Antiquity is a nationally recognized "Smart Growth" plan consisting of a vibrant, walkable neighborhood community integrated with planned commercial and retail areas. A wooden covered bridge, only the second one in all of North Carolina, will provide a warm and inviting entrance for visitors and residents alike. Its immediate proximity to the planned transit-rail station on Catawba Avenue makes it an especially desirable area for its residents, providing easy access to Charlotte and surrounding areas.
Antiquity will both preserve and enhance the natural and cultural resources of Cornelius and surrounding communities. Outdoor amenities inlcude a planned 30-acre park that will surround the village, athletic fields ready for pick-up play and a trail for both hiking and biking that connects with the trail system in neighborhing Davidson. An arboretum will give residents an opportunity to memorialize special people with donated trees and plaques. A 2,500-seat amphitheater will be the outdoor setting for various summer performances. Nine mini parks will be tucked in and around the homes with Checkers Square as a central meeting plaza for
friends and families. Residents will have use of an exclusive community pool just a short walk away from downtown Antiquity which will include retail shops and outdoor dining.
The Cunnane Group is building distinctive homes starting from $269,000 featuring Historic American Architecture and range in size from 2 bedroom ranch homes of 1,642 to 5 bedroom homes of 3,500 square feet. All homes will offer first-floor owner’s suites and two car garages.
Antiquity Pool Complex
Antiquity Planned Entrance Antiquity Planned Restaurant and Shops
Take I-77 North to Exit 30, Griffith Street
Exit Right onto Griffith Street, travel for approximately 1 mile to end of road (Davidson College)
Right on Main Street, for approximately 1,000 feet
Sharp Left on South Street, to the Antiquity covered bridge
With a convenient locale, Antiquity is an ideal place to call home for commuters who want quick-and-easy access to surrounding communities such as Charlotte, Lake Norman, Huntersville, Davidson and Mooresville. The planned Charlotte Area Transit System’s light-rail station on Catawba Avenue will provide commuters with easy access to Charlotte and surrounding areas.
Take advantage of nearby features in the area:
5 minutes to Lake Norman Walk to Cornelius & Davidson Shops & Cafes
Walk to Cultural Events at Davidson College 15 minutes to Shopping, Dining and Movies at Birkdale
5 minutes to Walking & Bike Trails at Jetton Park 25 minutes to Downtown Charlotte
20 minutes to National White Water Center 25 minutes to Charlotte Douglas International
Elementary: New JV Washam
Middle: New Bailey School Road
High School: Hough High School