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Living a Outdoor Oriented Lifestyle in Huntersville, North_Carolina

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Where to Retire in Huntersville and Home Prices

Huntersville offers several types of housing choices including waterfront homes and 55+ active adult communities (see link at right). Zillow reports the median home value to be $439,843 in late 2021.

What Is Special about Huntersville

Through managed growth, Huntersville has allowed for many parks and greenspaces to encourage outdoor recreation. The town offers many events and festivals along with those hosted by the community college.

What Is Not Special about Huntersville

If you don't enjoy being outside, you may not find much to do here.

Climate and Physical Environment

January's average temperature is 44 degrees, with July's average of 78 degrees. Huntersville does get a trace of snow during the winter, averaging about 2 inches annually.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

Huntersvillle is an outdoor oriented community with great parks, a fitness and aquatics center, hiking, and all that Lake Norman has to offer. Central Piedmont Community College presents art events and theater productions. Charlotte is nearby for all types of culture venues, activities, and great restaurants.


The crime rate here is below the national average.

Medical Facilities

The town is serviced by Huntersville Hospital and Novant Health.


Express bus service to Charlotte is available; Charlotte Douglas International Airport is 20 miles away

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