Historic Charlotte Real Estate
Historic Charlotte homes for sale have a rich history dating back to 1768 when the city was founded. Springing up at the intersection of two Native-American trading paths, Charlotte was named for Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III of England. The “Queen City” became an agricultural hub after the Civil War, and with addition of a major railroad, became a primary spot for textile industries. Growth and development continued throughout the early 1900’s, and a number of neighborhoods were developed on the outskirts of this burgeoning industrial hub.
Historic Charlotte is comprised of many smaller, older neighborhoods, each with its own unique history and style. Click on the hyperlinks below to get information onhistoric Charlotte homes for sale, and get information on each neighborhood:
NoDa/The Arts District
Historic Charlotte Homes for Sale – Experienced Realtor
If you’ve been wondering about whether now is a good time to put your home on the market and have an historic Charlotte home for sale, give me a call. I’d love to meet with you to discuss your goals and timeline, and share my comprehensive 21-point marketing plan. I implement the latest technology in marketing your home, so that it will be seen by the broadest pool of qualified buyers. Your historic Charlotte home is a unique asset, and my plan encompasses professional photography, staging, strong Internet marketing with a unique website for your home, blogging, strong communication and followup, and transaction management. Realtors ARE different in what they offer – contact me to find out how I set myself apart.
If you are considering buying an historic Charlotte home for sale, it would be my privilege to partner with you in the process. I truly listen to your needs and wants, and work within your timeline and budget. Call today for your no obligation consultation!Melissa Brown NC/SC Broker/Realtor® 704-654-9700 Melissa@MelissaBrownHomes.com