Located northwest of Charlotte, the small city of Lincolnton rests squarely in the Charlotte metro area, on the South Fork of the Catawba River. With a population of more than 10,000, it is the county seat of Lincoln County. Encompassing an area of8.2 square miles, Lincolntonis home to scenic trails, cultural institutions, and a thriving downtown area.
Robust revitalization efforts have created a resurgence in downtown Lincolnton, where pottery and antiques enthusiasts will find shops that cater to their interests.
The Marcia Cloninger Rail Trail is another highlight, allowing visitors to stretch their legs and get in shape. Here you’ll find residents walking, jogging, hiking, and biking on any given day.
The highly anticipated Apple Festival attracts droves of visitors in the fall each year. Other seasonal celebrations, such as the Christmas Parade, create a strong sense of community and give residents something to look forward to.
Real Estate in Lincolnton, NC
The housing stock consists primarily of single-family homes. Most homes for sale in Lincolnton, NC have one to four bedrooms, along with beautiful hardwood floors, fireplaces, and spaciousyards. Some of the older homes in the city have been updated to include modern features like finished attics, two-car garages, and newheating and cooling systems.
Vacant lots on which to build your dream home are also available.
Notable neighborhoods include:
Residents are served by the Lincolnton County School District. Parents can send their children to the following schools:
- Union Elementary
- Rock Springs Elementary
- Lincolnton Middle
- North Lincoln High School
Discover everything Lincolnton real estate has to offer. Call me, Laura Bowman-Messick, at 704-809-1445 or send an email to Laura(at)LBMHomes(dotted)com to get started.
Attractions and Activities in Lincolnton, NC
- Lincoln Cultural Center
The center features exhibits, galleries, and classroom space for your enjoyment. Located in Downtown Lincolnton, the center is housed in what used to be the First Baptist Church. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Classic Revival style structure is historically and architecturally significant and boasts a spectacular stained glass window.
The center is home to the Lincoln Theater Guild, the Lincoln Community Concert Association, and various other cultural organizations.
- Marcia Cloninger Rail Trail
At 1.7 miles,the trail meanders from City Park all the way to Motz Avenue and provides a venue where residents can walk, jog, hike, and bicycle. Go on a leisurely stroll on a quiet afternoon and enjoy the scenery. The trail ispart of the Carolina Thread Trail, a 1,400-mile network of trails that stretches across North and South Carolina.
- Downtown Lincolnton
The downtown area is anchored by the court house, which is surrounded by shops, cafés, and restaurants. Have a bite at Harvest Moon Grille and shop for antiques at Treasures on Main.
- Lincoln County Apple Festival
Enjoy food booths, live entertainment, and karaoke at the annual Apple Festival. The festivities include fun activities like apple recipe contests, children’s games, and scavenger hunts. You’ll also get to sample a wide array of apple dishes, from apple pie pops to candied apples.
For more information on Lincolnton, visit their website or get in touch with me at (704) 200-4015 or (704) 809-1445.
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