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New subdivision coming to Huntersville

A Columbus, Ohio-based homebuilder said Thursday that it plans to build 99 homes in a new, 41-acre subdivision on Huntersville-Concord Road in Huntersville.

M/I Homes bought the so-called Bellington site from Charlotte-based developer Hopper Communities, which last year won approval from Huntersville to increase the property’s density from 88 lots to 99.

M/I said it has not finalized home prices, but estimated they will start at around $250,000. Construction is expected to begin late this year.

The homes will range from 2,019 to 3,500 square feet apiece and come in one- and two-story configurations. Homes will also come with two-car garages, and three-car garages will be available on some sites.

M/I could not be immediately reached for comment. Clay McCullough, development manager for Hopper, said Thursday that his company sold the land to M/I this week.

“They wanted to buy it, and we wanted to sell it,” he said. “We’ve been talking with them for the past year.”

The higher density, he said, was a “big help” in selling the land to M/I.

The purchase price was not immediately available.

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