Bailey Springs

Bailey Springs is a traditional community with modern style and lots of amenities. Its 27 acres of common open space and on-site ballfields were planned by the town of Davidson. A new neighborhood school is within walking distance, as is Bailey Road Park. Pedestrian- and bike-friendly, Davidson has miles of greenways and walking trails connecting neighborhoods and providing citizens with alternate ways to get around town and access nature. Located between Davidson-Concord and Sam Furr Roads, Bailey Springs is convenient to interstates, Birkdale Village, Lake Norman and Davidson Lake, and Davidson College, one the nation’s top liberal arts colleges.

 

Homes in Bailey Springs

 

Home styles range from traditional one-story cottages to luxury homes with European exteriors designed by an award-winning architect. Homes range in square footage from 2,200 to more than 4,000 square feet, have up to five bedrooms, bonus rooms and three-car garages. Prices range from the mid-$200s to the upper $400s. Builders in this community include David Weekley Homes, Chesmar and MacNeil Homes.

 

Within the Bailey Springs neighborhood, you’ll find a community pool, clubhouse, playground and trailhead to the Greenway. Nearby in Bailey Road Park, enjoy tennis, disc golf, fitness club, swim club, walking trails, sports fields and recreation fields.

Anniston

 

Drive into Anniston on its tree-lined streets, and you’ll find well-designed homes on finely manicured, wooded lots. This Davidson community is convenient to interstates, major shopping and dining at Birkdale Village, Lake Norman and Davidson Lake, and Davidson College, one the nation’s top liberal arts colleges. Many opportunities are sponsored by Davidson College, including the Davidson College Belk Visual Arts Galleries, sculpture garden, Gallery at Business Center, arts “sanctuary” and Davidson Community Players.

Homes in Anniston 

Traditional and transitional homes sit on lots from 0.5 to 1.9 acres. Exteriors include stone, hardiplank and four-sided brick, with side-entry garages. Homes are priced from the $400s to the $800s and range from 3,000 to more than 6,200 square feet in size.

The Anniston community features include a playground and beautiful walking trails. Also nearby is Fisher Farm, a 200-acre park with a variety of wildlife, insects, and plant life. Fisher Farm offers four miles of walking and mountain bike trails with beginner to advanced challenges.

Summers Walk

Summers Walk is a master-planned community of townhomes and single family residences. Located off Highway 73, Summers Walk is across from the Bradford Store and the newly constructed Bradford Ball Fields. This Davidson community is convenient to interstates, major shopping and dining at Birkdale Village, Lake Norman and Davidson Lake, and Davidson College, one the nation’s top liberal arts colleges. The community has a tight-knit, vintage neighborhood feel – but with modern designs and amenities. Downtown Davidson is lined with boutiques and local stores offering everything from violins to chocolates to bridal wear to books and antiques. Restaurants range from Millstone Bake House to Ming’s Bistro to the Pickled Peach, with something for every taste.

 

Homes in Summers Walk

 

There’s something for everyone in Summers Walk, with townhouses and homes that range from about 1,000 to more than 4,100 square feet and sit on lots sized between 0.01 and 0.42 acres.

 

The community features several pools, clubhouse, dog park, playground, ball park, and 30 acres of open space. There also is an active HOA social committee. The trailways at Summers Walk connect to the West Branch Rocky River Greenway, which residents take advantage of to walk or bike to downtown Davidson.

McConnell

McConnell began in 1992 as a joint venture between Davidson College and Crosland Land Development. The neighborhood, which is about a mile from both Davidson College and the historic downtown, consists of about 200 single-family residences. Homes in McConnell were built by Saussy Burbank, a Charlotte-area homebuilder known for its distinctive floorplans and unique architectural designs.

 

Homes in McConnell

 

Prices for homes in McConnell range from the upper $200s to the mid-$500s. Saussy Burbank’s architecture reflects the Southern heritage, with a modern touch. McConnell homes come in traditional or transitional styles, often with a rocking-chair front porch, hardwood floors and side-load garage.

McConnell is known for its walkability, sidewalks and community green space. It has two parks with playgrounds and numerous walking trails. In addition, Davidson’s Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of sports leagues, exercise and art classes, and summer camps. Davidson College has men’s and women’s sporting events open to the public. Lake Norman, Lake Davidson and Lake Cornelius are favorite spots for canoeing, kayaking and other sports. The Davidson Famer’s Market has producers-only goods, and is open most of the year.

Pages Pond

Pages Pond is a long-established, tight-knit community close to downtown Davidson and within walking distance to Bradford Park and River Run Country Club, where members have unlimited use of the award-winning golf course, tennis complex, fitness center and pools. Davidson College has men’s and women’s sporting events open to the public. Lake Norman, Lake Davidson and Lake Cornelius are favorite spots for canoeing, kayaking and other sports. The Davidson Famer’s Market has producers-only goods, and is open most of the year.

 

Homes in Pages Pond

 

Homes in Pages Pond start in the low $400s to the upper $500s, with sizes starting at about 2,800 square feet. Styles range from Craftsman to transitional, and most have full brick veneer. The Pages Pond community consists of single-family homes on lots ranging from 0.5 to 1.5 acres.

 

 

Despite the large lot sizes, the homes take up less than half of the land in Pages Pond, leaving lots of green space for residents. In the center of the neighborhood is a 4.5-acre pond. Residents also enjoy a walking trail, dock, ball field, tennis court and basketball court.

River Run

The River Run community in Davidson, located off Concord Road between Davidson College and Sam Furr Road, is renowned for its family friendly, Southern hospitality. Homes range from 2,500 to 11,000+ square feet.

Socialize with neighbors and make new friends by joining River Run Country Club, where members have unlimited use of the award-winning golf course (designed by Robert Walker in consultation with Raymond Floyd), world-class tennis complex featuring 16 courts, fitness center with classes and childcare, upscale dining and social events, and the Jr. Olympic pool with waterslides, lazy river and children’s wading pool.

Residents have easy access from the community to the Southeast Greenway, a 2.8-mile nature trail connecting River Run to downtown Davidson, perfect for biking, walking or running on a picturesque trail.

 

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This small college town just 20 miles north of Charlotte is known for its village green atmosphere. Its main street has shops, wide sidewalks, a community library, outdoor concerts, festivals and more. There are about 12,000 people in this progressive, urbanist town. Pedestrian- and bike-friendly, Davidson has miles of greenways and walking trails connecting neighborhoods and providing citizens with alternate ways to get around town and access nature. The town was founded in 1837 with the establishment of the Presbyterian Davidson College, named for Brigadier General William Lee Davidson, a local Revolutionary War hero. The land for Davidson College came from his estate.

Davidson has many real estate options. Waterfront property can be found on Lake Davidson and in the River Run Golf and Country Club on the east side, with prices in the $800-900s, and homes in Bailey Springs can be found starting in the mid-$200s. Historic homes line downtown, and rural estates ring the area. The St. Alban’s (Old Davidson) neighborhood is a leading example of new urbanism, and many newer homes close to the town center emphasize location and walkability versus size and large lots.

ARTS & CULTURE:Many opportunities are sponsored by Davidson College, including the Davidson College Belk Visual Arts Galleries, sculpture garden, Gallery at Business Center, arts “sanctuary” and Davidson Community Players. There are concerts on the green, Music @ St. Alban’s, Our Town Cinemas, and live music at Summit Coffee.

SHOPPING & DINING:Downtown Davidson is lined with boutiques and local stores offering everything from violins to chocolates to bridal wear to books and antiques. Restaurants range from Millstone Bake House to Ming’s Bistro to the Pickled Peach, with something for every taste. Click here to find your next favorite restaurant in Davidson.

RECREATION:The Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of sports leagues, exercise and art classes, and summer camps. Davidson College has men’s and women’s sporting events open to the public. Lake Norman, Lake Davidson and Lake Cornelius are favorite spots for canoeing, kayaking and other sports. The Davidson Famer’s Market has producers-only goods, and is open most of the year.

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