Huntersville – A Fast Growing Suburb:
Huntersville remains one of the fastest growing suburbs in the state with a population growth of over 85 percent according to the last census. With much of the growth occurring during the past 15 years or so Huntersville has a number of beautifully planned communities.
What’s to Like about Huntersville, NC?
An obvious draw for the area is the sunny climate. The Carolinas are known for their blue skies and moderate temperatures. Being situated less than 4 hours from the beach and even closer to the mountains the location is ideal for various vacation opportunities and outdoor recreation. Within the town of Huntersville are several popular destinations. One “not to miss” for families is the Discovery Place Kids in downtown Huntersville. Other popular destinations are Latta Plantation, the Carolina Raptor Center and Rural Hill Farm.
Being located just north of Charlotte and Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Huntersville is well suited for commuting to the Queen City for work or for pleasure. Since 485 was completed in 2015 getting around has gotten a bit easier and quicker.
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What’s to Like About Real Estate in Huntersville?
It won’t take long to realize there are quite a few established communities in Huntersville as well as plenty of new construction for those that prefer. Since the area experienced most of its growth in the past 15 years, most homes are in planned communities. If you experience sticker shock looking at homes in nearby Cornelius and Davidson, consider Huntersville. Mixed use communities offer apartments, townhomes or single family homes within the same neighborhood. For example check out homes for sale in Birkdale, a successful mixed use community, and nearby Birkdale Village, which has become an attraction in itself for its shopping and dining anchored by a popular cinema. Or you may be looking for a home on the lake – Huntersville has that too. Plenty of shopping, restaurants and entertainment options are right within the town itself or check out what is in nearby Cornelius and Davidson.
Easy access to 77, 85 and 485 means traveling to the beach, the mountains or any of the Northeast states is quite simple. Coupling the accessibility to travel with the varied choice in housing and the fact that home prices, although climbing, are still within reach, makes Huntersville a great choice to begin your home search when relocating to the Charlotte area.
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Aberdeen Park, Abbington Woods, Arbor Croft, Arbormere, Barkley, Beckett, Bellington, Berkeley, Biltmore Park, Brasília Park, Breckenridge, Cabarrus Crossing, Cambridge Grove, Carrington Ridge, Cashion Woods, Cedarfield, Crosswinds, Crown Ridge, Douglas Park, Fullerton Place, Gilead Ridge, Gilead Village, Glenwyck, Green Farm, Greenfield, Hagers Ferry, Hampton Ridge, Harvest Pointe, Henderson Park, Huntington Forest, Huntersridge, Latta Springs, Lookout Point, Macaulay, McCoy Crossing, McGinnis Village, Melbourne, Mirabella, Monteith Park, Monteith Place, Moorecrest, Northstone, Olmstead, Ramah Oaks, Riverdale, Shepherd’s Vineyard, Skybrook, Stephens Grove, Stillwell Village, Stone Hollow, Stonegate Farms, Tanners Creek, The Hamptons, Torrence Crossing, Vermillion, Villages at Rosedale, Willowbrook, Wynfield , Wynfield Creek, Wynfield Forest