Charlottes Got A Lot!





This sparse suburban community has lots to offer its residents, including a wide range of parks, restaurants and shopping. Boasting one of the best places to live in Charlotte, Huntersville's school system is one of the best in the Charlotte area. Lake Norman is just a 10 minute drive and highway 77 will get you into Uptown Charlotte in 15 minutes. Looking for a suburban home, but have an affection for Charlottes sports and entertainment, Huntersville fits the bill. 


Pineville sits north of the border of South Carolina and provides residents with vast opportunties for outdoor recreation and shopping.


The town of Matthews is a small suburban community, just 20 minutes outside of Charlotte, NC. It provides its residents with that small-town feel with access to plentiful shopping and recreation. Matthews borders the town of Mint Hill and is a popular destination for families looking for great schools, small-town feel, and quick access to Metro Charlotte.  Looking for cozy ... this is it.


The town of Harrisburg lies between the city of Charlotte and the town of Concord. It is a desired destination for those looking for a rural atmosphere with plenty of recreations, open spaces and top-ranked schools.


The town of Concord, NC in located Cabarrus County and is home to NASCAR's Motor Speedway and one of NC's top attractions. Rich with history and outdoor recreation venues, Concord thrives to maintain that small town feel and family atmosphere. Take a walk through downtown Concord and experience the historic buildings and old time charm its residents enjoy. Don't forget to stop by the Cabarrus Creamery and experience some of the best homemade ice cream in the area. If you're in need of open spaces, waterways and plenty of charm, the town of Concord should be on your short list.


On of the most Vibrant, up and coming communities in the Charlotte area ... NoDa (North Davidson) has it all for those looking for an eclectic and stimulating atmosphere. Attractive to local professionals due to its access to restaurants, bars, shops and parks. Much of NoDa is rooted in its historical textile manufacturing industry, with many of these historical buildings being repurposed to accommodate its vibrant culture. Walkability is key to NoDa' vibe, so if urbanism is your thing, you will certainly feel right at home here. 

Fort Mill, SC

Fort Mill, located in York County, SC ... home of Anne Springs Close Greenway and one the best boating destinations in the Carolinas. Theres no shortage of great water views here, new construction homes are plentiful and you'll be sure to see your neighbors at the plentiful local eateries and outdoor recreational outlets. While experiencing massive growth in the past few years it still manages to preserve its small town charm. Bring you boat, fishing pole and hiking gear because its all here !