Brighton Park, a great walkable neighborhood with big front porches and gingerbread trim.
Do you like the idea of living in a Charlotte neighborhood where every home has a big front porch and there are sidewalks and parks where residents can meet and gather? If so, you might love living in Brighton Park, a newer compact neighborhood in the heart of Mint Hill NC. Mint Hill is a small, low-density town on Charlotte’s eastern edge. Brighton Park was designed to add vitality to Mint Hill’s downtown.
You can find a cottage, a bungalow or a traditional two-story home in Brighton Park. Garages face rear alleys so the neighborhood retains its traditional feel. If you prefer an attached townhome, three-story units are available as well.
A community shopping center anchors one corner of Brighton Park. The neighborhood is very conducive to walking to the store for a loaf of bread or eating lunch at one of the restaurants at the shopping center.
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Copyright 2012. Carol Fox. Allen Tate Realtors. *Charlotte Neighborhoods—Brighton Park*
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