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Creek Stone

Creek Stone
Mooresville, NC 28117

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  • Priced From $530,000  - $680,000
Crescent Golf

Crescent Golf
Salisbury, NC 28144

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  • Priced From $500,000  - $570,000
Enclave at Colony

Enclave at Colony
Charlotte, NC 28226

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  • Priced From $1,100,000  - $1,800,000
Harbor Landing

Harbor Landing
Mooresville, NC 28117

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  • Priced From $900,000  - $1,200,000
Harbor Oaks

Harbor Oaks
Denver, NC 28037

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  • Priced From $660,000  - $880,000
Powder Springs

Powder Springs
Statesville, NC 28677

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  • Priced From $515,000  - $680,000
Rock Creek

Rock Creek
Charlotte, NC 28226

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  • Priced From $1,426,700  - $2,111,304
Sanders Ridge

Sanders Ridge
Troutman, NC 28166

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  • Priced From $465,000  - $550,000
Sills Creek

Sills Creek
Mooresville, NC 28115

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  • Priced From $645,555  - $740,000
Sisters Cove

Sisters Cove
Mooresville, NC 28117

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  • Priced From $785,000  - $1,600,000
Yorkshire Farms

Yorkshire Farms
Salisbury, NC 28147

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  • Priced From $427,095  - $501,180
Hicks Creek

Hicks Creek
Troutman, NC 28166

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  • Priced From $510,000  - $560,000
Sherrills Ford

Sherrills Ford
Sherrils Ford, NC 28673

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  • Priced From $631,025  - $706,200
Wingate Hills

Wingate Hills
Denver, NC 28039

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  • Priced From $543,875  - $547,855

New Home CommunitiesCharlotte

Charlotte is a fast-growing city filled with young, educated professionals. It's the headquarters for national banks like Wells Fargo and Bank of America, making it the second-largest banking center in the United States. Also known as the ‘Queen City, Charlotte is home to several professional sports teams including the Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets, and the CharlotteFootball Club. Charlotte is also the host of several big sporting events including the Wells Fargo Championship, Coca-Cola 600, Duke’s Mayo Bowl, and the ACC football championship. Among its many attractions, the most popular include the NASCAR Hall of Fame and the U.S. NationalWhitewater Center. Charlotte’s mild climate and geographical area are another reason why many people are drawn to move here. Charlotte is located several miles east of the Catawba River and southeast of Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake in North Carolina. If you travel three hours west of Charlotte, you’ll be headed towards the Blue RidgeMountains and if you head three hours east of the city you’ll find yourself in coastal beach towns like Wilmington. Charlotte is also a great location for destination trips to other cities like Atlanta, Charleston, and Savannah.