What does $1 million get you in Charlotte’s hottest neighborhoods? 8 cool homes that just hit the market

What does $1 million get you in Charlotte’s hottest neighborhoods? 8 cool homes that just hit the market
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Looking for a home in one of Charlotte’s best neighborhoods around the $1,000,000 mark? You’re most likely going to get three to five bedrooms and around 3,000-4,000 square feet — of course specs vary, but this is a good average, based on the listings we’ve seen.

Here are eight listings we love.

222 Tranquil Ave. – $1,050,000

Cottage with curb appeal

We’re loving how bright and light filled this home is, and how it’s a blank canvas in terms of design possibilities — it’s nicely updated but nothing so over-the-top you’d feel bad inserting your own style through upgrades. I also love the exterior and curb appeal. White brick houses are my favorite, and I love how some of the bricks pop out for added texture.

  • Neighborhood: Myers Park
  • Realtor: Sarah Rose at RE/MAX Executive
  • Specs: 4 bed, 3 bath, 2,926 square feet

222 Tranquil Ave.

330 Dover Ave. – $950,000

Picture-perfect family home

We’re loving this custom open-concept property. To me it’s everything homebuyers are looking for — open and light filled and packed with high-end features. You’ve got quartz countertops, White Oak flooring, spa-like master bath, cute front porch and a fenced-in yard

  • Neighborhood: Sedgefield
  • Realtor: Jason Bridges at Savvy + Co. Real Estate
  • Specs: 5 bed, 4 bath, 3,806 square feet

330 Dover Ave.

330 Dover Ave. living room

Savvy + Co. Real Estate

2600 Danbury St. – $939,000

Traditional brick home with lots of light

We’re loving the layout of this house. It’s one and half stories, and with most of the square footage on the first floor, it feels incredibly spacious.The bonus room on the second floor (with a really nice bathroom) would be the perfect guest suite or even play or media room.

  • Neighborhood: Cotswold
  • Realtor: Heather Mackey at Dickens Mitchener
  • Specs: 4bed, 3 full & 1 half bath, 3,145 square feet

2600 Danbury Street

2600 Danbury Street living room

Dickens Mitchener

837 Greentree Drive – $969,000

Traditional two-story brick home

We’re loving the finished basement (with a home gym) and the huge sun room. This house is beautiful but the sunroom is uniquely large and seems like the perfect entertaining spot, especially with great views of the well-kept and landscaped backyard.

  • Neighborhood: Foxcroft
  • Realtor: Lisa Rupp at Cottingham Chalk
  • Specs: 4 bed, 3 bath, 2,926 square feet

837 Greentree Drive

837 Greentree Drive sunroom

Cottingham Chalk

1707 Scotland Ave. – $1,095,000

Low-Country inspired curb appeal

We’re loving the Low-Country look of this house, and the welcoming front porch spanning the front of it. The interior is traditional and could stay that way but there’s also room to insert your own style through upgrades.

  • Neighborhood: Eastover
  • Realtor: Patty Hendrix at HM Properties
  • Specs: 4 bed, 3 full & 1 half bath, 3,292 square feet

1701 Scotland Ave.

1701 Scotland Ave. living room

HM Properties

333 W. 9th St. – $885,000

Turn-of-the-century beauty

We’re loving the kitchen and the use of a  farm table in place of an island — it’s different and invites people to gather. You can’t ignore the old-school charm this place has either. I love the architectural details in the moldings and around the fire place.

  • Neighborhood: Fourth Ward
  • Realtor: Lisa Donovan at Helen Adams Realty
  • Specs: 3 bed, 3 bath, 3,017 square feet

333 W. 9th St.

333 W. 9th St. living room

Helen Adams

633 Ideal Way – $1,080,000

Five bedroom in ideal location

We’re loving the upgrades throughout the home, like thick moldings, built ins, custom walk-in closet and heavy millwork.

  • Neighborhood: Dilworth
  • Realtor: Debe Maxwell at RE/MAX Executive
  • Specs: 5 bed, 3 full & 1 half bath, 3,328 square feet

633 Ideal Way entry


RE/MAX Executive

236 Ney Circle  – $1,198,000

Spacious home in downtown Davidson

We’re loving how well this house bridged indoor and outdoor living. You’ve got a huge screened in porch, a private balcony on the second floor and a beautiful brick patio (covered and uncovered portions).

  • Neighborhood: Davidson
  • Realtor: Jessica Martin at TSG Real Estate
  • Specs: 5 bed, 4 full & 2 half bath, 4,695 square feet

236 Ney Circle front

236 Ney Circle outdoor

TSG Real Estate

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