Now that you know where the best places to live in South Charlotte are, I’ll tell you why.
We already know about location, location, location so that’s a no brainer. I’d like to get to the nitty-gritty and tell you first hand why these subdivisions are the best areas to live in South Charlotte.
Builders: Toll Brothers, Pulte, Legendary, Lennar just to name a few are the builders of these homes. Each builder has different features so you have to find the features that are most important to you. I can say this about the builders in South Charlotte, they really nail the open concept home. You’ll find that open floor plans are the norm here in South Charlotte and it’s nice! It promotes family gatherings and is perfect for entertaining.
Here is a sneak peek inside a Lennar home in Lawson.
Here is a sneak peek inside a Briarcrest home.
All of these homes have this open concept layout, aka, open floor plans. It’s really impressive to walk into these homes because you see up to 5 rooms at a time and it’s really a lot to take in.
As you can see by this diagram below, it’s imperative that your colors really relate to each other in these types of homes. I can help you with that when you purchase a home here in South Charlotte, it’s what I specialize in.
The homes in both Provence Downs and Briarcrest go up to and over 5800 square feet. That is a nice size home! Here is another peek inside a Briarcrest home. These homes have a lot of nooks and crannies and just so much character! Don’t you love the openness shown in this picture?
Here is a sneak peek inside a home a Marvin home that was built by Toll Brothers. You can see the elegance of a formal dining room. Don’t you love the dark floors? They are my favorite and look beautiful with just about any color scheme you choose.
Ok, so you know that South Charlotte’s homes are big and beautiful. You also know that if you buy one of these homes, I’ll be glad to help you choose color for them because chances are, I chose color for your neighbor. These are the homes that I’ve been choosing color for since 2007 when I first moved to Wesley Chapel and love it here and you will too!
So if you have any questions about these homes, first ask your Realtor of course but if your question pertains to color or design of these homes, I’d love to help you out. If you are lucky enough to choose your upgrades before your home is built, there are a few design faux pas that you’ll want to avoid like the dreaded orange kitchen or the horrible pinky beige bathroom tile. I’ve seen it all. Just ask