Posts Tagged ‘Charlotte’

Hennigan Place: Where Every Home has a Story

Hennigan Place Rendering

Our newest Charlotte community, Hennigan Place, gets its name from the original Hennigan Place historic farmhouse which was built in 1845. This historic home features Greek Revival-style architecture which reflects on the history of the area and demonstrated the classic beauty associated with South Charlotte.

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Final Phase at Chesapeake Pointe!

Limited opportunities remain in this beautiful community with majestic home designs set on over-sized wooded homesites. Priced from the $500s, we are currently offering $10,000 in flex cash on select homes.  A host of amenities include a neighborhood clubhouse with outdoor swimming pool and kids’ playground, providing a central gathering place for families and children of all ages.

Located just off of I-77 and Brawley School Road, enjoy easy access to a Lake Norman lifestyle as active as you can imagine, or as peaceful as you can dream. With several public boat launches nearby, boating, fishing, sailing, kayaking and water skiing are just a few of the water sports you can enjoy on Lake Norman – the largest man-made lake in the state with 520 miles of shoreline.  Landlubbers certainly won’t feel left out with the picturesque hiking trails, campgrounds, beaches and picnic areas found in the scenic Lake Norman State Park, which itself contains 13 miles of the lake’s shoreline in addition to its own 33-acre lake.

Full-service shopping centers are also located nearby, including Winslow Bay Commons on Hwy. 150 in Mooresville; Birkdale Village off of Hwy. 73 in Huntersville; Northlake Mall just off of I-77 in North Charlotte; and Concord Mills just off of I-85 in North Charlotte.  These centers provide a variety of shopping and dining options, and combined with the entertainment venues, cultural opportunities and professional sporting events of Charlotte, provide an endless array of activities for the entire family.   Children of Chesapeake Pointe will attend the award-winning schools of the Iredell-Statesville school system.

Contact Margaret Farmer at 704-437-4152 or mfarmer@peachtreeres.com for more info our stop by our decorated model located at 297 Cove Creek Loop Mooresville, NC 28117.

Model Home Hours:
Mon-Sat 11am-6pm
Sunday 1pm-6pm

 

New Kristen Lake Community Taking Shape

Check out the progress underway in the Kristen Lake community off Providence Road in South Charlotte. Our decorated model will be open soon!

Kristen Lake, Peachtree Residential’s newest South Charlotte neighborhood represents the latest thinking in both community design and architecture for this infill location. The 4.2 acre site is master planned for an enclave of 9 detached single family residential homes. The homes are meticulously designed to reflect the rich architectural details reminiscent of the Georgian style. The homes range in square footage from 3,200 to almost 5,000 square feet.

Many of the homesites feature exceptional water views of pristine Kristen Lake located immediately adjacent the property. The neighborhood offers both basement and crawl space homesites. The lake front basement sites allow for optional additional finished spaces for a true lake orientation. Homes are designed with front and side entry garages, many with 3-car. There is an emphasis on pedestrian scale at Kristen Lake including a feature in the center cul-de-sac and a decorative brick sidewalk system throughout the neighborhood. There is a community walking path to a passive park with a seating area overlooking the lake. The walkable design includes themed home elevations, gas lanterns, brick pavers, porches, trellises, brick walls, and exquisite landscaping. Click here to view the community site plan.

Kristen Lake’s unique location at Lakeside & Providence Road allows for quick access to Uptown, Myers Park, Arboretum, South Park, and I-485 to Ballantyne.

Email Addie for more info or to schedule a preview of our new model.

 

 

Life in the Queen City

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What’s it like to live in Charlotte, North Carolina? U.S. News analyzed 100 cities in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market, and Charlotte ranks #15. Not bad, Queen City.

Charlotte is a city that’s equal parts old-fashioned southern charm and high-energy cosmopolitan bustle. You’ll still hear “y’all” dropped into casual conversation, but Charlotte is a city on the rise, and has its own culture, culinary sophistication and unique feel that’s making it a more enticing place for people from all over the world to settle down. This melting pot effect makes Charlotte an easy city to break into. You’re not from here? Well neither are most people you’ll meet.

Learn more about Charlotte’s cost of living, weather, and more in this recent U.S. News and World Report article. 

When you are ready to call Charlotte home, be sure to check out our 7 new home communities throughout the area.