Want to live in south Charlotte? Consider Sardis Woods.
Bordered by McAlpine Creek, Sardis Road, and Monroe Road, Sardis Woods offers some of the best home values in south Charlotte. If you’re looking for a ranch-style home, a property on an absurdly large lot, or proximity to highways and retail, Sardis Woods is a stone worth turning over. It’s an extremely livable, community-oriented neighborhood close to Matthews and plenty of shops and restaurants and it’s highly affordable, too.
Here are a few of the best things about living in Sardis Woods.
Exceptional Home Values:
You’d be hard-pressed in Charlotte to get more home for your money than in Sardis Woods. The average home price in the neighborhood is under $200,000 and many of the homes here feature mature trees and large, fenced-in lots. Particularly if you’re hoping to establish a lifetime home, start a family, or retire, Sardis Woods provides a lot of value. It’s a great neighborhood to consider if you want to make your home your own, too – plenty of renovation opportunities are always available!
Retail and Restaurants:
Want to be close to plenty of shopping, dining, and grocery options? Sardis Woods backs up to the Galleria Shopping Center, home to a WalMart and dozens of other restaurants and stores. It’s home to the Carolina Cinemas, Charlotte Swim Academy, and plenty of quick-dinner options, too. The neighborhood itself is largely residential which means though retail’s not walkable, it’s a short drive away from all its tranquil, tree-lined streets.
McAlpine Creek Park, one of the best parks in Charlotte, overlaps Sardis Woods. It’s got a lake, 114-acres of green space, and even a dog park! It’s the centerpiece of this part of Charlotte and it’s nearly always teeming with families, kids, and active people. James Boyce Park, another Charlotte jewel, has a great playground, softball fields, and picnic tables for public use. There are plenty of places for a family to get outside in Sardis Woods.
Whether you work in south Charlotte, in Matthews, or even in Uptown, Sardis Woods provides an easy commute. Particularly given the expansion of Independence/Hwy 74 into a major freeway, commuting is a breeze from any part of the neighborhood. Access to 485 is less than 3 miles away and Highway 51/Pineville Matthews Road runs right under the southern tip of the area. No matter where you’re trying to get in south Charlotte, Sardis Woods has a centralized location.
Find out more about why Sardis Woods should be on your short list.
Call On the Move Charlotte right now to talk about your family’s options in Sardis Woods!
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