Charlotte Real Estate

    Charlotte, NC real estate is in demand right now, especially in the historic district. Charming neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, giant oak trees, and beautifully restored homes of many styles are the highlights of the city’s real estate market.¬†Uptown Charlotte (or Center City Charlotte as many call it) is one of the fastest growing areas for business and residents are attracted here with housing choices of lofts, condos, apartments and single-family homes. Light Rail, public transportation, restaurants, convention center, bars, and trendy art galleries are all walking distance of one another in Center City. If you want sports – Carolinas Panther Stadium for NFL football, Bobcats arena for NBA basketball, and the NASCAR Hall of Fame for racing fans in 2010 are located nearby.

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    Real Estate for Sale in Charlotte, NC

    Historic neighborhoods in Charlotte include Dilworth, Myer’s Park, North Davidson, Eastover and Wesley Heights. With prices ranging from $150,000 to over $1 million, home styles include Tudor, Georgian, colonial and renovated high rise condos in North Davidson. If you love living in a city that exudes southern charm within walking distance to quaint shops and one-of-a-kind restaurants, consider purchasing a home in a historic neighborhood in Charlotte.

    Dilworth, Myer’s Park and Eastover

    Dilworth is a well-established, highly sought after historic neighborhood in Charlotte, with the average price of $395,000. Two-story homes are roomy with modern, top-end amenities. Myer’s Park’s prestigious, stately homes are private, overlooking beautiful wide tree-lined streets and are available for over $1 million. The Eastover neighborhood has a variety of styles, including English Tudors and Georgian style homes that are priced from $850,000 and up.

    North Davidson and Wesley Heights

    You can purchase a home in North Davidson, located in an arts district in north Charlotte, for $125,000 to over $1 million. High rise condos were built in the old mill neighborhoods of 1920. The neighborhood itself has art galleries, eclectic retail stores and restaurants lining the main street. The Wesley Heights neighborhood offers bungalow-style living for an affordable price. They can be found for under $150,000. This neighborhood is perfect for those who are on a budget.

    Charlotte, NC Attractions

    Charlotte has been noted as one of the top 20 fastest growing metropolitan cities in the United States. Home to the North Carolina Panthers, the Bank of America Stadium, the Motor Speedway and the Afro-American Cultural Center, Charlotte can easily be accessed from I-77. Enjoy the many art galleries in the city, and take time to visit the North Carolina Historic Museum. There are many parks in Charlotte for outdoor activities such as hiking, jogging and biking, and the Freedom Park Festival has hundreds of artist’s works on display for residents to enjoy.

    Charlotte is also known as “Queen City,” named after King George III’s wife, Queen Charlotte. The city itself is charming and the homes are lovely with historic charm and character. Many people choose to purchase land and build a new home, some desire maintenance-free condo living with amenities like fitness centers, pools and a spa, and others choose to live in majestic homes in the historic neighborhoods where they can easily walk to shops and restaurants.

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