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Moorseville History

In southern Iredell County only thirty miles north of Charlotte sits the Town of Moorseville North Carolina.  Throughout Moorseville history, the town has displayed its own blend of adapting to changes while preserving its past.  This is evident from its beginnings in the 1850’s as a railroad town, to its heyday in the textile industry and finally to what it is known as today: Race City USA.

Scattered throughout the town are numerous historic buildings such as the D.E. Turner & Company Hardware Store, the Howard, Brawley& Company Store, and the Moorseville Public Library.  Having historic buildings such as these restored and utilized today keeps the good pieced of the history of Moorseville present with residents and visitors today.

Due to its proximity to both Charlotte and the county seat in Statesville, employment opportunities are quite diverse and include a number of corporate headquarters, medical facilities, manufacturing plants, government, and even retail services.  And yet Moorseville is still thought of as a “bedroom community” and many Moorseville home owners commute to neighboring towns and cities for work.

Moorseville NC Things To Do

The downtown Moorseville area is the central hub of activity for the town with all you’d expect of a central business and living district.  The best Moorseville attractions begin at Queen’s Landing which offers sightseeing cruises on Catawba Queen a replica Mississippi paddleboat, or on Lady of the Lake an elegant yacht.  Go miniature golfing, or watch live entertainment at the Melanie Williams Amphitheater along with a stunning view of Lake Norman.

Drive through Lazy Five Ranch in a horse-drawn wagon and experience the only local safari around, pick your own fruits and vegetables at Carrigan Farms, or get that adrenaline pumping at PIT Indoor Kart Rack.  Play golf at the beautiful Moorseville Golf Course, go to a special event or festival at the Charles Mack Citizen Center which has meeting rooms, courtyards and an auditorium, or play some sports at Benchwarmers Sports Complex.

A highly influential factor which gives the entire Moorseville area its unique character is that it is home to numerous NASCAR teams, racing related business, and the NC Auto Racing Hall of Fame, all of which continually attract new investors to the town of Moorseville.  It energizes the city, making for a fun and uplifting place to live.

Moorseville Real Estate

Just as the town itself, every type of Moorseville real estate is both eye-catching and sustainable.  Moorseville estates are masterpieces of Moorseville luxury where modern conveniences are mixed with old-world architecture, many of which can be found directly on the shores of Lake Norman.  For those with distinguished taste, many Moorseville homes are custom built with beautiful stone exteriors, pristine landscaping and every detail of the home thought through and executed exquisitely.  While some Moorseville NC houses are ideally located on the golf course, other Moorseville properties sit on winding, tree-lined streets in growing neighborhoods.  Moorseville condos and townhomes in Moorseville NC are nestled close to the downtown area, offering easy access to local businesses and entertainment.

Each of the beautiful homes in Moorseville NC offer something unique and unparalleled.  Contact an experienced and knowledgeable Moorseville REALTOR® and get ready to consider Moorseville North Carolina home!

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