9235 Sweetleaf Place Charlotte, NC 28278
- 6 Beds
- 9 Baths
- 17135 sq.ft.
Located in the southwest area of the city, you can find traditional homes that have been there for generations and then new construction homes. People love the area because of the location and affordability. It's not far from Uptown and convenient to the airport for frequent travelers. Welcome to Steele Creek.
Steele Creek is one of the fastest-growing areas in Charlotte area. One can typically get more space, both land wise and house wise for their money compared to closer in to uptown. New construction communities are booming in this area for both single-family homes and townhomes.
The area gets its name from the small creek by the same name that runs through the community. It is believed that the name "Steele" was the family surname of the Scotch-Irish immigrants who settled in the area in the 17th and early 18th centuries. The area was one of the original 15 townships of Mecklenburg County and was designated as Steele Creek Township.
Back in the 1950s, the NC State Legislature revised laws that governed how cities could annex adjacent areas. The city of Charlotte annexed nearly two-thirds of Steele Creek. It remained mostly farmland until the early 2000s when NC 49 was widened and the opening of I 485 brought about major infrastructure improvements to the area. Steele Creek saw a 70% population boom between 2000 and 2007 and continues to be one of the fastest-growing suburbs of Charlotte.
When it comes to real estate in the Steele Creek area, it all comes down to your taste and budget. You can find older, more established neighborhoods as well as new construction neighborhoods. There are many townhomes being built as well which appeal to first-time home buyers. One can also find lakefront property available with a Charlotte address. Home prices range from mid $150's up to $2.5 million.
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