141 Riverfront Parkway in Mount Holly's Riverfront community is now a closed sale courtesy of Nina Hollander and the Carolinas Realty Partners with RE/MAX Executive in Charlotte, North Carolina. We were delighted to represent our buyers, who are repeat clients, whom we helped to buy their current home three years ago. With job changes, they wanted to move from east of Charlotte over towards Gaston County on the west side of Charlotte to improve their commute.
141 Riverfront Parkway is a 4 bedroom/2.5 bathroom/2,700+ square foot home built in 2003 situated on a lushly landscaped .24 acre lot. The one-owner home was beautifully maintained and extensively upgraded over the years. The home sold at $274,900.
The home features a great room with fireplace, a formal living room, open kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances, island with seating, butler's pantry and adjacent breakfast area, a large formal dining room, and beautiful hardwood floors on the main floor. An oversized master suite with sitting area and spa-inspired bathroom is a true retreat on the second floor. The Trex deck is a natural extenson of the home's living and entertainint areas. An in-ground irrigation system keeps the extensivelandscaping and beautiful flowering bushes blooming and lush. The 2-car garage provides parking and storage space.
Why Live In Riverfront In Mount Holly, North Carolina?
Riverfront community sits adjacent to the Catawba River and minutes from the U.S. National Whitewater Center. For anyone loving recreational activities centered around water, this is the perfect community to live in. Riverfront provides residents with an Olympic size pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, and play ground.
Riverfront community has three to five bedroom homes ranging in size from 1600+ square feet to over 3,500 square feet. The average home prices range from the lower $200,000's to the mid-$400,000's. Riverfront also has town homes, which sell from the high $140,000's to the low $160,000's. The typical town home has three bedrooms, but there are some with two and four bedrooms.
Why Do People Choose To Live In Mount Holly, North Carolina?
The City of Mount Holly features six parks (two of which are located along the waterfront with kayak and canoe launches). and a public, full-service marina and likes to call itself a city that "connects community and nature." Mount Holly's public, full-service Tailrace Marina is situated on Lake Wylie on the site of a former spinning mill built in the 1880's, offering 191 public and private boat slips, both covered and open. Tairace Marina is easily accessible by water or land and offers pontoon, kayak, canoe and paddle board rentals. It is the site of parties, community events, waterfront weddings, and offers picnic and pet walking areas.
Mount Holly is rich in history, including St. Joseph’s Chapel, the oldest Catholic Chapel still standing in North Carolina and also features a historical downtown, including a Country Store that serves famous Tony’s ice cream, boutiques and gift shops.
Mount Holly prides itself on having been designated a Playful City USA, a recognition program honoring cities and towns which ensure that kids in their communities, particularly kids from low-income families, get the balanced and active play they need to thrive. Mount Holly provides easy access to Uptown Charlotte (about 20 minutes), Charlotte-Douglas Airport, and to I-85 and I-485, as well as to shopping, medical services, and casual and fine dining.
This information the Riverfront neighborhood in Mount Holly, NC is brought to you courtesy of Nina Hollander and Carolinas Realty Partners, RE/MAX Executive, your Charlotte metro area real estate consultants and south Charlotte area specialists.
If you are considering purchasing or selling a home in Riverfront or anywhere in the Mount Holly area, I would love an opportunity to earn your business, exceed your expectations, and to prove to you that:
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