Huntersville

North Charlotte at it's best

Huntersville has long been a highly popular suburb and now the 2nd largest city in Mecklenburg county. It's home to Birkdale Village, a 52 acre mixed-use community with up-scale shopping & restaurants right next to urbanest residential construction.. which never stays vacant for long. Due to great shopping and entertainment, Huntersville is a go-to Friday night destination for residents from as far away as Mooresville, Charlotte and Concord.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 275
Average Price: $435,094
Highest Listing Price: $1,949,000
Lowest Listing Price: $104,900

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Huntersville Homes for Sale

Price, High to Low
259 Properties Found.
Photo of Listing #3257659
  • MLS® #: 3257659
  • 16108 North Point Rd
  • Huntersville, NC 28078-9395
  • $1,949,000
  • 5 Bed, 6 Bath, 6223 SqFt, 0.96 Acres
  • Single Family Residential
  • Office: Ivester Jackson Properties
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Photo of Listing #3198704
  • MLS® #: 3198704
  • 11132 Eastfield Rd
  • Huntersville, NC 28078-6607
  • $1,450,000
  • 4 Bed, 1 Bath, 3136 SqFt, 21.02 Acres
  • Single Family Residential
  • Office: Hm Properties
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Photo of Listing #3293354
  • MLS® #: 3293354
  • 14316 Beatties Ford Rd
  • Huntersville, NC 28078-9365
  • $1,399,000
  • 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2988 SqFt, 27 Acres
  • Single Family Residential
  • Office: D & E Realty Llc
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Photo of Listing #3224270
  • MLS® #: 3224270
  • 16650 Cobbleview Ln
  • Huntersville, NC 28078-5643
  • $1,224,000
  • 5 Bed, 7 Bath, 6145 SqFt, 2.47 Acres
  • Single Family Residential
  • Office: Ivester Jackson Properties
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Photo of Listing #3275926
  • MLS® #: 3275926
  • 14451 Henry Harrison Stillwell Dr
  • Huntersville, NC 28078-8966
  • $1,220,000
  • 5 Bed, 6 Bath, 6254 SqFt, 2.48 Acres
  • Single Family Residential
  • Office: Allen Tate Lake Norman
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Huntersville NC Real Estate

Huntersville NC Real Estate is truly in an award-winning city. Money magazine named the Huntersville as the 76th Best Place to Live in America in 2005, one of the top 20 places in North Carolina to retire, and one of America’s Top-Rated Smaller Cities by Grey House Publishing in 2004-2005. Huntersville, North Carolina is at the crossroads of urban and rural areas and is currently the 46th fastest growing suburb in the United States. Located along Interstate 77, Huntersville is in Mecklenburg County and has a population of over 25,000 and growing (2000 Census data). It is one of three towns grouped together to form the “North Meck” area of North Carolina. It’s only 12 miles north of uptown Charlotte. Oh, it’s also along the shores of majestic Lake Norman. It’s an ideal town in an ideal location!

Huntersville Real Estate Commute Express

Homes for Sale in Huntersville NC are only ten miles from Charlotte, a short drive to the Speedway and a few short hours from either the mountains or the beaches. Express bus transportation and an interstate HOV lanes end just five miles south of Huntersville. This provides easy access to the downtown business areas of Charlotte—making Huntersville Real Estate great for commuters.

Huntersville Real Estate Recreation

Huntersville NC is known as a lake community because it’s so close to Lake Norman—a man-made lake created by Duke Power. It’s prime real estate for boaters, water skiers and water enthusiasts. Huntersville homeowners also enjoy many famous golf courses including the Birkdale Golf Club—an Arnold Palmer design.

Huntersville Real Estate- Education Services

Families in Huntersville are served by the innovative Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District with students from Huntersville attending North Mecklenburg High School and Hopewell High School. Central Piedmont Community College's North Campus (which features training facilities for law enforcement and auto mechanics in addition to the usual academic subjects) is located off Statesville Road, just south of Mount Holly-Huntersville Road.

Huntersville NC History

This first Lake Norman town was named Huntersville in honor of landowner and cotton farmer Robert Boston Hunter. The town incorporated in 1873, and fertile land and a rail line promoted quick growth. Cotton mill Virgin Manufacturing Company and a brickyard that supplied bricks for many homes in older sections of town were thriving businesses.

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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2017 at 4:58am EST.