Visitor no more—this could be your new reality when you move to NoDa

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Ever-changing NoDa is one of the best places in the city to spend an afternoon with friends, hang out with your SO or indulge in some day drinking with your canine buddy. If leaving this hip part of town puts a downer on your upbeat status, there is great news says Dana Burleson, a Savvy + Co. Real Estate super agent who is consistently number one in this part of town.

With these hot listings from Savvy + Co. Real Estate, you could go from visitor status to bonafide homeowner.

“NoDa, The Art’s District, is a very diverse community that attracts all age groups. Young professionals, families with kids and empty nesters who want the vibrant neighborhood feel all live here,” says Dana. Let her walk you through the possibilities.

Ditch the car, take the light rail

With all NoDa has to offer, you never have to leave. However, if you do find the need to venture out or go to work to keep your bank account from sending a low balance alert, the world is a short walk away at 36th Street station.”The light rail coming to NoDa is going to be a great way for people who haven’t wanted to drive and park here to come in and enjoy our little slice of Charlotte,” says Dana.

If you snatched up this little beauty at 3622 Oakwood Avenue for the list price of $312,500 not only would you love the beautiful hardwood floors, killer kitchen with stainless steel appliances, center island AND rocking chair front porch, could leave road rage behind and find your zen on the light rail to Uptown or University City for work or play. While this NoDa home is under contract, Dana knows where you can find more.

Dogs and beer

Do you like dogs and beer? Or just dogs or just beer, or maybe having a beer with your dog? You can find it all in NoDa. “With the additions of new restaurants, breweries, and the light rail, there is something for everyone in NoDa,” says Dana. All of these delightful combinations can become part of your daily routine when you have a NoDa address in popular Steel Gardens for the list price of $334,500.

Come home to hardwood floors throughout main level, white kitchen cabinets with white subway backslash, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, tiled baths, top level fixtures and more. Need to survey the kingdom? You can do it from the third level covered terrace and large fenced courtyard. Living here you’ll never miss a favorite seasonal selection from some of Charlotte’s most popular breweries located nearby. And Fido doesn’t have to miss out on the fun, hit the Dog Bar to meet new two and four legged friends.

The world is your oyster, crepe, taco or Southern favorite

Seriously, if you are a foodie, living in NoDa is as close as you can get to noshing heaven.  You can eat your day away! Start at Smelly Cat Cafe for coffee and sweet treats, hit Sabor for nachos that will keep you full for a week and post a meal pic from Haberdish to create some real social media envy.

Speaking of envy, check out this amazing home in NoDa on 904 36th Street listed for $699,000 right in the heart of everything. While this listing is under contract, Dana says NoDa has more she’d love to show you!

“Watching NoDa grow and change while still retaining it’s original quirky and laid back vibe has been so fun for me as an agent and as a resident,” says Dana. Give her a call and talk about how your life could change when you starting living in NoDa.

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