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What $500,000 can buy you, by Charlotte neighborhood

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Summer selling season is in high gear, and if you’re like most Charlotte buyers, you’ll probably be guided by two main factors: price and neighborhood.

We’re helping you get a sense of your options and acting as your real estate guide. This is part 4 of 4, with homes ranging from $401,000 to $500,000.*

You’ve got a ton of options in this price range. Just promise you’ll have me over to hang out by your fire pit and drink vino from your built-in wine fridge.

[Agenda Story: What $200,000 can buy you, by Charlotte neighborhood]

[Agenda Story: What $300,000 can buy you, by Charlotte neighborhood]

[Agenda Story: What $400,000 can buy you, by Charlotte neighborhood]

*Prices are as of 7/30.

Myers Park/Eastover

You’re finally getting into house territory in this exclusive neighborhood. It might not be a super-size home, but it’s a nothing to sniff at.

$469,000 — 2246 Sharon Road

3 beds, 2.5 baths (1,646 square feet)

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NoDa

I have to admit to being obsessed with the bungalow-style homes in this eclectic Charlotte neighborhood. If you’ve got this budget, you shouldn’t have a problem finding a place.

$489,500 — 1815 Seigle Ave.

5 beds, 3 baths (2,305 square feet)

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Quail Hollow

You’ll find a beautiful, large family home in this price range in this part of town. (You still won’t be rubbing elbows with Ron Rivera though.)

$475,000 — 7801 Quail Hollow Road

4 beds, 2.5 baths (2,924 square feet)

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Ballantyne

Want a house with super-size square footage in this popular southern suburb? You’ll certainly find it in this budget range.

$419,000 — 10820 Wilklee Drive

4 beds, 3 baths (3,493 square feet)

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Mountain Island Lake

This up-and-coming suburb offers proximity to the water — and an attractive price per square foot.

$449,900 — 11719 Renee Savannah Lane

5 beds, 4.5 baths (4,026 square foot)

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University City

How affordable is this part of Charlotte? Honestly, it was tough to find a home near here in this price range.

$450,000 — 8508 Getalong Road

5 beds, 3.5 baths (4,763 square feet)

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SouthPark

From upscale townhomes to single-family homes, you’ll find something to fit your taste near this popular Charlotte destination.

$450,000 — 2715 Phillips Gate Drive

3 beds, 3 baths (1,750 square feet)

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Plaza Midwood

Back in my bungalow territory in this neighborhood. You might not find vast square footage in this price range, but you will find a nice home.

$429,500 — 2215 The Plaza

3 beds, 2 baths (1,415 square feet)

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Matthews

Honestly, you may have more budget than you need to find a house in this popular eastern suburb. Enjoy the search with this price range.

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$449,000 — 435 Trafalgar Place

5 beds, 3 baths (3,119 square feet)

Fort Mill

Options abound at this price range in Fort Mill, including this golf course home with a saltwater pool. Anyone else packing their bags?

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$449,000 — 113 Lachlan Drive

5 beds, 5 baths (4,259 square feet)

Huntersville

Much like Ballantyne but to the north, you can find a very large, very nice family home in this price range.

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$428,000 — 14239 Rhiannon Lane

5 beds, 4 baths (3,823 square feet)

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