5314 Witham Pass Charlotte, NC 28215
Full brick estate home nestled among mature trees on huge 2.5 acre lot. Long list of classic details including wainscoting, crown & chair rail molding, floor-length windows, coffered ceiling, & real, site finished hardwood floors. Numerous renovations – updated light & bathroom fixtures, granite kitchen counters, stainless steel appliances with gas stove, & more. Custom floor plan with tons of room to spread out. Huge main level 2nd master/guest suite with sunroom, oversized bedroom, walk-in closet, & spacious private bath. Upstairs master suite was extended to add 2nd laundry location, larger walk-in closet, & bonus space that can be used as an extension of the master suite – perfect as adult sitting/tv room, office, or gym. At the opposite end of the 2nd level, another large bonus space ready for games, movies, or homework. Three separate staircases mean everyone has the privacy they desire. Storage galore! Original main level laundry currently used as drop zone/mud room, walk-in pantry, multiple attic storage spaces, & large closest in all bedrooms. Multi-level rear deck & stone patio ideal for outdoor entertaining. Fully fenced backyard that your furry family members will love! Nearly 500 ft wide lot means lots of space between neighbors. Owners installed secondary driveway that comes in handy for extra parking or an afternoon game of basketball. True pride of ownership shows with newer architectural shingle roof, replacement windows, & all updated HVAC units. Brantley Oaks is a well-established NE Charlotte community known for it’s wide lots, mature trees, & semi-custom mostly brick estate homes. Enjoy a true sense of community with neighborhood swim team & many organized events throughout the year. Walk to community amenities just down the street – pool, tennis, covered cabana, & playground. Very easy access to highway 485 outer loop to get just about anywhere in Charlotte.
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Homes for sale in Charlotte, NC
Searching for homes for sale in Charlotte, NC? You're in the right place-- known for its charming neighborhoods, cultural attractions, successful business economy, and natural beauty, Charlotte, NC is an exceptional city to call home.
Real estate in Charlotte, NC
Charlotte boasts an effortless blend of modernity and history, exemplified by impressive chrome and glass towers accompanied by enclaves of 100-year-old neighborhoods. Charlotte is comprised of 199 neighborhoods throughout an area just under 300 square miles. Homes for sale in Charlotte, NC include a wide range of styles, price points and sizes. You will discover new suburban developments with new construction homes, historic neighborhoods lined with old oak trees and Victorian-era estates, and condominiums and townhomes reaching to the sky in Charlotte’s Center City. Whether you're moving to Charlotte or moving across town, the diversity of Charlotte real estate provides a wide range of housing options and locations throughout the region.
Lifestyle and Attractions in Charlotte, NC
Charlotte’s combination of history and future creates a desirable dichotomy for its residents. In a matter of minutes, you can pass through a charming historic neighborhood and enter a brand-new, modern collection of businesses, restaurants and bars. There is no shortage of activities for Charlotte residents, in both the center city and elsewhere throughout the metro area. The city’s state-of-the-art metro system and network of highways, including I-77, I-85 and I-485, make transportation throughout the region very convenient. Additionally, the area’s natural beauty provides opportunities for recreation, including hiking, biking, kayaking and more.
Popular Charlotte attractions include the Bank of America Stadium (home of the Carolina Panthers),Nascar Hall of Fame, South Park Mall and the US National White Water Center. North Carolina’s abundant agricultural industry means farm-fresh fare is within reach at local farmers’ markets and creative eateries.
Cultural and art museums in Charlotte include the Charlotte Museum of History, Discovery Place, the Mint Museum, and many more. The area has a low unemployment rate and is home to several Fortune 500 companies, such as Bank of America, the east coast operations of Wells Fargo and Duke Energy, making this a desirable area for professionals, particularly those in the banking industry. Charlotte is also known for its excellent healthcare, featuring nationally recognized pediatric centers, cancer research centers, and top-notch hospitals, such as Atrium Health and Novant Health, the two largest healthcare systems in the state.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education in Charlotte, NC
Charlotte’s public school system, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, is the second largest in North Carolina. It has received several awards, including the NAEP Awards, the Nation’s Report Card for urban school systems with top honors among 18 city systems. Notable private schools in Charlotte include Charlotte Country Day School, Providence Day School, Charlotte Catholic High School, Charlotte Latin School and Charlotte Christian School.
Charlotte is also home to a number of universities and colleges, including Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte School of Law, Johnson C. Smith University, Johnson & Wales University, Queens University of Charlotte, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. With more than 28,000 students, UNC Charlotte is by far the city’s largest university; it is completely surrounded by University City, home to the expansive University Research Park.
In 1755, the area was originally settled at the intersection of a major Native American path and the European settlers’ Great Wagon Road, both of which were trade routes. A trading post was erected to enable the transport of goods between travelers; the Native American path was called Trade Street and the Great Wagon Road became Tryon Street, named after royal governor William Tryon. By 1772, traders and settlers had built a number of log cabins in what was then called “Charlotte Town,” named after the queen of Great Britain.
In 1775, local leaders exerted their will as citizens of a free country and drafted the “Mecklenburg County Declaration of Independence”, the first declaration of this nature amongst the Colonies. The British objected to the document with force, and “Charlotte Town” was later described as “a hornets’ nest of rebellion”. Locals proudly called themselves “hornets” and fought fiercely in the wars of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Today, financial, healthcare and energy companies have replaced the trading post, and the city is growing year after year. In fact, Charlotte is predicted to eventually eclipse Atlanta as the largest city in the South.
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