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Old 09-14-2007, 07:19 AM
 
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If your moving to around Nov. I will have a place avail. Prob more like 1st of December. 3bd 2.5bath. It's actually in Cornelius
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Old 09-14-2007, 08:07 AM
 
Location: seymour,tn.
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would anyone suggest as renters shouls we rent a hose or townhome?i know back in mi.we rented a house but it was like the blacksheep of street cuz it was always a rental..we have the 2 kids 14&9 so friendliness is a major concern of mine ty kim
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Old 09-14-2007, 01:41 PM
 
Location: seymour,tn.
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well our home is being looked at tonight so we are hopeing to sell it quickly.dec 1st may work for us..send any pics or info to us a twitt692002@yahoo.com. xoxo kim
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Old 09-18-2007, 11:56 AM
 
Location: Mooresville, NC
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well we r looking for a rental for the first yr. so if we dont like the area it will be easier for us to leave.we r looking at no more than 1200 per. mo and we need 3 bedrooms ,hopefully a garage.we have 3 cars ans we need at least 1500 ft more would be nice our home now is 1900 ft ty kim

Huntersville is a great area...as is Mooresville --good schools...

You can easily get a rental for that price if you are looking...look at Heritage Green in Cornelius... I have a friend that has a property for rent for that range right now in Heritage Green.

You can also easily buy a house for that type of payment here... easily.

PM me if you would like to look at that rental!!! GOOD LUCK!
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Old 09-28-2007, 07:22 AM
 
Location: seymour,tn.
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Huntersville is a great area...as is Mooresville --good schools...

You can easily get a rental for that price if you are looking...look at Heritage Green in Cornelius... I have a friend that has a property for rent for that range right now in Heritage Green.

You can also easily buy a house for that type of payment here... easily.

PM me if you would like to look at that rental!!! GOOD LUCK!
well r house is up for sale but we have it listed as move upon closing so hopefully we will find something when we sell ,with house market just cant tell how quick it will sell..ty kim xoxoox
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Old 10-01-2007, 06:36 PM
 
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Wink SunnyKayak WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!!

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Huntersville great little city the reason I choose this location was due to it a progressive city that is growing. I dont consider it touristy but more of a bedroom community. Except for birkdale shopping area on weekends. A good time to go there is during the week alot less traffic and more peaceful.


What I like living close to the lake is I can access any time I got the urge for some fun in the sun. You are also very close to Mountain Island lake and that another lake very fun to hang out at.

There is an Aquatic Center and a little while back they had olympic diving tryouts held there.

Latta Plantation is really cool park also has the Carolina Raptor Center, horseback riding and they do special events through out the year.

I group up alot of threads relating to the area if you want to know more feel free to look at any of these threads posted below.

Newcomer Photo Guide to Lake Norman and surrounding area Im going to add on to this soon just been kind of busy.

I personally think it would be better to live on the left side of I 77 in Huntersville due to there is more traffic issues for someone living on the right side and that side has been seen a rash of crime lately.

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My husband and I are missed placed Long Island Baby Boomers. We moved to Arizona from Long Island, New York thinking that we would enjoy the endless sun and sweltering heat . Well (not).....We are literally melting away...All we are trying to do now is get back East....
Would you happen to know of any communities in Huntersville that have ranch style homes for sale. Two stories are fine with the Master on the main floor, but we would much rather have a home with all rooms being on the ground floor. We are just in our late 50's, but you know later down the line will not feel like climbing 50 stairs just to go to bed.
We have visited Indian Trail, Matthews and Huntersville and each one had their pros & cons, but somehow, we like Huntersville area the best. I guess because of it's up and coming town and beautiful surrounding lakes....It reminds us of Long Island...
It would be most helpful, if you can lend us a hand...Again, looking for ranch style homes in this area, preferably new to two years old..Thank you in advance..

Oh, and by the way, I'd like to be the first to nominate you Mayor.


Laura Cummings, Travel Agent/CLIA Member

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Old 10-01-2007, 07:24 PM
 
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Centennial has a ranch style home called the Shelton. It's built by M/I they are not a bad builder. Also most older established neighborhoods would have them too. For instance Plum Creek or Cedarfield. As land get less and less in Huntersville there is only one place to build and that is up.

Good Luck on your move!!
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Old 10-01-2007, 07:56 PM
 
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Thanks for the info, LKN Area; we will check out M/I Builders..
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Old 10-06-2007, 09:03 PM
 
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Move to Macualay neighborhood in Huntersville - VERY kid friendly - good school and great neighbors My neighbr works in the legal division at Lowes and LOVES the commute
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