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Williams Crossing in Matthews NC--Homes for Sale and Neighborhood Profile

Williams Crossing in Matthews NC—Homes for Sale and Neighborhood Profile

Click here for an update to the 2011 real estate market in Williams Crossing.

Williams Crossing is tucked away on the quiet side of Matthews NC.  This small neighborhood is located off Williams Road, which still has the feel of a country road.  Shopping centers with big box retailers, restaurants, and other businesses are conveniently located within two to three miles of the neighborhood along Independence Blvd.  Historic downtown Matthews with its farmers market and quaint shops is a short drive away as well.

Williams Crossing homes were built in the late 1990s and early 2000s.  The homes feature brick fronts and vinyl sides.  The floor plans are open with most offering five or six bedrooms.  Heated area ranges from approximately 2200 square feet to over 3000 square feet.

Williams Crossing Community Features

Community Amenities:  None

Builders:  Cambridge Homes

Schools:  Crown Point Elementary, Mint Hill Middle, Butler High.  School assignments are subject to change.  Check with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Schools for current school assignments.  

Williams Crossing Real Estate Market Update

January to December 2009

Single Family Homes

Homes Sold:  3

Prices:  $190,000 to $278,000      Average Sales Price:  $222,666 

Average Square Feet:  2815                

Average Days on Market:  53

Source:  Carolina Multiple Listing Service

Williams Crossing Homes for Sale

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Copyright 2010.  Carol Fox.  Allen Tate Realtors.  *Williams Crossing in Matthews NC—Homes for Sale and Neighborhood Profile*

Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 2:37 PM by Carol Fox


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