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As a Realtor and Charlotte native, Tiffany Hahne knows a thing or two about helping clients find a neighborhood where they feel comfortable, connect with neighbors and have access to what is important to them. “I love helping people find their dream home — from a bungalow in the city, to a single family home in the suburbs,” she says.
After a busy day of helping buyers and sellers, the Savvy + Co. Real Estate agent comes home to Highland Creek, a spacious subdivision northeast of center city Charlotte that spans both Mecklenburg and Cabarrus counties. Highland Creek is large enough to offer lots of housing choices — including single family, townhomes, attached housing and assisted living options — along with world class amenities. But, the smaller neighborhoods give it a cozy feel. Take a look!
Wondering if this beautiful development is right for you? Ask yourself these questions.
Would my family enjoy access to top-notch amenities?
Highland Creek is packed with things to do for the whole family, 365 days a year. Learn to play golf (finally) or sharpen your links skills on the 18-hole course. Work out on the tennis or basketball courts, explore the parks and playground, or cool off in one of the FOUR swimming pools. “Kids will have trouble deciding between the cool slides and the swings,” says Tiffany. All this, plus a public elementary and middle school, daycare options, summer camps and fitness classes right inside the development.
Is having a community of friends and neighbors important?
The physical place where you live and spend your time is only half the story. Being part of a true community that comes together to socialize, have fun, and help in times of need is what makes a home a home. “From day one, my neighbors have welcomed us with open arms, and we’ve looked out for each other since,” says Tiffany.
Highland Creek holds tons of community events throughout the year, including parades, move nights, scavenger hunts, fun runs, holiday parties and more!
Would I save time living close to shopping, entertainment and grocery stores?
Whether you need a bottle of wine, a night out, a new sofa, or back to school clothes for the kids, living in Highland Creek puts you in the middle of a hot shopping and entertainment destination. Right down the road from your “home sweet home” is Total Wine, Pier One Imports, Lowes, Academy Sports and Outdoors and much more. Add to the entertainment list Concord Mills, PNC Music Pavilion, AMC Theatre and Charlotte Motor Speedway, and it’s easy to find something fun to do close to home.
Earth Fare, WalMart, Harris Teeter, Publix, Trader Joe’s and many other food and grocery options are also right down the road. “The number of fabulous stores that are minutes from my house is unbelievable,” says Tiffany.
Would coming home to a private sanctuary increase my quality of life?
Wherever you go for the eight-hour grind, Highland Creek can get you there with easy access to Interstates 85, 77 and 485. Life becomes a little bit better knowing at the end of the stressful day, you are a quick hop, skip and jump to your private sanctuary in Highland Creek. Relieve stress on the golf course, walking trail or swimming pool. Take the dog for a stroll among the mature trees, or meet friends at the clubhouse.
When life calls you elsewhere, Charlotte Douglas International Airport and Concord Regional Airport (cheap flights to Florida, anyone?) are easy to get to.
Want to learn more about Highland Creek and if it is the right fit for you and your family? Contact Tiffany Hahne and take a look at your next new home. And if you dream home is located in another part of the Queen City, she can help with that too!
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