If you are tired of the hustle and bustle of big city life, then it’s time to move. Where should you move to, you ask? Well, I have an excellent place for you right in the Carolinas, and it’s called: Huntersville NC.
Besides being one of the top growing cities in the south, Charlotte, located only 14 miles from Huntersville, is one of the leading USA’s growing, eclectic urban municipalities.
Therefore, living in Huntersville NC allows you to transport yourself to the city center of Charlotte on a whim and check out its trendy vibe while enjoying the nightlife, as well as the vibrant neighborhoods nearby such as Noda, South End, and Camp North End.
Nevertheless, when you’ve had enough of the big city feel, you can return home to the beautiful, tranquil Huntersville NC.
Huntersville’s charm preludes the fact that it is close to Lake Norman, where you can do boating, fishing, hiking, and other outdoor activities, including jet ski and paddle-boating.
Huntersville’s population currently is close to 60,000 inhabitants. Making it a small city with a big feel. Everything you need is within five minutes drive, including shopping, restaurants, bakeries, farmers markets, and even wine and beer breweries. We also have our small historic downtown, including a children’s museum with a yearly membership.
Scattered throughout Huntersville NC are plenty of greenways, bike paths, and dog parks. In addition, if you are in the mood for some forest bathing or bird watching, take a quick drive to our very own Latta Plantation Nature Preserve. With plenty of hiking trails, picnic areas, outdoor grill spaces, and even rustic, elevated lookouts with a stunning view of The Mountain Island Lake.
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