Highgate Luxury Homes For Sale - Weddington NC - Video

Highgate luxury homes for sale - Weddington NC located just two miles south of 485 & Providence Road, just across the Union County line. Perfect! So, not only are you minutes away from shopping in Blakeney, Ballantyne, SouthPark, and the Arboretum, you've got that straight commute to Uptown on Providence Road. Here's my neighborhood tour of Highgate.

In these Highgate luxury homes for sale - Weddington NC, didn't you love the turrets and tumbled brick exteriors? Large lots, trails to walk, ponds enhanced by fountains. As I mentioned in my video, there are new construction custom home opportunities. Let me introduce you to McNeil Homes, who specializes in Highgate luxury homes for sale - Weddington NC; luxury, executive family homes in the 5,000 - 6,000 square foot range. Their large and functional floorplans include Master down plans, multigenerational in-law suite plans, Mahogany doors, luxury finishes.

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Award-winning Classica Homes also builds on-your-lot as does Randy Poore of Fairview Builders. Because I specialize in new construction homes for sale and have relationships with ALL the Charlotte builders, I can help you with ANY of them, including Benham Builders, ZAR Custom Homes, Beacon, Arcadia, MacNeil, Shea Custom, and Grandfather Homes.

Call/Text me at 704-345-3400 to view Highgate lots and begin the interview process for your custom home! Or if you'd like to tour Highgate luxury homes for sale - Weddington NC, begin by viewing current listings here>.

By the way, for some history on Weddington, we found the following on the Town Of Weddington website:

"Reuben Boswell was born in 1755 and was a native of Spotsylvania County, Virginia. After serving in the Revolutionary War, he moved to Mecklenburg County. In the summer of 1824, Reuben donated four acres of land for what would become the Sandy Ridge Methodist Episcopal Church. Local farmers, 22 in all, donated $262.00 for the construction of the new house of worship. The establishment of this church would eventually lead to the town we know today. In time, Reuben Boswell’s daughter married a man named Weddington and in 1826, a grandson, Reuben B. Weddington arrived. For the next sixty years, Reuben B. Weddington grew, lived, and prospered in the area."

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