Popular Huntersville Homes and Neighborhoods
If you are shopping for a home in Charlotte, make sure to check out Huntersville homes for sale.
Back in 1990, Huntersville was just a little town of 3, 000-now, it’s over 43, 000.
Located 15 miles north of Charlotte, it offers all the amenities of city life beautifully packaged amongst tree lined, sidewalk communities. Over two-thirds of the residents have come from out of state (relocations) since 1995, it’s no wonder Forbes’ recently ranked Huntersville #2 in its top 25 for America’s Most Affordable Places to Live.
The median Huntersville home for sale price is $231, 400. Newcomers can choose from a broad range of Huntersville real estate.
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Huntersville Foreclosures and New Huntersville Homes
Make your best offer. If the bank gets into a bidding war, you are most likely still getting a very good deal on a home. Bank owned property is typically put on the market at an attractive price to draw multiple offers in.
Working with a Realtor is the best way to make sure you are not over paying for a home. The same can be said about new construction…buyer beware, hire a Realtor to be on your side.
As one would expect, some Huntersville homes for sale are foreclosures and in good condition; these will be a bit tougher to purchase than a property that that is in poor shape. Some foreclosures are virtually brand new homes, where others are sold “as is-where is”.
Huntersville properties listed here are new homes and new construction.
Huntersville Homes and Luxury Properties
Like much of the Charlotte region, you’ll find plenty of golf courses, country clubs and fine luxury homes for sale in the Huntersville area. We’ve selected two communities for you to preview, below.
It’s not all about golf though, Huntersville homes are set right in the midst of lots of great things to do. Such as area concerts, festivals, lots of great dining and shopping, to include restaurants like Midtown Sundries and the Rusty Rudder that give you access to food and entertainment via boat or car.
Go green and enjoy the Torrence Creek Greenway, Blythe’s Landing, Jetton Park and Ramsey Creek Park. Huntersville home owners also has a wonderful new family fitness center with a masterfully planned outdoor water fun park
Information on Huntersville Schools
Schools include the new Hough High School as well as Hopewell and North Mecklenburg High School
J.M. Alexander Middle, Bailey Middle, and Francis Bradley Middle School.
Elementary: Huntersville Elementary, and Blythe Elementary, along with Cornelius Elementary and Torrence Creek Elementary.
If you are shopping for Huntersville Homes for Sale, make sure to check out homes near Huntersville in Cornelius, Concord and Davidson.
And remember, if you need help with find the right Huntersville homes for you, give us a call and we will begin by fine tuning a search!