This spacious subdivision northeast of center city Charlotte spans both Mecklenburg and Cabarrus counties and boasts a beautiful variety of homes. Though expansive, there’s plenty of small-neighborhood energy throughout it. Highland Creek is divided into smaller villages with families walking their dogs and children riding their bikes around cul-de-sacs. There are amenities for the entire family – an 18-hole golf course, tennis and basketball courts, four swimming pools, several parks and playgrounds, a public elementary and middle school, daycare, summer camps, fitness classes, assisted living facilities and so much more. That’s not to mention all the events, parades and get-togethers the community organizes.
With Concord Mills and numerous nearby grocery stores, there’s plenty of shopping in the area. You’ll also discover an array of family-friendly entertainment options, including the Concord Mills shopping center, PNC Music Pavilion, Great Wolf Lodge, Charlotte Motor Speedway, AMC Theatre, Sea Life Aquarium, The Speedpark at Concord Mills, Dave & Busters and loads of great restaurants. Work or play in center city? There’s easy access to I-85, I-77 and I-485.