Moss Creek

Moss Creek Village is a planned community in Concord, near the intersection of NC-73 and Odell School Road. Its homes and townhomes range in price from the $130s to $500s, and about 1,300 families live there.

 

The Monarch Club, Moss Creek's community center, offers a fitness center, tennis and basketball courts, playground, and a world-class swimming complex. In addition to an Olympic-sized pool, you’ll also find a slide with three flumes, wading pool, children’s pool with special features, and an adults-only lap pool. Residents also love Moss Creek’s nature trail. The trail traces the east branch of the Rocky River and ranges through wetlands, prairie and mixed forests. It is accessible to runners, walkers and bikers.

 

Close by is Concord Mills Mall, the most popular visitor attraction in North Carolina, which has more than 200 stores, including manufacturer and retail outlets and interactive stores like Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.

Winding Walk

Winding Walk  is a community tucked just between I-77 and I-85. Its four- and five-bedroom homes sit on large lots, and residents enjoy amenities like the huge neighborhood clubhouse, a swimming pool and lazy river, playground, basketball court, two tennis courts, and walking trails. Prices range from high $200s to mid-$500s.

The master-planned community is located near Concord Mills Mall, which gives residents easy access to shopping and entertainment.

Christenbury Hall/Glen

Christenbury Hall and Glen is a gated community featuring luxury homes that start in the mid-$600s. The community’s $3 million amenity center is designed for parties with multiple seating areas, billiards room, open kitchen and verandas.

 

Situated on more than 3 acres, the community center also features gardens, amphitheater, fitness center, tennis courts, hiking trail, pond and a pool.

Laurel Park

Laurel Park is a large community just off I-85. In addition to access to the great schools in Cabarrus County, it’s also just minutes away from Afton Village Shopping Center, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and Concord Mills Mall.

 

Amenities include pool, clubhouse with kitchen, playground and picnic area. Laurel Park is an active community, with residents involved in swim teams, book club, garden club, community triathlon and more. Homes range from the mid-$200s to $600s and come in both one- and two-story options.

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Concord was founded in 1796 and is Cabarrus County's largest city. It’s just 20 miles northeast of Charlotte. From its early days as a major cotton market, Concord has developed into a shopping and entertainment destination. Concord has many small businesses but also has large employers such as Carolinas Healthcare System, Cabarrus County Schools, Shoe Show, Inc., Celgard LLC, Connextions, Roush Fenway Racing, Sysco Foods, S&D Coffee, and ACN Inc..

Concord’s neighborhoods feature homes ranging from Queen Anne, Italian and Colonial Revival styles to new subdivisions. Its comprehensive collection of late 19th and early 20th-century historic homes can be found along North and South Union streets and Edgewood Avenue. Popular subdivisions include The Woodlands with homes starting in the $200s, Carriage Downs with homes starting in the $400s, and Arbor Oaks with homes starting in the $750s.

SHOPPING: Concord Mills Mall, the most popular visitor attraction in North Carolina, has more than 200 stores, including manufacturer and retail outlets and interactive stores like Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World. Other popular shopping destinations include Carolina Mall and Historic Downtown Concord.  

DINING: There are more than 170 restaurants to try in the Concord area, including Andele Mexican Restaurant, Garofola’s Italiano, Pippa’s Café, Queen City Q and Raffoo’s Cajun Café. Click here to find your new favorite place to dine in Concord.

ARTS & RECREATION: Just east of downtown is the legendary Charlotte Motor Speedway. The first official race was held here more than 50 years ago, and it’s now headquarters to many NASCAR teams. The Cabarrus Arena in Concord is home to many concerts, trade and consumer shows, national cheer and dance competitions, sporting events, and AKC-sanctioned dog shows. Downtown merchants offer antiques, fine collectibles, and arts and crafts.

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