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Where is your next move?  We enjoy a huge variety of Charlotte and surrounding area communities to choose from including urban, suburban, lake living, condominiums, 55+ retirement, golf course communities.  One is sure to suit your lifestyle and our goal is to provide many desirable choices that meet both your wants and needs.


Uptown Charlotte – Over 10,000 people call center city home.  Walk to work, grocery, sports venues, museums, restaurants, night life, and much more.  Lots of choices in sizes and building amenities many within an easy walk of almost everything.   Residential buildings like Radcliffe (shown at right), 230 South Tryon, The Avenue, The Trademark, Courtside, The Skye, 400 North Church, 5th & Poplar, and Jefferson Square are just a few names to explore.




MidtownMyers Park – Every city or town has it’s most prized and photographed street and Queens Road in Myers Park is no except.  It is included on our realtor city preview drives with new to Charlotte buyers and visitors.   A neighborhood steeped in history and city affluence, it’s first homes date to 1915.  One of Charlotte’s finest and most sought after communities, it is indeed one of our oldest.  Just minutes from center city with short commute for uptown careers.   Myers Park is bordered by Dilworth and Sedgefield to the west, and the prestigious neighborhood Eastover to just east.


Dilworth – Historic tree lined community established in the 1890’s bye Edward Dilworth Latta is filled with bungalows and colonial revival architecture.

NoDaPlaza Midwood – Historic, diverse, picturesque, tree lined neighborhood pedestrian friendly just minutes northeast of uptown.

SouthPark – Just 6 miles from center city, SouthPark anchors the south central area of the city featuring mid century brick communities, shopping, and lots to like.

Ballantyne – South Charlotte upscale neighborhoods established within the past two decades complete with shopping, recreation, price point and lifestyle choices

Lake Norman – 15 miles from uptown Charlotte, 34 miles long and 520 miles of shoreline with water recreation lifestyle – some say the best of everything!

Lake Wylie – Seven miles from Charlotte and including area just over the state line, this North and South Carolina area features close proximity to Charlotte’s growing airport, south Charlotte amenities and of course, the lake lifestyle.

South Charlotte – from Providence Road to Park including both sides of Pineville-Matthews Road (Highway 51) enjoy an assortment of architectural & pricing choices with upscale groceries, many restaurants and endless choices for singles, families and seniors.

North Charlotte – a variety of lifestyle and pricing choices from the university area to Highland Creek minutes from Uptown and connected to the new link to I-485.

Southwest Charlotte –  Stretching from just west of the airport with lots of new growth and construction south to Rivergate shopping which anchors the corridor as it winds south to Lake Wylie and the state line.

Mountain Island Lake – a quick 12 to 15 minutes from uptown Charlotte this area offers a choice of price points and construction all designed around a lake living lifestyle.

Matthews and Mint Hill –  Southeast of Charlotte on the I-485 loop, both communities invite a small town atmosphere with the ease of a half hour plus commute to the heart of town.   Featuring larger lots, neighborhoods with community pool amenities, and lots of recreation (golf, tennis, YMCA’s, soccer, etc.) create more choices for home buyers.

Northwest Charlotte – Mountain Island Lake and communities north to NorthLake Mall features many choices for those desiring to be a short commute with lots of recreation things to do from water, golf and biking.

WeddingtonWaxhaw, and Indian Trail in Union County just south of I-485 are just a few of the nearby communities that surround southern Charlotte often offering larger lot sizes and an assortment of large and small home size community choices.

Cornlieus/Huntersville – Just twelve minutes north of town on I-77 exits 23 and 25 this area is a wealth of home choices for telecommuters plus singles to empty nesters.  Loads of shopping, medical, recreation choices nearby.  Average home price is high due to lake front properties in the mix but don’t miss this area with lots more bang for the buck.

University Area –