Neighborhood Spotlight: Antiquity

28 May 2015 · DHG

Described as a “great neighborhood in a great location,” Antiquity is a growing, up-and-coming neighborhood in Cornelius, North Carolina, 20 miles north of Charlotte.Antiquity backs up to Davidson, which makes the location convenient. It’s a mixed-use development, continually adding new businesses and shops. Residents of Antiquity will enjoy the proximity of grocery shopping at a brand-new Harris Teeter, as well as outdoor dining and recreation.
Antiquity homeowners will have exclusive use of a community pool, and there’s a greenway just outside the neighborhood. Trails within the neighborhood, nine mini-parks and athletic fields will offer plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors! There’s a planned 30-acre park, which will surround the village, and a 2,500-seat amphitheater will host various summer performances.
The development houses single-family homes, townhomes and apartments. Currently, single-family home prices range from about $260,000 – $490,000, while townhomes run $175,000 – $250,000. Plans include more than 1,000 residences.
Antiquity is a “smart-growth community”, a designation meaning developers work to preserve and enhance an area’s natural and cultural resources. This includes mixed land uses, walkable neighborhoods, open spaces, ties to existing communities and natural beauty.
If Antiquity sounds like a great community for you, you can begin your home search here. DHG Broker/Realtor Whitney Parsons is a former Antiquity resident, and she’s happy to answer any questions you might have, or help you find the perfect home!

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