10582 Sweethaven Lane Harrisburg, NC 28075
Prepare to be wowed with this beautifully constructed David Weekley craftsman that features one level living and too many upgrades to mention. From the oversized primary suite to the open main living area floor plan, entertain family & friends for all the gatherings in your gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry, massive center island with breakfast bar, and your cozy dining area complete with the best buffet in Harrisburg! With easy access to I-485, downtown Harrisburg's shopping & dining, and a fantastic school district you'll surely be the talk of the neighborhood. There's plenty of room for your toys in the oversized two-car attached garage or would you prefer to relax in your private backyard oasis with a retractable screened-in patio? Did we mention it has a 4,750kW solar power system that will not only save you money but make you feel good while doing so? Houses don't hit the market often in Hawthorne so don't wait or you'll miss out on your dream home & the many years of memories!
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Located northeast of Charlotte, Harrisburg is a charming small town offering laid-back country living just minutes from it all. This safe and upscale area is desired for its tight-knit community, local businesses and central location.
Harrisburg real estate includes a wide range of homes, including traditional brick homes, updated historic homes and charming Colonial homes. The country feel of Harrisburg means homes are situated on large lots, enjoying the areaâ€™s natural surroundings. Neighborhoods in Harrisburg include well-maintained streets dotted with trees, pristine landscaping and beautiful homes.
Lifestyle and Attractions
The small town feel of Harrisburg is attractive to visitors and residents alike, who are able to escape the busyness of life while maintaining a reasonable distance to the heart of the city. Harrisburg is located about 30 minutes away from Charlotte, which hosts a myriad of shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and cultural attractions. However, Harrisburg has several local eateries, coffee shops and other small businesses for residents to enjoy right in their backyard. Harrisburg is one of the safest cities in North Carolina, with a violent crime rate at half of the national average and a property crime rate less than half than that of other American cities.
Harrisburg hosts a number of parks, including the 12-acre Harrisburg Park, featuring a playground, trails and picnic tables. The 37-acre Pharr Mill Park is the perfect place for outdoor recreation, with winding trails, a fishing pond, volleyball courts and horseshoe courts. Residents of Harrisburg enjoy watching NASCAR races at the nearby Charlotte Motor Speedway or Concord Speedway. Upscale shopping is available at Concord Mills, a large retail center about 15 minutes away, and SouthPark Mall, an elite shopping center just south of Charlotte about 45 minutes from Harrisburg.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Harrisburg has public schools in Cabarrus County Schools, including Harrisburg Elementary, Hickory Ridge Middle School and Hickory Ridge High School. Harrisburgâ€™s proximity to Charlotte gives families more than 50 private schools to choose from, in addition to the nearby Village Christian Academy and Hope Academy. Harrisburg is located near several universities and colleges, including the renowned University of North Carolina at Charlotte located just a few miles away. This public research university is the largest institution of higher education in the Charlotte region, with more than 28,000 students enrolled.
Scots-Irish settlers arrived in the area that is now known as Harrisburg between 1732 and 1765. One settler, Robert Harris, accumulated many landholdings during this time. His descendents sold some of the land for the right-of-way for a railroad, which was named Harris Depot. The railroad attracted business, and a town center was subsequently built around it. By 1874, the hamlet and depot were renamed as Harrisburg. The economics of this small town shifted from rails to the road with the 1923 arrival of the new highway, N.C. 49, and the original Harrisburg Depot railroad station closed in 1933.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 20 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 23 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 22.5 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 13.5 Miles
I-485: 3.5 Miles
I-85: 7 Miles
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