316 Homes For Sale in Monroe, NC

  • 1-Story House In Prospect Pointe
    $320,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,637 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28112
    Verria Hairston
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    Opendoor Brokerage LLC
  • 3-Bedroom House In Monroe
    $149,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,013 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Phillip Rushing
    |
    Central Carolina Real Estate Group LLC
  • 2-Story House In Monroe
    $949,900New
    4 Beds5 Baths4,886 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28112
    Madison Phillips
    |
    Millennial Realty
  • 4-Bedroom House In Monroe
    $399,815New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,758 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Tracy Olson
    |
    CCNC Realty Group LLC
  • 1-Story House In Monroe
    $139,000New
    2 Beds1 Bath688 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Juan Munoz
    |
    Southern Homes of the Carolinas
  • Private House With Garden
    $285,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths1,750 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Clint Bailey
    |
    Real Living Carolinas Real Estate
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $575,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths3,621 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28112
    Pamela Ward
    |
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $280,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,522 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Michael Calabrese
    |
    Prism Properties & Development
  • Private House With Garden
    $330,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths2,231 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Lisa Varon-Soto
    |
    Keller Williams Connected
  • 4-Bedroom House In Heatherloch
    $455,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,690 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28112
    Lynn Stallings
    |
    Southern Homes of the Carolinas
  • 2-Story House In Weddington Ridge
    $410,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,249 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Koji Krzywosz
    |
    Mark Spain Real Estate
  • Renovated 3-Bedroom House In Monroe
    $352,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths2,675 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Koji Krzywosz
    |
    Mark Spain Real Estate
  • 1-Story House In Monroe
    $307,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,317 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Koji Krzywosz
    |
    Mark Spain Real Estate
  • Luxurious Private House
    $579,000New
    5 Beds4 Baths3,458 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28110
    Kay Hadley
    |
    Realty One Group Revolution
  • 2-Story House In Monroe
    $370,900New
    4 Beds4 Baths2,384 Sq. Ft.
    Monroe, NC, 28112
    Adam Martin
    |
    TLS Realty LLC
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Nearby Homes

Monroe, North Carolina, is a rapidly growing suburban city about 25 miles to the southeast of Charlotte. Those looking to buy real estate in Monroe can expect prices well below the national average but also enormous potential for future growth and appreciation. More isolated country-style homes used to be the majority of what was available, but with the rapid growth of the business sector and city center, many more condos and townhomes are becoming available.

What was once a primarily farming community is starting to transform into a bustling industrial and distribution center. Monroe is the county seat of Union County, and this government presence has led to the development of a historically themed downtown scene. One of the best architectural features of the city is the Victorian Courthouse, constructed in 1886. It is situated in the downtown central square and gives a regal and historic feel to its surroundings. State highway 74 has become the main thoroughfare through town, and many trendy restaurants and shops have sprung up as new residents stream into the area. Another fascinating link to Monroe’s history is the abundance of restored historic homes in the downtown area.

The recent population boom in Monroe has also led to the development of many great attractions and recreational opportunities. The close proximity of Charlotte means easy access to professional sports, concerts and shopping centers there, but Monroe itself has plenty to offer. The downtown corridor is dotted with parks and fun outdoor spaces, and events both historical and contemporary in nature take place regularly throughout the city. Monroe is also home to the award-winning Wingate University, which helps to maintain the city’s youthful vibe. The area hasn’t lost touch with its farming roots, with county fairs, corn mazes and horse racing all popular nearby attractions. The sprawling surrounding countryside lends itself to relaxing hikes and bike rides, and many top-quality golf courses in the area are frequented by golfers from all over the country.