Huntersville, NC Homes For Sale

It's hard to believe that Huntersville was once a quiet farming and mill village. Recently, these bustling suburbs ranked second in Forbes Magazine's "Best Places to Move" because of excellent infrastructure, local services, and a strong community spirit. Many people who work in Uptown Charlotte choose Huntersville homes for sale instead of owning property in the big city because they represent an ideal of elegant suburban living and a relatively quick commute.

The homes here range from cute bungalows and cottages to luxurious estates on sprawling acreages. If you're someone who likes to spread out or appreciates a friendly, small town feel, then you'll love the lifestyles made possible Huntersville. Quaint without being boring, suburban without being backwards, Huntersville real estate appeals to truly modern families.

Explore the possibility of living in one of these Huntersville homes for sale today, or begin browsing our complete Huntersville real estate listings below.

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Discover Huntersville, NC Homes For Sale

Huntersville real estate ranges from opulent custom estates on multiple acres of wooded land to traditional family homes on well-appointed, tree-lined streets. This is a town that's proud of a tradition of being friendly and walkable, so many of its newest residential streets include well-lit sidewalks to encourage neighbors to get out and about.

The unprecedented growth in this area since the 1990s means there are plenty of excellent real estate options designed to appeal to families of all sizes and inclinations. Homes and townhomes in the area have been constructed in styles popular with locals, from Craftsman bungalows to Colonial manors, and positively glow with Southern charm. A home in Huntersville can be yours for less than $200,000, though properties in the multi-million dollar range are quite common as well.

Even more modest homes display a pride of ownership that you might expect from such a bustling community, with well-maintained yards, gardens, decks, and even treehouses adding immensely to the curb appeal. Some of the most common features found in Huntersville homes for sale include:

  • Conditioned hardwood flooring
  • Oversized bonus rooms
  • Granite countertops and stainless steel appliances
  • Butler's pantries and walk-in closets
  • Plantation shutters

Of course, those looking to build their own dream homes will also find a number of affordable acreages around Huntersville. These plots offer an enchanting country setting on wooded or former agricultural land and are typically already ready for the construction of private residences. If you've got particular ideas about your ideal home or are looking for a spot that's off the beaten path, these roomy parcels represent the perfect opportunity to carve out your own slice of Huntersville.

Life in Huntersville, North Carolina

Lake Norman sunsetWhere I-77 meets I-485, and just southwest of pristine Lake Norman, you'll find Huntersville, one of North Carolina's premier communities, offering a range of family-friendly neighborhoods for you to call home. Particularly suited to young families, huntersville homes for sale make it easy to access local amenities including a Family Fitness and Aquatics Center, Rural Hill Farm, and recreational fishing for catfish, crappie, and perch on nearby Lake Norman. The people here have an easy time staying active on local hiking trails and equestrian centers too.

Far from just suburban sprawl, the town also includes an elegant row of retailers in Birkdale Village, from locally-owned boutiques to retailers like Williams-Sonoma and Ann Taylor. Terrific upscale-casual restaurants like Red Rocks Cafe, The Melting Pot, and Viva Chicken attract crowds on weekends, while a number of fast food chains along the major thoroughfares make it easy to grab a quick bite if you're on the run. Huntersville real estate makes it easy to access the best of urban, suburban, and rural lifestyles, from farmers markets and hayrides to the Charlotte Symphony Orchetra.

Along with Cornelius and Davidson, Huntersville is a part of "North Meck" and has access to express buses and HOV lanes that make it quick and easy to travel to Uptown Charlotte. There, you'll have access to the city's first-class attractions, including Bank of America Stadium, which is home to the Carolina Panthers, and Time Warner Cable Arena, where the Hornets play. Additionally, popular cultural sites like the Mint Museum Uptown and Bechtler Museum of Modern Art give you a chance to take in some culture, while hip neighborhoods like Plaza Midwood, South End, and NoDa are great places to stroll and take in the local nightlife.

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