Marshbrooke in East Charlotte

East Charlotte’s Marshbrooke neighborhood touches parts of Mint Hill and Matthews, and is just 9 miles southeast of downtown, which makes it quite appealing to residents who like the idea of being close to urban amenities, yet far enough away to enjoy the charm of southern suburban life. Boarded by Independence Boulevard, State Road 3143, and NC Highway 51, Marshbrooke’s close proximity to these large corridors may make it a smart choice for commuters and their families. As you travel down Idlewood, Margaret Wallace, and Sam Newell Roads, past the charming late 1970’s houses, mingled with newer 21st century homes, you can easily see why many young families are attracted to the quaint characteristics of the Marshbrooke neighborhood.

In addition to the travel conveniences, residents choose Marshbrooke for it’s lower than average cost of living. At the time this page was written, the median home price in Marshbooke was $116,386K, compared to Charlotte’s $170,200. The neighborhood offers single family homes, condominium, and townhome options. In recent years, home prices in this neighborhood have ranged from the 100’s to the 200s.

Activities abound for Marshbrooke residents, inside or outside. The Charlotte Museum of History, Hezekiah Alexander house, Mint Museum, and the Ovens Auditorium museums are just outside of Marshbrooke offering locals and visitors a taste of Charlotte history and culture. For the outdoor types, Marshbrooke is near two of Charlotte's largest and most visited parks, McAlpine Creek Park, a 114-acre spread with a 3-acre lake and an off-leash dog park, and Idlewild Road Park with a walking trail, a playground, shelters, and softball fields on 120-acres.

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Homes for Sale in the Greater Marshbrooke Area of East Charlotte

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