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Concord NC Real Estate

A city that goes by the motto, “High Performance Living,” Concord certainly lives up to the billing. As one of the top cities with the fastest growing economies in America, the Cabarrus County seat is a viable residential alternative to the city of Charlotte.

With a population of roughly 90,000, Concord maintains Charlotte’s urban conveniences and economic opportunities in a less crowded location just 25 miles northeast of Charlotte.

Concord was first formed with the arrival of German Lutheran and Scotch-Irish Presbyterian settlers in the 1750s. The original town, founded in 1796, stretched across 26 acres. It was later incorporated in 1806. Its name – which is synonymous with harmony – resulted from the resolution of a lengthy dispute on where the county seat should be located.

Crop farming, textiles, and banking anchored Concord’s growth in the 1800s through the early 1900s. Today, the local economy is fueled by shipping and transportation, manufacturing, motorsports, and the service industry.

Real Estate in Concord, NC

While it may be a rapidly growing city, Concord features neighborhoods that still possess a semi-rural appeal.

High-income buyers will find plenty of options if they’re looking for luxury estates situated in gated subdivisions like Arbor Oaks and The Enclave. Here, 5- to 7-bedroom brick manors rise from acre-size plots of land. Surrounded by mature vegetation, these homes offer resort-like amenities, including exquisite luxury exteriors that perfectly complement the gorgeous natural surroundings.

Whether you prefer a house with a historic vibe or one that reflects more modern tastes, the Concord housing stock will surely have something to offer. Home styles here vary from traditional Colonial and Georgian architecture, to more recent Transitional and Contemporary builds.

The Concord Historic District is the best place to begin looking for vintage homes, while buyers that prefer new construction should consider up-and-coming neighborhoods like the Allison Woods subdivision.

Other notable neighborhoods include:

  • Christenbury Wood
  • Jacobs Ridge
  • Windy Ridge

The Cabarrus County Schools system is headquartered in Concord. A total of 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, and five high schools are also located in the city.

In addition, tertiary-level students can attend the following local colleges:

  • Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
  • Cabarrus College of Health Sciences
  • Barber-Scotia College

Attractions and Activities in Concord, NC

  • Charlotte Motor Speedway
    Home to NASCAR racing, one of the most definitive Charlotte experiences, this motorsports complex hosts high-profile annual races such as the Coca-Cola 600, Bank of America 500 (now the “Roval 400”), and NASCAR All-Star races. It boasts a 1.5-mile quad oval track and a stadium that can accommodate up to 171,000 spectators.
  • Concord Mills
    North Carolina’s largest shopping destination is a bona fide tourist attraction. The massive mall has more than 200 brand-name outlet stores, a newly renovated dining pavilion, and a 24-screen cinema complex. Guests can also have a field day at the Concord Mills Speedpark, which features go-kart racing, mini-golf, and bungee jumping attractions.
  • Old Courthouse Theatre
    Formerly the First Baptist Church of Concord which dates back to 1924, this historic site is now the home of the local volunteer-driven performing arts troupe that goes by the same name. The Theatre stages 5 plays every season, with each production running the course of three weekends.

If you’re shopping for homes in Concord, NC contact Laura Bowman-Messick at 704.200.4015. You may also email your inquiries to Laura(at)LBMHomes(dotted)com.

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