Huntersville

Would you like to live in a great small town but have all the advantages of the big city just a few miles away?

Huntersville may just be the place for you!

Downtown Huntersville offers a selection of stores & restaurants, a regular Farmers' Market and Discovery Place Kids.

West of I-77 and at I-77 exit 25 there's additional shopping including the town-square feel of Birkdale Village and a good selection of chain/big box stores.

But there’s a lot more to Huntersville!  

There are numerous parks including Latta Plantation Park where you can explore the trails, kayak on Mountain Island Lake or go horseback riding.
Or you can check out Rural Hill where you can attend the Highland Games or explore the Maize Maze.

Golfers have several choices in the area including golf courses in the Skybrook and Northstone subdivisions both of which have homes starting in the high $200Ks.

Huntersville is at the southern end of Lake Norman - public boat launch for Lake Norman is available at Blythe Landing.

Town of Huntersville

 

Matthews

Although it may seem to be a part of Charlotte, Matthews is actually a separate town which was incorporated in 1879.

With a population of about 27,000 Matthews promotes a family atmosphere and benefits from its small town feel despite being located firmly within Mecklenburg county and the larger Charlotte metro area. 

The town has seen growth in small retail and restaurant locations its downtown area due to recent new construction and has numerous options for both.  There's also a very active year round Farmer's Market every Saturday.

Town of Matthews organizes a Summer Concert Series and Food Truck Fridays both at Stumptown Park as well as numerous other community events during the year. 

Homes in Matthews are available across all price ranges.   Many are subdivision homes although there are numerous older homes and more rural homes on larger lots within the town limits.  

Town of Matthews

 

South End

Historic South End runs along South Boulevard from Uptown to the New Bern light rail station station. It’s an area of restaurants, bars, craft breweries & shopping and is home to many different condo buildings including the Arlington building with its pink windows! Close to uptown and very popular with young professionals who enjoy easy access to the city via the Lynx Light Rail South End offers a pedestrian & bicycle friendly neighbourhood with lots to do!

Single family homes are difficult to find in this area (check out Dilworth to the East for this) but condos are plentiful! Prices range from the mid $100s into the $400s depending on size and proximity to the light rail stations.

https://files.charlottecentercity.org/HistoricSouthEnd-Map.pdf