How's the Market in Barclay Downs?
Popular SouthPark Neighborhood Market Update MAY 2019
Barclay Downs - A SouthPark Community - Market Report May 2019
BARCLAY DOWNS SOUTHPARK CHARLOTTE: Even if you don't live in the Barclay Downs community, you typically know the location if you've traveled Charlotte streets, even for just a few months! This community borders SouthPark Mall on one end and Alexander Graham Middle School on the other end. Between those two Charlotte hot spots, you'll find the highly sought-after community of Barclay Downs.
The neighborhood is composed of nearly 400 homes, mostly brick, developed in the 1950's. Most of them have been renovated or cleared and re-built with homes selling in the low $300's to over $1,500,000.
If you’re searching for lifestyle, discover popular Charlotte neighborhood of Barclay Downs. The popularity of this community is driven by it’s lifestyle, location and amenities. The well-known Barclay Downs Swim and Racquet Club is located at 2912 Inverness Road and is home to the neighborhood’s competitive swim team as well as exciting community events, including their popular 4th of July greasy watermelon event!
The real estate market in Barclay Downs is booming and when well-marketed and priced correctly, sellers enjoy a bountiful sale. Here is the latest data on the Barclay Downs community in SouthPark, Charlotte.
Market Absorption Rate - 2.4 months - one of the lowest in the Charlotte Metro region
Average Sales Price - $670,959
Average Days on the Market - 32
Number of homes on the market - 6
Showings Per Listing - 8.0
Thinking of selling your Barclay Downs home? Let's talk! Give me a call or shoot me a text at (704) 491-3310 or visit www.ListMyCharlotteHome.com and complete the information and I'll be in touch shortly.
© Debe Maxwell | The Maxwell House Group | RE/MAX Executive | CharlotteBroker@icloud.com | How's the Market in Barclay Downs? Popular SouthPark Neighborhood Market Update MAY 2019
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