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Welcome to Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte, North Carolina is a captivating city, dubbed as the “Queen City,” it offers more than some cities twice its size.  Truly a diamond of the southeast, Charlotte is located on the North Carolina-South Carolina border and within a 2 hour plane ride of 55% of the nation’s population and a 3 hour drive to the coast.  This convenience in location is raising Charlotte’s airports to the busiest in the nation with over 500 flights daily and raising its population by the tens of thousands every year.

Rich in history and significance beginning with Charlotte’s first settling in 1755 by Thomas Polk, this metropolitan city has been on the move since its beginnings.  Some moments in time of historical note include the pestering of General Cornwallis during the Revolutionary War by local Charlotteans, thereby birthing the city’s 2nd oldest nickname “the Hornet’s Nest,” and the founding of the United States’ first gold by a young man of Charlotte, starting the first gold rush in history, resulting in a massive growth in population, and the subsequent founding of the Charlotte Mint which now houses the Mint Museum of Art.  This leap in population was followed about one hundred years later with the opening of a cotton-processing center around the time after the Civil War, causing more people to call Charlotte home.  This trend has continued over the years, with definite significance around the merging and acquiescing of Hugh McColl into what is now known as Bank of America, as well as the development and growth of Wachovia, both of which are hubbed in Charlotte.

Experience Charlotte through the eyes of a local – get to know the neighborhoods!  With a population shy of 1 million, the Charlotte metro area and Mecklenburg County offer a multitude of neighborhoods presenting everything from funky and contemporary to historic and elegant.  A few include Uptown Charlotte, South Park, Pineville, Ballantyne, Steele Creek, Ayrsley, Union County, Lake Norman, University City and amongst Historic Charlotte are Dilworth, Elizabeth, North Davidson, Elizabeth, South End and Eastover.  This is just the tip of the iceberg – the possibilities are endless here!

Charlotte Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 346 homes for sale in Charlotte, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
64% Single Family, 15% Land/lot, 2% Rental, 1% Multi Family and 18% Other.

64% Single Family
15% Land/lot
19% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 346
Average Home Size 2,645 ft² / 246 m²
Price Range ($18,000 - $6,250,000)

Weather in Charlotte

The average high temperatures in Charlotte range from 52 in January to 90 in July

Average home income in Charlotte

The average household income of a Charlotte resident is $80,706 with an average home value of $231,671

Population of Charlotte

Charlotte has 812,880 residents.

Home ownership in Charlotte

The average level of home ownership in Charlotte is 57%.

Education breakdown of Charlotte

Education levels of residents of Charlotte include: highschool 20%, associate 7%, bachelor 25%, graduate 13%.

Households in Charlotte

Charlotte has 320,649 homes, built on average 34 years ago.

Information from in and around Charlotte...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 346 homes for sale in Charlotte. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot, Rental, Multi Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 653,810. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Charlotte please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 346 homes for sale in Charlotte, NC are represented by 5 member brokerages serving the Charlotte area. Member brokerages representing the 346 homes include Allen Tate Company - Charlotte, Dickens Mitchener, Cottingham Chalk Hayes, Realtors, Lake Norman Realty, Inc. and Craven & Company Realtors.