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Harwood Lane Apartments for Rent

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Located on Charlotte’s northwest side, the Harwood Lane neighborhood is less than 13 miles from the city center. The area is loosely bordered by Harwood Lane, Hart Road, Mt. Holly Huntersville Road, and Rozelle’s Ferry Road and consists of single-family homes built primarily after the year 2000.

The neighborhood is accessed at the intersections of Harwood Lane and Lakeview Lane, as well as Harwood Lane and Harwood Hills Lane. The homes throughout the subdivision are situated along Bur Oak Drive, Falling Stream Drive, Double Cedar Drive, Harwood Hills Drive, Smooth Path Drive, and Gentle Stream Lane.

With spacious lots and wide sidewalks lining both sides of many of its streets, the neighborhood is exceptionally family-friendly and provides plenty of room for residents to enjoy outdoor activities such as walking, jogging, and biking throughout the subdivision. The roads are also lit with small streetlights, providing a safe and secure spot for residents of Harwood Lane to call home.

Residents in search of recreational activities can visit nearby Mountain Island Lake, a manmade lake built in 1924, which serves as a water supply for neighboring communities and as a popular boating and fishing area. Outdoor enthusiasts will also enjoy a variety of activities ranging from hiking and horseback riding to kayaking and canoeing at the Latta Plantation Nature Preserve, a 1,290-acre natural area featuring 18 miles of trails and a full-service equestrian center along Mountain Island Lake.

Harwood Lane residents will also benefit from the neighborhood’s close proximity to Interstate 485 and Interstate 77, which provide a quick and convenient commute to downtown Charlotte, as well as nearby communities such as Gastonia, Winston-Salem, High Point, and Greensboro.

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