Many people are attracted to east Charlotte’s quality of life. For that reason, we’re experiencing a building and renovation boom. Check out this Charlotte Observer article about how one family decided to tear down their home instead of renovating.
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It’s not news to many of you that east Charlotte is a great place to call home. Laura Beck over at Charlotte Agenda shared with readers seven reasons her family chose to put down roots in east Charlotte’s Chantilly neighborhood.
Laura cites good schools, local parks, walk-able neighborhoods, and proximity to all east Charlotte has to offer as a few of the reasons they picked Chantilly.
The demand for real estate in east Charlotte has impacted home prices in Chantilly. A quick review of current listings in Chantilly revealed listings from $245,000 to $680,000. If you want to be close to all of the great things that east Charlotte has to offer but these prices are out of your budget, you may want to consider nearby east Charlotte neighborhoods of Windsor Park, Merry Oaks, Oakhurst, and Sheffield Park.
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Katie Levans, in her most recent post at Charlotte Agenda, dreams big about three properties on Central Avenue in east Charlotte. Click over and check out Katie’s ideas! What’s key here is east Charlotte has potential. While Plaza Midwood, Chantilly, and Elizabeth are definitely the darlings for developers, Central Avenue still has a lot of opportunity.
Dream big, east Charlotte!