Dec 8, 2023 - Real Estate

Hot homes: 4 houses for sale in Charlotte starting at $395K

These homes have attractive features, from walkable locations to views of the city that any buyer would appreciate.

1029 Clanton Road — $395,000

Why we love it: The renovated kitchen has lots of cabinet space for ample storage of dishes and other cooking tools. 

505 6th St E #701 — $664,000

Photos: Courtesy of Andy Griesinger

Why we love it: This corner-unit condo has a full view of the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room.

  • Neighborhood: First Ward
  • Realtor: Karie Greathouse • Metrovillage Properties LLC
  • Specs: 2 beds, 2 baths and 1,968 square feet
  • Notable features: open floor plan, wet bar, wine fridge, two parking spaces, spacious balcony, walk-in closet and community rooftop terrace. 

405 W Park Ave. — $850,000

Photos: Courtesy of Karie Greathouse

Why we love it: It’s located within walking distance of plenty of bars and restaurants in the neighborhood.

  • Specs: 3 beds, 2.5 baths and 2,152 square feet
  • Notable features: covered front porch, open floor plan, tile kitchen backsplash, quartz countertops, large walk-in closet and fenced-in backyard. 

112 Sardis View Road — $880,000

Photos: Courtesy of Tracey Cook and Ashley Pizzo

Why we love it: The updated kitchen area features several thoughtful touches, from its bright custom cabinetry to the walk-in pantry. 

  • Neighborhood: Stonehaven
  • Realtor: Amanda Young • Allen Tate SouthPark
  • Specs: 4 beds, 3.5 baths and 2,695 square feet
  • Notable features: hardwood flooring quartz countertops, kitchen backsplash, spacious pantry, large sunroom, fireplace, built-in shelving, large deck, covered pergola and detached garage, fenced-in large backyard.
Photo: Courtesy of Amanda Young

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