Cedarfield is one of Huntersville’s most popular neighborhoods due in part to great location and proximity to Lake Norman as well as top-notch shopping and dining!
Cedarfield I, or Cedarfield Plantation as its also known, is located off McCoy Road just south of Gilead Road.
It’s ideally located for access to everyday necessities with Publix and Earth Fare markets just over a mile away, along with Huntersville Medical Center and Rosedale Shopping Center. Access to I-77 is also located on Gilead Road, less than 5 minutes away from Cedarfield.
For the lake lovers, water access at Blythe Landing Park is a mere 5 miles away, as is great shopping and dining at popular Birkdale Village and Northcross Shopping Center.
Cedarfield’s spring-fed, stocked pond has surrounding walking trails.
Cedarfield was built in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The neighborhood is mature and wooded with lots of green space and common area fields. The Torrence Creek Greenway, a walking and biking trail, runs through the neighborhood and connects to a larger system of walking trails in the area. In addition, the neighborhood also has a stocked spring-fed pond.
Amenities include a six-lane competition pool and clubhouse, tennis courts, mixed-use fields, playground and walking trails. There is also a separate gated area with a kiddie pool and covered area.
Homes in the family-friendly neighborhood average from the mid-$100,000s to nearly $300,000 in price. Home sizes range from about 1,500 square feet to 3,000 square feet on lots averaging about one-third of an acre.
Real estate data combines 3 adjacents Cedarfield neighborhoods into its averages – Cedarfield I, Cedarfield II and Cedarfield Park. The 3 neighborhoods are adjacent and have their own HOAs and amenities, though they do share amenities through discounted memberships. Though interior roads connect the neighborhoods, each has its own access point off a main thoroughfare. The neighborhoods are similar in age and price point.
An average of 5.2 homes sold per month in Cedarfield in the last 12 months.
The average sales price for the 62 homes sold in the last 12 months was just over $222,000 and $104.40 per square foot.
Currently, there are 12 homes for sale in Cedarfield, eight of which are under contract as of April 12.
Inventory for Cedarfield is low at only 2.3 months. That’s well below Huntersville’s 4.7 months of inventory and Mecklenburg County, which was 4.3 months inventory.
The neighborhoods are zoned for Torrence Creek Elementary, Bradley Middle School and Hopewell High School.
Market stats: Cedarfield