Kannapolis

With a population of 44,000 Kannapolis is a small town but very conveniently located to Charlotte and the Piedmont area.  Originally a mill town the city is now home of the NC Research Campus which was developed as an economic revitalization tool and which dominates the downtown landscape.

Kannapolis boasts its own AAA baseball team, the Intimidators as well as the NC Music Hall of Fame.

Homes in Kannapolis are cheaper than in Charlotte and in neighboring Concord and recent improvements to both I-85 and the completion of I-485 have made the city an attractive option to many seeking a more economical housing option or who enjoy the small-town feel.   You can still buy a smaller single family home for well under $100k in Kannapolis but most properties are older and there are very few townhome/condo opportunities. 

City of Kannapolis

 

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

 

Dilworth

Just south-west of Uptown, Dilworth is one of Charlotte’s original suburbs and still one of the most popular. Just south of Uptown it offers charm, character and the traditional feel of the neighborhood. Older homes and a wide variety of independent stores and restaurants round out the appeal of this popular commuter friendly neighborhood.

Prices for renovated historical homes can reach prices well over the $1mill mark but single family homes are available starting at around $300,000. Condos can start in the high $100s but the majority of recently renovated/built condo units list at over $200,000.

 
Favorite Places: