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New Homes in Mint Hill NC--Brighton Park

Are you considering new homes in Mint Hill NC?  Brighton Park in downtown Mint Hill has another new home option.  M/I Homes recently opened a model home there and has one inventory home ready for sale.  These home have craftsman style exteriors with front porches, and shingle accents.  New Homes in Mint Hill NCIf you are looking for a ranch, the builder is offering a three bedroom, three bath one story home with an optional upstairs loft.  The ranch is the smallest home offered at approximately 1900 sq.ft.  Other new homes offered at Brighton Park range in size from just under 2500 sq.ft. to approximately 3100 sq.ft.   The builder's Brighton Park prices range from $191,990 to $220,990.  Twenty lots are available in this new section of Brighton Park.

You can find other new homes in this Mint Hill NC community.  Mattamy Homes also builds new homes there starting in the $190,000s.  Market Street Communities is also offering full brick townhomes in Brighton Park.  Pre-construction pricing of the townhomes starts at $159,900. 

Brighton Park is a mixed use community in the heart of downtown Mint Hill.  The commercial center of Brighton Park includes a grocery store, restaurants, and other small shops.  Five parks are interspersed among the streets of Brighton Park.  You can find resale homes for sale in Brighton Park as well as the new homes.  The neighborhood is ideal for someone who wants a walkable neighborhood.

Learn more: 

Downtown Mint Hill NC's Walkable Neighborhoods--Brighton Park.

Click here for more information about new homes and living in Mint Hill NC.

About the author:  Carol Fox of Allen Tate Realtors at 704-814-6242 has been helping people find the right homes and neighborhoods in Mint Hill NC for over twenty years.

Copyright 2009.  Carol Fox.  *New Homes in Mint Hill NC--Brighton Park*

Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 3:25 PM by Carol Fox


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