Lake Ridge $206,500 - $217,500
Locust Town Center $174,900 - $216,695


Edgewater $114,900 - $449,000
Golf View at Stonebridge $169,900 - $235,000

As a "Border City," Charlotte offers you the choice of Tribute Homes neighborhood locations that are in both North Carolina and South Carolina. While many Tribute Homes buyers like the convenience of our Charlotte, North Carolina neighborhoods, others are discovering how friendly South Carolina is to retirees. South Carolina has significant benefits related to cost of living, including lower income taxes, lower property taxes and lower insurance rates. These advantages are available in our South Carolina neighborhoods in Lancaster and York Counties, which are within 15 to 45 minutes of Uptown Charlotte.

Charlotte is the largest city in the US which is located in North America's humid subtropical climate zone. The city experiences warm, humid summers and cool winters. Often expressed as moderate, pleasant and bright, Charlotte's weather is normally distinguished by bright sunshine with clear blue skies. The residents of Charlotte benefit from close proximity to both the Blue Ridge Mountains and world-class beaches providing “best of both worlds” options.

1. NASCAR Hall of Fame

Relive the races! The NASCAR Hall of Fame turns your head with interactive exhibits, makes your pulse race with simulator rides and thrills you with the High Octane Theater. NASCAR Hall of Fame Relive the races!

Top ten things we love About Charlotte
2.Charlotte Douglas International Airport

With over 640 daily departures and non-stop service to over 125 destinations, the hardest part about getting away is packing.

3.Professional Sports Teams

From the Carolina Panthers professional football team to the Charlotte Bobcats professional basketball team, we’re all about the cats!

4.Lakes - Norman, Wiley, Fishing Creek

Water, water, everywhere! Sometimes called the “inland sea,” Lake Norman is home to a yacht club and supplies electricity and drinking water to surrounding areas. Along the Catawba River, Lake Wylie is ringed with close towns and the Carowinds amusement park, while Fishing Creek Reservoir offers public access and incredible bird watching.

5.US National Whitewater Center

Home to the U.S. Olympic Whitewater Team, this is a great place to kayak, canoe, or go hiking and biking along beautiful lakeside and riverside trails.

6.Close Proximity to the Mountains

Just two hours from Charlotte, lose your stress, and find yourself in the stunning natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Appalachian Mountains.


From a lazy river to thrilling roller coasters, Carowinds offers adventure and stage shows for the whole family, right at the edge of Charlotte.

8.Great Four Season Climate

Mild winters, a long, early spring, and a summer that just melts your worries away. Charlotte gives you four seasons, but it seems like you get the best of them, with plenty of clear, sunny days, perfect for being outside.

9.Uptown Charlotte

Explore the shops by day and hotspots at night in Uptown, where you’ll find over 120 restaurants and 50 nightspots. Uptown is the home to major international companies, and more than 25 million visitors come annually to take in the museums and unique culture.

10.Close Proximity to The Beach

Just over three hours away, the pristine waters and white sands of Myrtle Beach invite you to roll up your pantlegs and splash in the waves.