Charlotte’s MoRA Neighborhood

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Charlotte’s MoRA neighborhood is defined roughly by Sharon Amity to the the north, Sardis Road North to the south and Independence Boulevard to the east. Check out some of our top neighborhoods in this up-and-coming area!


Stonehaven is a renovator’s paradise. The lots are large, yards are neat, and trendy cosmetic upgrades are literally in every direction you look. Here you’ll find sidewalks adorned with smiling residents and waving dog walkers – it’s a very pet-friendly subdivision with an active community association. Go for a jog on the adjoining McAlpine Greenway or a hike in Boyce Road Park. Great spots to take the pups and family!


Buttonwood Homes for SaleBurtonwood is an architectural jackpot! Mid-century modern style homes are gracefully positioned along the horseshoe-shaped road that makes up the outer boundary of the subdivision.  Three oak tree-lined streets make up this magical and beautiful neighborhood.

Woodberry Forest

Woodberry Forest is another neighborhood that offers a classic Americana vision of tall trees arching over shady streets. The rolling hills in this area give so many homes a king’s view of the happy residents who are biking, jogging or headed to the adjacently located Mason Wallace Park for a picnic or a quick tennis match.

McClintock Woods

McClintock Woods sits to the North of Burtonwood with brick, ranch homes on larger lots (.50 acres +). First-time home buyers could profit from buying a fixer upper in this subdivision that has the “right stuff” – good bones and a livable layout.

Fox Run

This is a pocket of only a few streets just past Burtonwood.  Here you can find split levels, two story and ranch houses built in the 1970s.