Tuesday, February 28, 2017 / by Admin Prostead
Want to live in Huntersville's fabulous Birkdale community?
Check out this gorgeous all-brick 4-bedroom home in Birkdale with so much room, including bedroom on main floor with full bath! Formal living and dining rooms, new stainless appliances (including refrigerator), gas fireplace in family room. Sit on your screened porch and enjoy your peaceful backyard!
9526 Devonshire Drive is move-in ready, and you'll love the Birkdale community. Amenities include golf course (designed by Arnold Palmer!), community pool, tennis courts, playground and recreation area. You'll also love nearby Birkdale Village, which features shopping, dining, movies and outdoor fun. You’ll often find live entertainment in the village’s square. There is every kind of restaurant imaginable, from burgers to seafood to steaks.
Golf course communities in the Charlotte area are a great option for homeowners who appreciate picturesque greens and the amenities of a high-end golf club right in their backyard. Golf course community homes offer low-cost maintenance, energy efficiency and the finest contemporary designs by the country’s top home builders. Browse golf community home listings to find your own dream home today! The Charlotte area is known for its beauty and mild climate, both of which make the area pleasant to golf in year-round.
Huntersville has grown exponentially from a cotton and farming town into a unique area with more than 50,000 residents. If you buy a 4-bedroom home in Birkdale, you'll be just 10 minutes from Charlotte, the unique town of Huntersville on the shores of Lake Norman was ranked by Money magazine as #76 on its list of “Best Places to Live in America,” and Grey House Publishing recognized the town as one of “America’s Top-Rated Smaller Cities.”
You'll find a broad range of home styles and prices, family-friendly neighborhoods with sidewalks and bike trails, waterfront condominium communities with boat slips, and luxury apartments. The town also has 18 historic sites nearby. Hopewell Presbyterian Church, for instance, dates to the 1740s and features 200 year-old stone walls around its cemetery. The Hugh Torance House and Store, started in the 1770s, is the oldest surviving store in Mecklenburg County.