Mooresville real estate is an eclectic collection of houses due to the rich history of this charming and vibrant town. Located in Southern Iredell County, Mooresville homes for sale are available in a broad variety of styles and sizes to suit the requirements of all buyers. Mooresville real estate includes historic early-1900’s mill houses, chic condominiums and townhomes, modern single family homes, and exceptional estate-style homes. A number of new developments are underway in the area, representing the pinnacle of contemporary construction and design.
Mooresville sits in a beautiful nature area on the shores of North Carolina’s largest body of water - Lake Norman - with many homes boasting direct views of the glistening water. Mooresville waterfront homes represent some of the best real estate in the area, with outstanding abodes benefiting from direct access to the lake; for swimming, paddleboarding, kayaking, and sailing.
Downtown Mooresville is a vibrant center for the community which has a fantastic variety of restaurants, boutiques, museums, and markets. It is a thriving, fun place to live which offers a brilliant annual program of social events and interests. Mooresville maintains the charm of a small southern town, yet is only 25 minutes from Charlotte.
The original settlers of Mooresville arrived in the mid-1700's, made up mostly of English, Scottish, Irish and German pioneers. By the 1850’s, Mooresville - then known as Moore’s Siding - had grown from a series of cotton farms into full plantations. The introduction of the railroad in 1853 shaped the future of the village as resident John Franklin Moore built a cotton depot on his land, which led to the village becoming incorporated as the Town of Mooresville in 1873.
Mooresville was transformed from a cotton depot to a textile town by the introduction of a cotton mill in 1893. With production incapable of keeping up with demand, a second, larger mill was constructed in 1900. It was not uncommon at the time for industrial employment centers to provide housing for their employees, and so an urban sprawl of mill houses encircling the new cotton mill. The Mill Village is one of three districts in Mooresville to have a place on the National Register of Historic Places, with a conservation order ensuring it remains intact for the future.
Mooresville’s growth has been rapid, with the population increasing from 9,317 in 1990 to 18,823 in 2000. The 2010 census showed Mooresville’s population at 32,711, with current estimates showing the upward cycle continuing. The town’s demographics show that over half of the households are married couples, with over 1/3 having children under the age of 18.
Mooresville homes for sale vary greatly, with residences dating from modern day back to the beginnings of the 20th Century. Those exploring the Mooresville homes for sale will find the perfect abode to suit their tastes and requirements, ranging from two-bedroom condominiums to expansive estate-style family homes.
Mooresville’s original mill houses are still intact, creating a gorgeous array of historic real estate along Institute Street, North Church Street, and Liberty Street, whilst buyers can find a spattering of mid-Century brick ranches around the town. Due to the abundant growth in the area, Mooresville has a number of modern developments either currently under construction or recently completed, offering the pinnacle of contemporary construction and interior design.
Mooresville waterfront homes for sale represent some of the best housing in the local area. They have outstanding panoramic views over a truly beautiful nature area, creating a relaxing home life which promotes an active, outdoors lifestyle.
Whilst Mooresville has its own education area - Mooresville Graded School District - it is also part of the Iredell-Statesville School District, giving local children access to an exceptional range of top-quality schools. Mooresville is the home to Mount Mourne School, which is rated in the top 1% of middle schools in North Carolina. Woodland Heights Elementary is in the top 5% of North Carolina schools for the age group, whilst Lake Norman High achieves the top 20%.
The Iredell-Statesville School District has a variety of educational institutions which specialize in specific subjects, including the Collaborative College for Technology which is 1st out of the 554 public high schools in North Carolina. Mooresville schools give residents the opportunity to explore the educational path of their interests.
Mooresville has a vibrant, lively community which promotes an active, outdoors lifestyle and offers a number of cultural and intellectual interests. Residents who enjoy the outdoors life will love the consistent Mooresville weather, meaning watersports on Lake Norman are an option for the vast majority of the year. Those who love to sail will find their perfect home in Mooresville, with numerous marinas and boat slips in the area for quick and easy access to Lake Norman.
Mooresville residents have access to plenty of local golf courses - including Town of Mooresville Golf Course and Trump National Golf Club - both located within the town’s limits. Mooresville has plenty of well-manicured parks and green space, whilst the surrounding area is filled with abundant and raw nature - perfect for afternoons hiking or cycling.
Downtown Mooresville has a traditional-style main street, which has retained the charm of a historic American town despite the addition of modern amenities and interests. Downtown Mooresville has a fantastic variety of restaurants, providing a formal or informal dining experience according to your desires. The town is known within the local area for its boutiques, antique stores, museums, and art galleries.
Mooresville has a vibrant program of events and interests for its residents, including regular farmer’s markets, food truck rallies, parades, outdoor movies showings, and arts & craft shows. Mooresville’s number one thing to do on Trip Advisor is the Lazy 5 Ranch - a fantastic opportunity to enjoy interesting wildlife as you gently drive through the enclosure. Mooresville is an exciting and active town, with plenty of fun things to do for people of all ages and all interests.
Mooresville has a long-standing connection to motor racing and NASCAR, giving the town the title of “Race City USA”. Mooresville is home to a number of race technology suppliers and racing-related businesses, whilst the town is home to 60 major NASCAR teams and offers plenty of opportunities for recreational and professional motor racing.
Mooresville’s businesses tend to focus on manufacturing, engineering, and retail. Mooresville’s top two employers are Lowe’s Companies and Ingersoll-Rand; who both employ over 1,000 members of staff.
Mooresville is booming, and local industry has reacted to this growth with a range of new economic developments in the area. The increased population makes Mooresville an excellent choice for those looking to start a new business, with contemporary commercial, office, and retail spaces available.
The introduction of new companies to the area is fantastic for residents, however, the town also has a number of long-standing businesses which have remained unchanged since the town’s inception. For example, D. E Turner Hardware in downtown Mooresville has been operating since 1899, giving residents a chance to work at a place who understand the local area and community.
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