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mrs.s.stone8…, Home Buyer in Charlotte, NC

Which subdivisions in 28269, 28213 or 28262 allows homeowners to have their own private swimming pools in your own back yard?

Asked by mrs.s.stone818, Charlotte, NC Sat Jul 13, 2013

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Good afternoon, Mrs Stone:
I have researched all homes and ever listed in these areas the Multiple Listings and located in these zip codes. There was at least one home advertised as having a pool on the property in each of the following subdivisions Allen Hills, Amber Leigh, Amber Ridge, Arvin Hills, Autumn Wood, Autumnwood, Back Creek Downs, Back Creek Forest, Brookstone, Brownes Ferry, Brynmoor, Charcon Heights, Cheshunt, Claybrooke, Clearbrook, College Downs, Colvard Park, Colville, Crater Park, Crestwood, Davis Lake, Deercross, Devonshire, East Field, Eastern Highlands, Eastfield, Echo Glen, Faires Farm, Farmington, Fox Glen, Generals Estates, Great Oaks, Greenlefe Village, Grenelefe, Hampton Glen, Hampton Glenn, Harrington Woods, Harris Pointe, Hayden Commons, Hemby Woods, Hidden Valley, Highland Creek, Highland Park, Houston Farms, Hunter Glen, Hunting Creek, Hunting Ridge, Katelyn Moors, Kelsey Glen, Knollwood, Knollwood Acres, Leslie Farms, Lexington, Loren Farms, Mallard Creek Crossing, Mallard Grove, Mallard Ridge, Mallard Trace, Mallard Woods, Meadowbrook Forest, Milhaven Woods, None, Norcroft, Old Concord, Old Stone Crossing, Olde Concord, Overlook, Poplar Springs, Prosperity Point, Quail Ridge, Radbourne, Robyns Glen, Rolling Acres, Rolling Oaks, Royal Oaks, Scotsborough, Shady Hills, Sinclair Place, Spring Park, Stonefield, subdivision, Sugar Springs, Sweetwater, Tanglewood, The Settlements at Withrow Downs, The Villages Of Leacroft, The Vineyards, The Vinyards, Timber Creek, Wellington, Wexford, Whispering Oaks, Winchester, Withrow Downs. Details of all these homes are in the below weblink. Whether or not this pool was legally constructed or properly approved by the HOA, would require additional research. But there is a very good chance that if one home has a pool, another should be allowed to also. If you have a full time agent with a Masters degree in Planning with Finance and over two decades of experience, working for you, you will likely do better in negotiations. I'd be pleased to provide that service. If you appreciate this answer, please give it a thumbs up, or if this was the most helpful answer, please say thanks with a best answer click.
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 16, 2013
There are homes with swimming pools in many neighborhoods in those 3 zip codes. Most neighborhoods allow in-ground pools but require architectural approval from the homeowner board. Where there is no HOA, just a city permit needs to be pulled. Since our climate has changed to a sub-tropical climate in Charlotte metro, we are seeing more pools being installed. In general, homes with well maintained pools sell faster than those with out a pool. How an appraiser evaluates a swimming pool depends on the installation, aesthetic appeal, age of the pool, etc.

Now, above ground pools are a different matter altogether.

So in 28269- Radbourne, Colvard Park, Brookstone, Highland Creek, Mallard Woods, and more
In 28262- Brantley Oaks, Farmwood North, and more
In 28213- at least 12 subdivisions at a quick look on MLS

If you have a more specific question, then email me at robin.faison@gmail.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 13, 2013
There are probably a few that do. A lot of it is going to depend on what you are looking for in a home and where you want to live. Are you looking for something new or something a resale? Some of the older subdivisions will probably allow your own pools and the newer ones most likely have community pools...There are factors to consider like your price point, type of house you are looking for and features and amenities you want in a home.

But I have sold homes in a couple of those zip codes where pools were either already installed or the buyer planned on putting one in.... So a little more information will help and you can find homes that will allow it. You just need to refine your search and find a Realtor to help you out.

Dave diCecco
Coldwell Banker United
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