Charlotte NC's Top Ten Selling Neighborhoods are the Secret Ingredient - Video
Charlotte NC's Top Ten selling neighborhoods are the Secret Ingredient to your relocation success. And if you live in one of Charlotte's top 10 neighborhoods and are wanting to know your home's value, stay tuned and don't trust your Zillow Zestimate! Answering the question, "Why is everyone moving to Charlotte?" could be summed up in asking it this way. Why is everyone moving to Highland Creek, Myers Park, Plaza Midwood, Berewick, Madison Park, Stonehaven, Dilworth, Starmount, Kingsbridge, and Cameron Wood? Yes, there you have it! While Highland Creek is much more like Berewick than Dilworth, and Myers Park is night and day different from Kingsbridge, these top 10 selling neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina have this in common. They are the most popular destinations for those relocating to Charlotte. And believe me, lots of folks are! My YouTube real estate video tours are being watched 24/7 by relo home buyers coming to Charlotte as a business-related relocation or simply just Baby Boomers downsizing and relocating to the Carolinas. My phone rings a lot with people who have just watched my YouTube video tour of Berewick, for instance, and are asking for Buyer Agent representation to help them purchase their next home. Call-Text 704-345-3400 for yourself.
Top Ten Selling Neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina for Relocation
HIGHLAND CREEK is a large master-planned subdivision with 13,000 rooftops, filled with amenities, divided by the Charlotte-Concord, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus County lines in Charlotte's northeast corridor. Expect to pay from the mid 100's to the upper 300's. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Highland Creek>
MYERS PARK is one of Charlotte's oldest and most grand neighborhoods. Here, you will discover a panoply of the city’s grandest homes under a canopy of massive, old willow oaks. There is much history here, as Charlotte was moving south from the Center City's four wards. Hear the history of how Myers Park got it's name in my exclusive YouTube video "Myers Park in Charlotte NC History Tour">. Older "tear-down" homes can be found for roughly 300-400k and Myer's Park mansions range roughly in the 1-2 million dollar range, even up to $4,000,000+. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Myers Park>
PLAZA MIDWOOD is one of Charlotte's "hip hoods" meaning that if you're a hipster, you must see this historic neighborhood that is close to town, fun, and well, hip! Quaint cottages and craftsman-stye bungalows give way to many urban infill, open-concept new construction homes with varying price points. Drive along Central Avenue to see where the original Family Dollar was, in the same block with the very first Harris Teeter. Walkability is remarkable in Plaza Midwood and The Plaza is an amazing boulevard on which to stroll. Take my Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Tour>. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Plaza Midwood>
BEREWICK in southwest Charlotte is that amenity-filled master-planned Pappas community in the Steele Creek area near the Tanger Premium Outlet mall, and not far from the Charlotte Airport. New construction homes are still being built in Berewick and whether new or resale, a great value can be found in this popular Charlotte neighborhood. You can easily purchase a two-story home from $200,000 - 400,000 and even new construction under $300,000. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Berewick>
MADISON PARK is an older Charlotte neighborhood with varying architectural styles including ranch homes built in the 1950's, Colonials, and modern style homes, some with split levels. This established Charlotte subdivision features mature tree-lined streets. Prices range from the low 100's to the mid 300's. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Madison Park>
STONEHAVEN can be found at the corner of Sardis and Rama Roads. So, it is close to all things Charlotte and even offers a pool, clubhouse, playground and tennis. Affordable housing with homes under $100,000 and larger homes in the $200,000 - 300,000 - 400,000+ range. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Stonehaven>
DILWORTH is a much sought-after, historic neighborhood that is close to town and walkable. You'll always see folks walking their dogs and their kids through the tree-lined streets, stopping to visit, and building a fun community in which to live. You may purchase a home that needs lots of love or one that has been completely renovated, but it's easy to spend $700,000 - 800,000 - 900,000 or more. I love being involved in the annual Dilworth home tour. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Dilworth>
Neighborhood Tour of Dilworth Homes For Sale in Charlotte NC
STARMOUNT homes priced in the 100's are rare, but 200k + and up are more like it. Near the Light Rail, this popular neighborhood has an abundance of 1960’s ranch style homes. You'll find Starmount just off of South Boulevard, Charlotte NC 28210. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Starmount>
KINGSBRIDGE is that popular Steele Creek community on the southwest side of Charlotte with lots of newer homes, most recently built by Adams Homes. Unlike some older neighborhoods, you'll see lots of modern finishes, stainless appliances, granite countertops and hardwood floors here. Expect to spend roughly $250,000 - 300,000+. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Kingsbridge>
CAMERON WOOD is a south Charlotte charmer with lots of amenities that draw great families. Great value can be found here with homes priced in the low 200's, 300's, and up to 400k. Located next to Quail Hollow Country Club, and not far from Carmel Country Club. Search current listings of all homes for sale in Cameron Wood>
If you're considering buying or selling a home in Charlotte, including any of Charlotte NC's Top Ten Selling Neighborhoods, then Call or Text 704-345-3400; I may be your Secret Ingredient! Oh, and just for fun, let's give you a bonus neighborhood, Southampton in Ballantyne. Southampton subdivision home value YouTube video and homes for sale are here>.