Huntersville

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Huntersville is one of the larger suburban towns in the Charlotte metropolitan area. Part of Mecklenburg County it is home to an estimated population of 52,704 and is the seventeenth largest municipality in North Carolina. It is a 12-mile drive north of downtown Charlotte. Huntersville is a wonderful area for families to live and offers plenty of amenities and attractive things to see! On this page, you will find all the homes available in Huntersville with 15-minute updates and 100% accuracy!

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 5,966
Average Price: $491,206
Highest Price: $7,000,000
Lowest Price: $100,500

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Huntersville Homes for Sale

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Huntersville Real Estate Information

When reviewing the economy, infrastructure, safety, culture and environment, Huntersville is ranked one of the most livable cities in North Carolina. Its close-knit communities, high ranked education, appealing things to do and family friendliness make Huntersville a desirable place to live. From 2017 to 2018, the median list price for homes in the city increased 5% to $391,539. Home values are expected to continue rising with an increasing real estate demand, leading to a favorable investment for homeowners!

The supply of homes in Huntersville is highest during the months of April through August. 75.1% of residents are homeowners, which is 16% higher than the state average. Over the last five years, the average value of homes have increased 39.3%, showing to be an extremely profitable trend for current and future homeowners. Whether you’re looking for a single-family home, a spacious condo, or a modern townhouse, you’re sure to find the perfect home at an affordable price with a growing property value in Huntersville, North Carolina!


Living in Huntersville

Community Entertainment

Although the Huntersville population consists of 51,701 people, the city gives a small town feel. A Charlotte metro, Huntersville residents are known for their welcoming embrace and friendliness. Between the community car shows, movies in the park, food truck rallies, city parades, and holiday events, you’re bound to run into fellow neighbors and friends quite often. Even after recently relocating, you will feel right at home in Huntersville!

Top Quality Education

Among public, private and charter schools, Huntersville is home to some of the best education in the country. The average test scores in Huntersville are higher than both the North Carolina state average and the national testing average. 93.8% of Huntersville students have achieved a high school diploma and 55% have attained a bachelor’s degree or higher. The average of United States residents who complete a bachelor’s degree or higher is only 30%. Huntersville offers a top-notch education that lays the ground for a successful and happy life for its community members.

Raising A Family In Huntersville

In September 2017, Huntersville was ranked by NerdWallet as one of the best places for young families to live in North Carolina. 34.4% of families here have at least one child under 18 years old. In addition to its excellent education, Huntersville consists of 461 acres of parks and recreation for families to enjoy themselves and stay active! The town’s family friendliness and environment bring in new residents to the area every year.

Nearby Attractions

The town of Huntersville borders the bottom of Lake Norman, the largest man-made body of water in North Carolina. An outing to the lake could make for a day filled with swimming, boating, fishing, hiking and relaxing! Since Huntersville experiences all four seasons, residents can go snowboarding or skiing at Sugar Mountain Resort and Beech Mountain Ski Resort just a few hours north during the winter months. For a day of fun-filled sightseeing, you can plan a trip to Charlotte to catch a Carolina Panthers game, to Concord to cheer on a NASCAR race, or to see Asheville's Biltmore Estate, the largest privately owned house in the United States. Huntersville has easy access to Interstates 77 and 485, making for simple travels to unforgettable experiences!






 

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Listing information last updated on November 17th, 2018 at 10:28pm EST.