then you have areas in the center of Charlotte....These I consider to be in the southpark area of Charlotte and around there.
last woudl be the southern hemphishere of Charlotte where you could be in the Fort Mill area of South Carolina s well or anywhere along the southern part of Charloote and mecklenburg county.
Ironically i am working with an IT person that works at the University right now to locate a home that is currently rentign and did what you are doing now... WEach section of Charlotte and the areas around it have their own identity. Isd one better than the other? not really...You could even go out to Harrisburg, concord and kannapolis area and work for Google...it really will come down to what you and your wife are comfortable with in terms fo neighborhoods and looks of homes and lifestyles...and you really cannot get a true feel for it without visiting Charlotte.
But if you would like to give em a call i would be happy to discuss further with you the different areas and give you soem insight from my move ehre eight years ago and the help I have provided numerous other famileis movin to the Charlotte area.
Coldwell Banker United
you would love Charlotte. I made the same move with my family 6 years ago from Seattle. I'd love to help you finding the best possible place for you and your family. Give me a call and we'll discuss what your options are.
Have a great day,
You can find everything that you need or want in the University area. There is no need to commute. The Countryside Montessori School is an affordable private school option that consistently educates children to perform several grades ahead of the public schools. The Clark Creek and Mallard Creek Greenways are the best in the county- 9 miles of running trails that will take you from the University Research Business Park to UNCC and to many neighborhoods. Many IT professionals live in the University area where you will find diversity and casual living.
I can give you teacher and parent references to call. There are many day good pre-schools: Bright Horizons, Palaroos, and various church day care centers. You will find the housing is very affordable, bike lanes in the roads, and plenty of shopping.
Wishing you success,
Congratulations on your move to Charlotte. The university area has a lot to choose from, but if you are ok with a 20-30min commute you may want to look in a few other areas as well such as Huntersville or South Charlotte. If you would like to discuss your options further feel free to give me a call anytime, 704-619-3971.