huntersville real estate: Huntersville Real Estate: Homes For Sale Under $350,000 - 01/01/10 08:26 AM
Huntersville, North Carolina, a community on lower Lake Norman, a popular Charlotte suburb, and a Money Magazine Top Places to Live winner, remains a popular destination for folks moving to the Charlotte NC area. 15 miles north of Charlotte, Huntersville is an easy commute to Uptown, North Charlotte and the Charlotte Douglas airport. Nestled in at the foot of Lake Norman, the former farming community sits at the cross roads of I-77 and  Rt 73- a quick trip  to Concord and Concord Mills Mall, or, just a few exits down to Northlake Mall.
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huntersville real estate: Huntersville, NC| Huntersville Homes for Sale Report - 03/05/08 08:55 PM
Huntersville, 15 miles north of Charlotte, grows with the Queen City In 1990, there were approximately 3,000 people who called Huntersville home, it was mostly a farming community. Since then, Huntersville has exploded, with nearly 38,000 people living in Huntersville in 2007. Along the way, it has been repeatedly named one of America’s Best City’s to live in by Money Magazine. Located about a twenty-five minutes north of downtown Charlotte and 5- 10 minutes from Lake Norman the town of Huntersville has something to offer for everyone.
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