Monroe Homes for Sale

Monroe homes for sale range from the highly affordable to the truly luxurious. A city just south of Charlotte, Monroe has a long and well-preserved history that makes its downtown area a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The homes for sale in Monroe offer lots of space, both inside and outside, for a low price, and range from historic Victorian buildings to more modern developments. This small city is the first stop for homebuyers looking to move away from Charlotte without going too far.

Have a look at our extensive real estate listings, or learn more about what makes Monroe real estate such a steal below.

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Explore Monroe Real Estate

The Monroe real estate market spans a wide range of prices, from as low as $80,000 to upwards of $1.5 million. The variety of houses, properties, and locations that sell for these very different prices ensures that there's something for everyone. Some of the most beautiful homes for sale in Monroe are older, colonial estates on large properties, while others among Monroe's most exceptional homes are on the Lake Twitty waterfront. You will find country villas and Georgian homes for sale above $600,000 that offer immense floor plans of over 7,000 square feet, with French doors, custom cabinetry, and luxurious master suites.

But the real wonder of Monroe real estate is how affordable so many of the nicer homes are. The northwest side in particular is known for its large homes and even larger properties, and the truth is that the price you pay will reflect a trade-off between home size and acreage—you can find 10-acre lots with smaller houses for a similar price to larger houses on half-acre lots. Finally, the most affordable homes are located near the center of the city, and tend to sell for below $180,000. If you like large homes, larger properties, and low prices, you'll find what you're looking for in Monroe.

Life in Monroe, NC

Monroe is a welcoming city with many families from a variety of backgrounds. The downtown area is a blend of well-preserved historic buildings and modern businesses, and the main part of the city is quite walkable, so you'll have an easy time exploring and finding downtown sites like the Sweet Union Flea Market and the Heritage Room. While the city sees a lot of through-traffic during the days and tourism on weekends, Monroe is quiet in the evenings, save for a few locals on their way to dinner at Duke's Grill or Taquiera La Unica.

While residents of Monroe spend much of their time enjoying their large yards and historic city, they are known to venture further afield. With the Rolling Hills Country Club just to the north, central Charlotte 45 minutes away, and nearby Lake Wylie a great vacation destination, the people of Monroe are never at a loss for somewhere interesting to go.

Does Monroe sound like somewhere you would love to live? Contact the Redbud Group for advice with your home search!

CANOPY MLS Logo Based on information submitted to the MLS GRID as of July 3rd, 2020 at 6:30am CDT. All data is obtained from various sources and may not have been verified by broker or MLS GRID. Supplied Open House Information is subject to change without notice. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information.