Considering a North Carolina home?

If you’re looking for property in North Carolina then you’ll find that the Charlotte area is a hard one to beat.

Some of the Charlotte homes are very much at the luxury end of the market with, of course, prices to match. For those prices though for the money being asked you can live on a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course community which is luxury with a capital “L” with 3/4 acre sites, real stone, real stucco and real wood.

Charlotte real estate is in an area which lends itself very much to luxury housing such as those above and in other areas such as Lake Norman Real Estate where you’ll find a wider range of housing options from waterfront condos through to historic villages as well as the golfing communities which I’ve already spoken about. The Lake Norman area is particularly well served with all the anciliary services that are required by a diverse community including good schooling options, leisuretime activities from fishing to nightlife and so it’s no surprise to learn that it was rated one of the top 100 places in which to live.

Whether you look towards the luxury end of the market with the golfing communities or towards the more regular lifestyle of village life this is one area which won’t disappoint.

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3 Responses to “Considering a North Carolina home?”

  • Ron Allen says:

    Great post! Charlotte is a fabulous area but not close enough to Ft Bragg for transitioning military those folks should consider Southern Pines or Fayetteville NC Real Estate

  • Diane Aurit says:

    Thank you for sharing about our wonderful Lake Norman communities. I moved here in 2005 from California because we simply fell in love with the beauty and lifestyle. It is the best of all worlds! As a Realtor who lives on Lake Norman I would love to answer any questions you might have! My own blog address is http://www.BestRealEstateLakeNorman.com.

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