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David Weekley Homes closing out three communities

Central Living by David Weekley Homes has one three-story townhome left for purchase in Central Living at Iverson.

Central Living by David Weekley Homes has one three-story townhome left for purchase in Central Living at Iverson.

 

David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, is now in close out in multiple Charlotte-area communities, including Central Living at Iverson, Central Living at Ideal Way and Carson.

In Central Living at Iverson, only one three-story townhome remains. Off South Boulevard with a Dilworth address and skyline views, The Hatfield is just over 1,900 square feet with three bedrooms, three full baths, one half bath and a two-car, rear-load garage. This home is priced from the $575s and includes a covered outdoor living area, entertaining spaces and an open-concept, cooktop kitchen.

There is only one move-in ready showcase home left in Central Living at Ideal Way, located in the historic South End, and priced from the $555s. This three-story townhome is within walking distance to area breweries, bars, restaurants and shopping.

In the Uptown-area community of Carson, two move-in ready, four-story showcase homes feature Georgetown- and Brownstone-inspired architecture with rooftop terraces and skyline views. Priced from the $870s, these homes are in walking distance to Uptown attractions, including Bank of America Stadium, and are situated with easy access to light rail and Spectrum Centre on the LYNX Blue Line from Carson Station.

While opportunities may be running out in these three Charlotte-area communities, more opportunities are on the horizon as Central Living by David Weekley Homes will soon be available in the southwest Charlotte community of Belton Street, with construction of a model home currently underway.

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