The town of Huntersville, NC which was once an old railroad depot and bustling Mill Town, is now North Mecklenburg’s largest town with suburban shopping centers and subdivisions sprawling out from interstate 77 just north of Charlotte’s Uptown area. The area has become known for its popular live-work communities, such as Birkdale Village, which offers options for high end dining, and shopping, as well as convenient living accommodations. In addition to the commerce area, Birkdale is also known for its Golf Course community and sprawling residential neighborhood. In addition to Birkdale, Huntersville also plays home to Skybrook and Northstone, two additional golf course communities. Apart from golfing, shopping, and dining, Huntersville residents also have the opportunity to enjoy the convenience of Lake Norman, as well as the close proximity to all the offerings of Uptown shopping.
These ever expanding community boasts almost 50,000 residents and almost 20,000 dwellings, with the bustling business and social community, this suburb on the rise continues to grow! While some homes in Huntersville are lake front properties, others enjoy the serenity of acreage living synonymously with the convenience of town just a few miles away. Homes in Huntersville come in a variety of styles ranging from old craftsman and milltown houses to brick colonials and ranches and even new construction subdivisions popping up around town!
Major Communities in Huntersville:
Birkdale, Birkdale Village, Birkdale Grove, Northstone Country Club, Vermillion, Monteith Park, Skybrook, Stillwell, Lookout, Point, Blythe Point, The Pavilion, Browns Cove, The Cape, Cashion Woods, Olmstead, The Hamptons, Ramah Oaks, Wynfield Forest, Green Farm, Sherwood Forest, Centennial, Arbor Croft, Plum Creek, Mcginnis Village, Willowbrook, Alexander Place.