Park is a hiking wonderland, offering 850 miles of trails of various altitudes and difficulties. It’s also open for camping, fishing, mountain climbing, paragliding, cave exploration, and much more.

Living in Mint Hill places you within walking distance of Brighton Park and only twenty minutes from Uptown. Not just that, but Mint Hill is a community that despite its proximity to big-city attractions, maintains a charming small town feel. For all of these reasons, the community is a popular destination among prospective homebuyers. You can find an exceptional selection of single-family homes for sale in Mint Hill built by Grandfather Homes, Persis Nova, and featuring designs by Robert Foster, Tammy Coulter. These Mint Hill properties often have a long list of fabulous amenities such as custom-built pools, exercise rooms, wet bars, chef’s kitchens, large front and back yards, and so much more. Additionally, Mint Hill has many newly constructed and resale townhouses on the market as well. These units are listed as featuring hardwood floors, granite countertops, tile flooring in the kitchens, private decks, and more. Mint Hill also has several land listings if you’re interested in constructing a home using one of Charlotte’s many builders. Real estate in the Charlotte area sells fast, so if you would like to learn more about homes for sale in Mint Hill, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.

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