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Nestled in the center of the SouthPark area, Sharon Woods is a gem and the perfect place to call home. With its residential charm, and perfect placement of schools and churches, we love to call this place home.
Did you know that Sharon Woods has a 98% high school graduation rate and the average home price is $302,250? Another fun fact is that the addition of a concrete driveway or patio can increase your home’s value by thousands of dollars.
Our love for Oxford Hunt comes from the circular driveways and beautifully landscaped homes. And for good measure, these homes are twice Charlotte’s average price.
With an above average income level, there is no reason to skimp on new landscaping or decorative driveways. We say, splurge on it all and resell that home for 3x the price!
With a nice mix of old money and new, Providence Park gets our vote for one of the best neighborhoods in all of Charlotte. From historic estates to brand new McMansions, anyone can see why this is the place to live (and work). Perhaps the fact that they claim Charlotte’s only Fresh Market puts them on the map for visit-worthy places.
Drive around the area and check out the decorative structures. We have certainly helped to beautify many homes in this neighborhood.
This may just be our absolute favorite neighborhood because of its super low crime rate and best European restaurant. What could be better?
With just over 8,000 residents, Providence Crossing is an intimate setting where everyone seems to know each other. But that isn’t a bother for us, as it is probably why the crime rate is so low!
The name just sounds so fancy doesn’t it? Only 25 years ago, this area of Charlotte was just a big plot of farmland. Then the Bissell/Harris family saw the potential and decided to build a swanky new country club, a resort and office park.
Living in this area means you can be close to work at all times and drop in for a spa day for a little relaxation.
Chantilly is a neighborhood that has undergone a drastic reinvigoration. Homes that were once dated have been redone and are now worth triple the price. Don’t you wish you got in years ago?
We have been at the forefront of all of this and have seen concrete become a staple of these newly renovated homes.
Can you say beautiful?! Foxcroft is the type of neighborhood you see only in movies. With stunning drives, glistening front entrances, and Crepe Myrtle trees lining the streets, we can’t think of a better place to call home.
The best part about Foxcroft is the fact that a home built in 1930 sits next to a home built in 2008 and they both look perfect together.
Who hasn’t heard of the Mountainbrook Swim and Racquet Club? If you haven’t, maybe you’re not from Charlotte.
We think this area clearly has it all. Good schools, great amenities and a small and intimate neighborhood setting.
If you’re looking for the best artists and little shops in all of Charlotte, look no further. Shamrock is a quaint neighborhood where everyone knows their neighbors and the home are adorable and quaint. Don’t underestimate the charm this neighborhood has.
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Best Stamped Concrete Contractor in Charlotte and Surrounding Areas of Charlotte, NC
From Charlotte Douglas International Airport 5501 Josh Birmingham Pkwy, Charlotte, NC 28208 to Stamped Concrete Artisans.
Take Old Dowd Rd to Wilkinson Blvd.Continue on Wilkinson Blvd to South Blvd.
Take exit 1E from I-277 N. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Wilkinson Blvd.
Continue straight to stay on Wilkinson Blvd. Continue onto I-277 N (signs for I-77 N).
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1E for South Blvd toward Caldwell St. Take E 3rd St and Providence Rd to Cherokee Rd.
Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto South Blvd. Continue onto S Caldwell St. Turn right onto E 3rd St. Continue onto Providence Rd. Turn left onto Cherokee Rd
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