180 Honeydew Circle Troutman, NC 28166

$640,000

Sold

180 Honeydew Circle Troutman, NC 28166
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2 full
Square Feet
1,712
Type
Residential
MLS#
CAR3573191
Master BR on Main
No
Allen Tate Realtors

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Allen Tate

(800) 210-0321


General

Type

  • Residential

Parking

  • Detached
  • Garage - 2 Car
  • Parking Space - 4+
  • Garage - 2 Car

Year Built

  • 1967

Square Feet

  • 1,712

Sold Date

  • Jul 10, 2020

Basement Rooms

  • Basement

Schools

Elementary School

  • Troutman

Middle School

  • Troutman

High School

  • South Iredell

Interior

Fireplace

  • Yes

Flooring

  • Carpet
  • Tile
  • Vinyl
  • Wood

Sewer Type

  • Septic Installed

Water Type

  • Well

Heating

  • Heat Pump
  • Heat Pump
  • Wall Unit(s)

Appliances

  • Ceiling Fan(s)
  • Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric Dryer Hookup
  • Electric Range
  • Plumbed For Ice Maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Electric Oven

Interior Features

  • Garage Shop
  • Vaulted Ceiling

Room Dimensions Floor

  • Bathroom 1
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Bathroom 2
  • 0.00
  • Lower
  • Bedroom 1
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Bedroom 2
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Kitchen
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Master Bedroom
  • 0.00
  • Lower
  • Laundry
  • 0.00
  • Lower
  • Living Room
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Dining Room
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Pantry
  • 0.00
  • Main
  • Utility Room
  • 0.00
  • Lower
  • Den
  • 0.00
  • Lower
  • Exercise Room
  • 0.00
  • Lower

Exterior

Exterior Features

  • Fire Pit
  • Shed(s)
  • Workshop

Exterior Construction

  • Fire Pit
  • Shed(s)
  • Workshop

Waterfront

  • Yes

Waterview

  • Yes

Roof

  • Composition

Foundation

  • Basement

Driveway

  • Gravel

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History

In 1755, the area was originally settled at the intersection of a major Native American path and the European settlers’ Great Wagon Road, both of which were trade routes. A trading post was erected to enable the transport of goods between travelers; the Native American path was called Trade Street and the Great Wagon Road became Tryon Street, named after royal governor William Tryon. By 1772, traders and settlers had built a number of log cabins in what was then called “Charlotte Town,” named after the queen of Great Britain.

 

In 1775, local leaders exerted their will as citizens of a free country and drafted the “Mecklenburg County Declaration of Independence”, the first declaration of this nature amongst the Colonies. The British objected to the document with force, and “Charlotte Town” was later described as “a hornets’ nest of rebellion”. Locals proudly called themselves “hornets” and fought fiercely in the wars of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Today, financial, healthcare and energy companies have replaced the trading post, and the city and its surrounding communities are growing year after year.



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