Eagle Park

Eagle Park

6005 Bountiful Street,

Belmont, NC 28012

Eagle Park, Bountiful Street, Belmont, NC

Eagle Park is located in Belmont, a historic mill town, only 15 miles west of Uptown Charlotte. The community blends small town charm and big city convenience. Enjoy dining, shopping and family-friendly fun, all within a short walk of your front door.

Exterior Features and Highlights

  • Simonini design that creates ultimate curb appeal, lasting beauty and enhanced value

  • 50-year warranty fiber-cement siding

  • 30-year architectural shingles

  • Decorative brick and/or real stone front foundations and columns (varies per plan).

  • Tumbled brick with wide mortar joints to maintain the historic richness and proper texture.

  • Low-E windows

  • Front porches of stoops per plan

  • Fenced side courtyard for privacy

  • Two-car garages

Interior Features and Highlights

  • All plans with first floor owner's suites

  • Birch cabinets with brushed nickel pulls and knobs

  • Wood flooring is standard in entry, gathering room, kitchen, powder room (varies per plan)

  • Rich granite kitchen counters, 3 cm

  • 9-foot ceilings on both floors

  • Fully tiled master bath floor, shower surround and floor

  • Stainless appliances including: range/oven, multi-cycle dishwasher, microwave

  • Brushed nickel egg-shaped door hardware

  • Walk-in attic storage area

Amenities

  • Community parks, green spaces and playgrounds, including a tot lot and (coming) dog park

  • Swim and fitness club

  • Walking distance to tennis courts, playgrounds, athletic fields, festivals, concerts and movies at both Davis and Stowe parks

  • Short drive to key interstates, Charlotte and the airport

  • Newly opened Stuart W. Cramer High School

Nearby

  • The Carolina Thread Trail, a regional network of greenways, trails and blueways that reaches 15 counties, 2 states and 2.3 million people. There are 141 miles of The Thread open to the public.

  • Belmont Abbey College, U.S. National Whitewater Center, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden and Crowders Mountain