Weddington Home Under Contract In 3 Days: 2216 Potter Cove Lane

Under contract in weddington 2216 potter cove lane

Under contract in just three days in Potters Creek Estates! Nestled on a very private, wooded 1.17 acre cul-de-sac lot, 2216 Potter Cove Lane offers a serene, park-like setting featuring lush landscaping, a massive custom-built deck, custom-built stone waterfall and stone fireplace. This unique and extraordinary outdoor living space is a natural extension of the home’s living and entertaining spaces, which will quickly become a favorite spot for relaxing and entertaining. A truly special home in a beautiful, tranquil country setting, close to top-rated Weddington schools, as well as all the amenities and conveniences of sophisticated city life.

For Sale In Weddington: 2216 Potter Cove Lane

2216 Potter Cove Lane For Sale

Nestled on a very private, wooded 1.17 acre cul-de-sac lot, 2216 Potter Cove Lane offers a serene, park-like setting featuring lush landscaping, a massive custom-built deck, custom-built stone waterfall and stone fireplace. This unique and extraordinary outdoor living space is a natural extension of the home’s living and entertaining spaces, which will quickly become a favorite spot for relaxing and entertaining. A truly special home in a beautiful, tranquil country setting, close to top-rated Weddington schools, as well as all the amenities and conveniences of sophisticated city life.

Real Estate News You Can Use: August 2020

real estate news you can use from great homes in charlotte

Real estate news you can really use. August 2020 Newsletter with seven timely articles about the housing market and advice for home owners, home sellers, home buyers. This month’s newsletter focuses on information and the outlook for the housing recovery in 2020. See what the experts are predicting for the housing market. Find out if we’ll be seeing a surge of home buyers moving to the suburbs and why the assistance of a real estate professional is more critical than ever.

Hottest Selling Charlotte Area Neighborhoods: July 2020

Charlotte Region's Top Selling Neighborhoods In Jly 2020

500+ top selling neighborhoods in the Charlotte area as of July 2020, where at least one home sold each month for the past 12 months. Plus a list of the 250 hottest selling neighborhoods in the city of Charlotte and in Mecklenburg County in July. Find out if your neighborhood is on these lists. See what the experts’ reaction is to the 2020 housing market recovery (video).

York County, SC Real Estate Report: Q2-2020

York County, SC Real Estate Report Qtr 2-2020

York County remained a home seller’s market in the second quarter of 2020 with inventory and months supply of homes more than half of what it was in the same quarter in 2019. Lack of inventory, coupled with buyer demand exceeding supply, increased home prices in the second quarter and reduced the cumulative days on market. Lack of inventory also contributed to a decrease in closed sales.

Lancaster County, SC Real Estate Report: Q2-2020

Lancaster County SC Real Estate Update Q2-2020

Lancaster County (home to Indian Land) remained a home seller’s market in the second quarter of 2020 with inventory and months supply of homes considerably lower than in the same quarter in 2019. Lack of inventory, coupled with buyer demand exceeding supply, increased home prices in the second quarter and reduced the cumulative days on market.

Charlotte Region Real Estate Report: July 2020

Charlotte Area Real Estate Update July 2020

July 2020 saw a continued and solid strengthening in the housing market in the Charlotte region despite the ongoing pandemic. Home showings were up, home prices were up, inventory was down dramatically, closed and pending sales were up. See the July 2020 housing market updates for Mecklenburg, Union, Lancaster and York Counties.

Union County, NC Real Estate Report: Q2-2020

Union County NC Real Estate Update Q2-2020

Union County, NC remained a home seller’s market in the second quarter of 2020 with inventory and months supply of homes less than half of what we had in the same quarter in 2019. Lack of inventory, coupled with buyer demand exceeding supply, increased home prices in the second quarter and reduced days on market.