6 picks for what a $400,000 house budget is buying (and selling) across the Charlotte region.
127 Tryon Street #412, Charlotte, NC, 28202
- Neighborhood: Charlotte, Uptown — Center City
- Specs: 2 beds, 2 full baths, 1,508 sq. ft.
- Sale: Listed at $399,000. Matt Stone with Conrad Klein Real Estate has the listing, (704) 419-8068.
- Item we love: In a sea of brand-new construction, this condo’s location in the historic former Ivey’s department store building earns it an extra notice. And if you really want to feel like you’re in a department store, head over to the master bedroom. The closet is two stories, connected by a cool internal staircase.
- Neighborhood: Charlotte – Linden Oaks Subdivision
- Specs: 4 beds, 2.5 baths, 2,890 sq. ft.
- Sale: Listed at $400,000. Sami MacDonald with Savvy + Co has the listing.
- Items we love: If houses can have a personality, the cozy scale of the rooms, screened porch and the red trim give this home a friendly feel.
- City: Mooresville
- Specs: 3 beds, 3.5 baths, 3,049 sq. ft., lake access
- Sale: Listed at $394,900. Ginny Barker of Keller Williams has the listing, 704-657-8881.
- Items we love: The two-story wood and stone family room; view overlooking a cove and waterfront access
- City: Concord
- Specs: 3 beds, 3.5 baths, 3,694 sq. ft., 4 acres
- Sale: Listed at $400,000, this house is under contract. Beth Blevins of Southern Homes of the Carolinas has the listing, (980) 521-4000.
- Items we love: Looks and feels like a retreat in the mountains – but it’s about 4 miles to downtown Concord
- City: Charlotte address, Matthews on the map
- Specs: 3 beds, 3.5 baths, 3,320 sq. ft., 1.13 acres
- Sale: Listed at $399,900. Karen Fuller Parsons of Allen Tate has the listing.
- Items we love: No HOA; outdoorsy, roomy and private — but right near 485.
Wild card: 3000 Manor Road, Charlotte, NC, 28209
- Neighborhood: Charlotte – Selwyn/Park Road Shopping Center
- Specs: This 3 bed, 1 bath house from the 1940s is being sold as a teardown
- Sale: Listed for $400,000. Rita Fleming-Johnson of Keller Williams has the listing.
- Noticed for: How incredibly competitive is the market right around the shopping center these days? $400,000 for a teardown pretty much sums it up.
Real estate tips? If you know of any unusual, interesting or perfect properties for sale or rent, let me know, [email protected]. Thanks!
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