Willowbrook

Willowbrook is a warm, tight-knit community of about 100 homes just off Sam Furr Road and I-77 in northeast Huntersville. Homes in Willowbrook range from 1,200 to more than 3,100 square feet on lots from 0.3 to 0.8 acres. Styles include traditional, transitional and Southern. Community amenities include a pool, playground, tennis courts, walking trails and more. Living in Willowbrook means it’s easy to enjoy all the amenities of the Lake Norman area!

Nearby you’ll find the Lake Pointe Equestrian Center, which offers lessons and training in hunters, jumpers, dressage and more. Enjoy playing tennis or golf? Check out the Northstone Country Club or River Run Country Club. For community recreation, including soccer and baseball/softball fields, Bradford Park is tops. All are less than five minutes from the Willowbrook community. For shopping, you will love Northlake Mall, Concord Mills and Birkdale Village.  

In addition to Lake Norman, Willowbrook residents are also close to Mountain Island Lake, a smaller man-made lake. The lakes attract boaters and water-skiers from several surrounding states. For NASCAR fans, Huntersville is headquarters to the race shops of Joe Gibbs Racing, located in the Huntersville Business Park. There are three greenways, featuring bike and trailway systems.

Wynfield

Location, location, location! Living in Wynfield, which was established in Huntersville in the early 1990s, gives you easy access to Lake Norman, I-77 and uptown Charlotte. Also close by is Birkdale Village, an upscale outdoor shopping and dining center with more than 60 retail shops, 10 restaurants, service providers, a 16-screen theater and a one-of-a-kind interactive fountain. Builders in Wynfield included D.R. Horton, The Howey Company, John Wieland Homes, Trotter Builders, and Robert Ingraham Homes. The builders were careful to integrate mature trees on the land with the new homes’ landscaping.  

 

Homes in Wynfield

 

The majority of Wynfield homes are Colonial in style, with many of them being two-story. Homes in Wynfield range in size from 2,000 to 4,000 square feet and sell from the upper $200s to upper $300s. Lots are from 0.2 to 0.75 acre. They homes sit on lots from 0.2 acre to 0.75 acres.

 

Wynfield amenities include lighted tennis and basketball courts, junior lap pool, playground, clubhouse, walking paths, neighborhood swim team, events, and parties.

Cedarfield

There are actually three Cedarfield neighborhoods that are adjacent but separate: Cedarfield Plantation, Cedarfield and Cedarfield Park. Cedarfield is a mature wooded neighborhood with landscaped entrances and common areas. Residents enjoy a large open common area used for soccer games, Easter egg hunts and other activities. All three neighborhoods are close to Lake Norman, Latta Plantation, The Raptor Center, and a public boat launch. For shopping, there’s nearby Northlake Mall and Birkdale Village.

 

 

Homes in Cedarfield

 

Cedarfield homes -- which come in transitional, colonial, traditional and ranch styles -- range from the mid- to high $200s. Square footage starts at 1,600 to almost 3,000 square feet of living space.

 

The community has a pool, swim club, playground, basketball half court, tennis court, and pond stocked with fish.  The Torrence Creek Greenway, a beautiful scenic walking and biking trail, runs through the neighborhood and connects to a larger system of walking trails in the area.

 

Its HOA hosts annual Luau Pool Parties, Easter Egg Hunts, Halloween Parties, and yard sales.

Tanners Creek

You’ll love enjoying a quiet night in Tanners Creek, where many of the homes feature rocking-chair front porches. Just off Beatties Ford Road on the west side of Huntersville, Tanners Creek features homes built by Ryan Homes, DR Horton, Southhampton, and Adams homes. And close by is fast-growing Huntersville, ranked by Money magazine as #76 on its list of “Best Places to Live in America.”

 

Homes in Tanners Creek

 

 

In Tanners Creek, many homes have a rear load garage or detached garage. Prices range from the upper $100s to upper $200s, with styles including ranch, traditional and transitional. Square footage for the houses starts at 1,500 to well over 3,000. Lots are generally under 0.25 acre, meaning less maintenance for homeowners. The community has a Junior Olympic-sized pool, playground and recreation area.

Monteith Park

Monteith Park is a Charleston-style community with wide front porches and manicured lawns right in the heart of Huntersville. Monteith Park is convenient to I-77 and I-485 highway access, downtown Huntersville, Discovery Place Kids Museum, Birkdale Village Shops, Lake Norman and a 20-minute commute to uptown Charlotte. Its active homeowner association holds events throughout the year, including Movies on the Green, Front Porch Fridays, Bunco Nights, New Year’s Eve Party and more.

 

Homes in Monteith Park

 

The community offers a wide range of styles with one- and two-story homes that have three to five bedrooms. The 500+ homes in Monteith Park range in size from 1,200 to more than 4,000 square feet. Lot sizes range from 0.2 to 0.54 acre. Prices start in the mid-$200s up to almost $400s.  All homes have garage entrances on a rear service street.

 

Monteith Park’s amenities include community Junior Olympic-sized pool with a waterslide and a children’s wading pool, playground and walking paths. Close by you’ll find Lake Norman, Latta Plantation, The Raptor Center, and a public boat launch. For shopping, there’s Northlake Mall and Birkdale Village.

Birkdale Village

Birkdale Village is a 52-acre, award-winning planned community in the heart of Huntersville. Its neo-Classical and Craftsman-style homes surround an upscale outdoor shopping and dining center, perfect for a night out. The village has two main entrances, over 60 retail shops, 10 restaurants, service providers, fitness center, a 16-screen theater and a one-of- a-kind interactive fountain.

 

Homes in Birkdale Village

 

Homes range in size from 2,000 to 5,000 square feet. Home styles include French provincial, traditional and transitional, and lots range from 0.18 to 0.50 acre. Prices start in mid-$200s and reach over the $600s.

 

Nearby Birkdale Golf Club offers an 18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and is considered one of the best public courses in North Carolina. Huntersville is also home to one private golf course, NorthStone Country Club, and semi-private Skybrook Golf Club. In addition to being close to Lake Norman, Huntersville is also close to Mountain Island Lake, a smaller man-made lake. The lakes attract boaters and water-skiers from several surrounding states. For NASCAR fans, the town is headquarters to the race shops of Joe Gibbs Racing, located in the Huntersville Business Park. There are three greenways , featuring bike and trailway systems.

Northstone

Northstone is a golf club community built in the late ‘90s and located in Huntersville, just 15 miles north of Charlotte. Home styles include traditional and ranch, but most are traditional brick with open floor plans. The houses range from 2,000 to 4,000 square feet on lots ranging from .25 to .50 acres.   

NorthStone Country Club is situated on 237 acres, and its P. B. Dye signature course was rated "Number One" by the Charlotte Business Journal.  The club recently launched the Academy of Golf at NorthStone. The Academy features an indoor/outdoor hitting facility complete with video, training aids and golf-specific fitness equipment. NorthStone Country Club also offers members four swimming pools, three Plexi-pave tennis courts, children's play center and picnic area, summer camps, teen activities, dining at the Grill and more.

 

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MacAulay

MacAulay is a family friendly neighborhood built in the early 2000s on 248 acres on the west side of Huntersville. MacAulay is located near Lake Norman’s south shore and Blythe Landing for easy public boat launching.

Residents have a quick drive to nearby Birkdale Village for shopping, dining and entertainment. Homes range in size from 1,600 to 4,900 square feet. The common areas include a waterfall, reflecting pools, walking trails and a neighborhood “Green Zone.” The community has a pool and Scottish-style clubhouse.

 

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Cambridge Grove

If you’re considering buying a home in Huntersville, NC, look no farther than Cambridge Grove. With an incredible location close to top-notch shopping like Concord Mills and award-winning schools, Cambridge Grove is a great place to live. Amenities include two tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, playground and swimming pool. This tight-knit community has numerous social events throughout the year, including movies at the pool, block parties, Super Bowl parties, a chili cook-off and more!

HOMES IN CAMBRIDGE GROVE

When you choose to buy in Cambridge Grove, you get many options … Homes range in size from 1,300 square feet to more than 3,300. Love your landscape? Lot sizes range up to 1.2 acres, though you can get a cozier size of 0.2 acre. Styles range from ranch to traditional to transitional.

LIFE IN CAMBRIDGE GROVE

In addition to easy access to I-77, Cambridge Grove is conveniently located to the Northcross Shopping Center. Want to eat out? With 57 restaurants in a two-mile radius of your new home, ranging from Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar to eeZ Fusion and Sushi, there’s something for everyone’s taste. Also nearby is Birkdale Village, an upscale outdoor shopping and dining center with more than 60 retail shops, 10 restaurants, service providers, a 16-screen theater and a one-of-a-kind interactive fountain.

Huntersville is home to one private golf course, NorthStone Country Club, and two semi-private courses, Skybrook Golf Club and Birkdale Golf Club. For NASCAR fans, the town is headquarters to the race shops of Joe Gibbs Racing, located in the Huntersville Business Park. There are three greenways, featuring bike and trailway systems.

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Huntersville schools

 

Town of Huntersville

Huntersville was the first Lake Norman town north of Charlotte. The town incorporated in 1873, and fertile land and a rail line promoted quick growth, boosted by cotton mills and a large brickyard. Once known as a settlement known as Craighead, Huntersville received its present name in honor of a prominent farming family headed by Robert Boston Hunter, who contributed to the area’s cotton farming success in the 19th century. Huntersville incorporated as a town in 1873, and grew quickly as businesses, such as the Virgin Manufacturing Company, thrived and attracted employees and residents to the area. In the past 25 years, Huntersville has grown from 3,000 residents to more than 50,000. It is just 10 minutes from Charlotte and has easy access to the serene Lake Norman.

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Huntersville subdivisions range from luxury $500,000+ homes in Birkdale and Vermillion to the budget-friendly Cedarfield and MacAuley, with homes starting in the $200s. Despite its rapid growth, Huntersville is considered still to be a haven on the lake. In 2005, Money magazine ranked Huntersville as #76 on its list of “Best Places to Live in America,” and Grey House Publishing recognized the town as one of “America’s Top-Rated Smaller Cities.”

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HISTORY

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There are 18 historic sites within a 5-mile drive of Beatties Ford Road. The 200-year-old Hopewell Presbyterian Church, the Hugh Torance House and Store (started in the 1770s, it is the oldest surviving store in Mecklenburg County) and Latta Plantation Nature Preserve are some of the best-known. The nature preserve is the county\'s largest green space with hiking trails, nature center, equestrian center, boating and fishing.

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SHOPPING

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Birkdale Village is an upscale outdoor shopping and dining center with more than 60 retail shops, 10 restaurants, service providers, a 16-screen theater and a one-of-a-kind interactive fountain. On warm nights, stop by the village square for live entertainment.

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DINING

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With 57 restaurants ranging from Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar to eeZ Fusion and Sushi, there’s something for everyone’s taste in Huntersville. Click here to find your new favorite restaurant in Huntersville.

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RECREATION

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In addition to being close to Lake Norman, Huntersville is also close to Mountain Island Lake, a smaller man-made lake. The lakes attract boaters and water-skiers from several surrounding states. Huntersville is home to one private golf course, NorthStone Country Club, and two semi-private courses, Skybrook Golf Club and Birkdale Golf Club. For NASCAR fans, the town is headquarters to the race shops of Joe Gibbs Racing, located in the Huntersville Business Park. There are three greenways, featuring bike and trailway systems.

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