4480 SW Turnberry Court Concord, N.C. 28027
Nestled in the desirable neighborhood of Morris Glen and positioned on a lovely 0.46 lot, this move-in ready residence is sure to not only impress, but set apart from the rest!
The beautifully renovated kitchen features gorgeous stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, a breakfast bar, pendant lighting and lustrous granite countertops. This bright kitchen also includes a custom back splash, a cooling ceiling fan, upgraded fixtures and durable flooring.
The Dining Room
The Great Room
Entertain loved ones in the great room with gleaming hardwood flooring, an upgraded ceiling fan, a neutral wall color and a cozy fireplace. This gorgeous room also boasts views of the yard, windows with blinds and bar seating to the kitchen.
The Master Suite
The master retreat provides a soothing oasis of special conveniences and comforts at dayâ€™s end with ample closet space, a designer paint color, a soothing ceiling fan and a spa inspired bathroom. This spectacular suite also offers plush neutral carpeting and large windows with blinds. The master bathroom features an elongated dual sink vanity, soaking tub, a glorious walk-in shower and upgraded fixtures.
The Master Bathroom
The Secondary Bedrooms
Out and About in Concord & Cabarrus County… Backing Up Classics Museum Owned by Morrison Motors, the museum opened in Concord in 1970. The 18,000 square-foot museum features over 50 classic cars, race cars, muscle cars and motorcycles, a gift shop, and banquet, meeting and party facilities. For more information, visit www.morrisonmotorco.com.
Cabarrus Creamery In 2003, local businessman Hunter Huss revived the 80-year old creamery located in Concord and operated by the Burage family. Since then, the ice cream shop has become a steady favorite with locals and visitors. With over 25 flavors like “Moon Pie” and “Sliced Lemon”, the shop offers ice cream by the scoop, in a sundae or banana split, shakes and more. Visit them at 21 Union Street in Concord.
Carolina Renaissance Festival The Carolinas’ annual Renaissance Festival is rapidly becoming a popular regional attraction and tradition. Thousands of visitors drive to the charming forest and meadows, just north of Charlotte, that have been transformed into an elaborate 16th century village celebrating the adventure, pageantry and romance of the Renaissance era. You can mingle with royalty, townspeople, equestrians and artisans; enjoy endless entertainment, tasty and savory foods, rides and games. From the lowliest of peasants to King Henry himself, along with lovely maidens, and gamesmen, all bring to life the ambience of a Renaissance village at play. The Festival performs for seven weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) October through November.
Charlotte Motor Speedway Don’t miss the excitement of racing close to the Lake Norman area. The speedway is home to NASCAR, IROC, IRL, World Karting, DIRT and Legends Car racing. Major NASCAR events are held in May and October. You can also ride around the track to get a perspective of racing. For more information, visit www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.
Concord Mills Mall A 1.4 million square-foot retail complex which opened in September 1999, Concord Mills offers over 200 stores, a 24-screen movie theater, Dave & Busters and Jeepers entertainment centers, and a NASCAR SpeedPark. For more information, visit www.concordmillsmall.com.
Kannapolis Intimidators Baseball Organized in 1995, the Minor League Class A Team is affiliated with the Chicago White Sox and is name for the late NASCAR racing legend and former owner Dale Earnhardt. The team plays in Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium in Kannapolis. For more information, visit www.intimidatorsbaseball.com.
Gem Theatre Originally built in 1938 and reconstructed after a fire in 1948, the single-screen Art Deco theatre located in Kannapolis now shows primarily second-run movies at discounted prices. For more information, visit www.gem-theatre.com.
History of Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina and the seat of Mecklenburg County. In 2009, Charlotte's population was estimated to be 716,874, making it the 19th largest city in the United States. A resident of Charlotte is referred to as a Charlottean. Nicknamed the Queen City, Charlotte (as well as the county containing it) is named in honor of the German Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg, who had become queen consort of British King George III the year before the city's founding. A second nickname derives from later in the 18th century. During the American Revolutionary War, British commander General Cornwallis occupied the city but was driven out soon afterwards by hostile residents, prompting him to write that Charlotte was "a hornet's nest of rebellion," leading to another city nickname: The Hornet's Nest. 1321 Burtonwood Circle
In 2009, the Charlotte metropolitan area had an estimated population of 1,725,759. The Charlotte metropolitan area is part of a wider thirteen-county labor market region or combined statistical area that has an estimated population (as of 2007) of 2,277,074. In 2008, Charlotte was chosen the "Best Place to Live in America" by relocate-america.com in its annual ranking, based on factors including employment opportunities, crime rates, and housing affordability. It was also named #8 of the 100 "Best Places to Live and Launch" by CNNMoney.com - cities picked for their vibrant lifestyles and opportunities for new businesses.
3426 Toringdon Way Charlotte, NC 704-705-7036
LEIGH BROWN | RE/MAX Executive Realty
7752 Gateway Lane Concord, NC 704-705-7036
2901 Coltsgate Road Charlotte, NC 704-705-7036
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