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Mint Hill, NC

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Due to the extraordinary growth of the town, now is an excellent time to look at new homes in Mint Hill. Cheval is an equestrian-centered master-planned community which features luxurious construction by well-renowned area builders like Evans Coghill and ClassicaOutspread and beautiful, Cheval is not too far from the activity and livliness of Charlotte; nor is it too close.  Natural, mature growth cloaks the neighborhood, and the new homes of Cheval blend perfectly with it all. Cheval homes are both modern and timeless, so rest assured knowing a house here will continue to be stately for years and years to come. Homesites are also available in the Cheval community.

LiveWell Homes takes great pride in its Stonebridge at Mint Hill community, which is large and open with a pond at the center. Stone and brick homes of many colors make this feel like a quintessential neighborhood, while roundabouts crowned with landscaping show how it strives to be safe and beautiful for all.  On top of all else, the ample space between each home allows beautiful blue skies to reign over Stonebridge.

Olde Stonegate by Benchmark is scenic for many reasons. The community is surrounded by woods consisting of many types of trees. The lovely brick homes within the community are built for durability and curb-appeal.  The community features single-story and two-story options which flow together seamlessly.  Lampposts give-offcozy lighting by nights, and our lovely adornment at all hours of the day.

History of Mint Hill

Although the official establishment date of Mint Hill is March 11, 1971, local history dates back to its initial settlement in the 1750's. The original residents travelled from Maryland and Pennsylvania to farm the land and create lives for themselves and their descendants. Currently, Mint Hill has a population of about 25,000, roughly a 10% increase from 2010. Mint Hill's business population has grown as well, with about 2,100 of them in existence.

Mint Hill is a city which is proud of its ancestors. The Carl J. McEwen Historic Village is a collection of preserved town buildings, such as a general store and a school house, filled with reenacting volunteers. The town also maintains the N.C. Korean War Memorial to make sure the casualties of the Forgotten War are anything but.