Charlotte is known as the Queen city of North Carolina. It is a growing city of just about 1 million people but adding in the suburbs easily gets the region into the millions.
It is located on the southern border of North Carolina and South Carolina and is a central point with access to both the East Coast and the Western region of the state.
The city has invested many years developing a solid infrastructure to support the growth of people moving to the area. 485 is a major highway accomplishment and helps to alleviate much of the traffic around the city. Interstate 77 has been widened heading north to Statesville and is a fast-moving highway.
It is only about half an hour east of Gastonia in about a half an hour south of Statesville. Lake Norman is a popular spot which is the largest man-made lake in the country.
Charlotte has many parks and major modern amenities with professional sports teams and amazing high-end shopping plazas.
The White Water Outdoor Center he’s only minutes away and is a very popular spot for the outdoor enthusiast who love to hike, bike and raft on the water.
The homes along Lake Norman have exploded in value and more development continues in the surrounding areas east of the lake. Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius and Mooresville are hugely popular areas to live in and many young families have moved here over the last 10 years.
My friend Brandon, runs Southern Star Roofing just east of Huntersville and has experienced amazing growth around the region.
He has told me that areas like Dallas, Mount Holly, Mountain Island and Belmont have become highly desirable areas as of late.
In fact, we went to Nellie’s Southern Kitchen in Belmont last night and it was amazing
Learn more about Charlotte here……