Wellesley

Wellesley is a resident-friendly community close to I-77. It is an easy drive to downtown Mooresville with its historic district, shopping and restaurants. There are more than 60 restaurants in the Mooresville area, ranging from sushi and tapas at Mona’s Lounge to Eddie’s Seafood and Raw Bar to the Black-Eyed Pea, for good ol’ Southern cooking. Nearby are Magla Park and North Main Park.

 

Homes in Wellesley

 

Homes in Wellesley are built by LiveWell Homes, D.R. Horton and Lennar. They are priced in the $200s and offer flexible home designs from 2,300 to more than 3,300 square feet. The style is transitional, with a variety of exterior designs. Most homes have a gas fireplace, stainless steel appliances and open floorplans.

 

The community has a playground and walking trails. For more recreation opportunities, Mooresville’s 15 parks include an outdoor pool, 6-mile mountain bike trail, playgrounds, basketball, batting cage, splash pad, dog park and more.

The Harbour at The Pointe

The Harbour at The Pointe is a high-end luxury home community on the eastern shore of Lake Norman. Just off Brawley School Road, The Harbour at The Pointe is just a few miles west of I-77, close to uptown Charlotte, shopping and restaurants. There are more than 60 restaurants in the Mooresville area, ranging from sushi and tapas at Mona’s Lounge to Eddie’s Seafood and Raw Bar to the Black-Eyed Pea, for good ol’ Southern cooking This tight-knit neighborhood with its tree-lined streets and sidewalks, is known for its block-style barbecues, tournaments, holiday events for children, and community service projects.

 

Homes in The Harbour at The Pointe

 

Homes range from 2,400 to more than 5,000 square feet, with prices starting in the high $300s and reaching nearly $3 million. Styles range from contemporary, to European castle, to traditional. Higher-end homes have features like theaters/media rooms, homes gyms, jet-ski lifts and private beaches, and more.

 

The neighborhood has walking trails, clubhouse, Junior Olympic-sized pool, soccer fields, plus tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts. Most homes have their own deeded boat slips, but The Harbour at The Pointe also has a marina and boat ramp.

Bay Crossing

Looking for luxury? Come to Bay Crossing, with its waterfront and waterview homes on the banks of Lake Norman. Just minutes from Lake Norman State Park and downtown Mooresville, Bay Crossing is a quiet neighborhood of about 100 homes with upscale charm. Originally developed in 2004, Bay Crossing is also known for its heavily wooded homesites and rolling hills.

 

Homes in Bay Crossing

 

Bay Crossing offers luxury two-story, three-story and ranch homes, many with basements and three-car garages. Bay Crossing homes range from 2,900 to 8,100 square feet, and sit on lots of 0.6 to almost 3 acres in size. Many of the waterfront homes in Bay Crossing have their own docks for easy access to fun on the waters of Lake Norman.

 

Close by is Stumpy Creek Park, with its sports fields, playground and walking trails. Also nearby is the Stumpy Creek Boat Landing, convenient for Bay Crossing residents whose homes are on directly on the water. Mooresville’s 15 parks include an outdoor pool, 6-mile mountain bike trail, playgrounds, basketball, batting cage, splash pad, dog park and more.

Curtis Pond

Curtis Pond is a master-planned neighborhood of 900+ homes with easy access to I-77, downtown Mooresville, Birkdale Village and the Rocky River Promenade. There are more than 60 restaurants in the Mooresville area, ranging from sushi and tapas at Mona’s Lounge to Eddie’s Seafood and Raw Bar to the Black-Eyed Pea, for good ol’ Southern cooking Builders in Curtis Pond include Ryan Homes, Eastwood Homes and Scenic Homes. Close by is Bellingham Park, with its tennis courts, sports fields, picnic shelters and walking trails.

 

Homes in Curtis Pond

 

 

Curtis Pond home designs often feature third-floor bonus rooms, three-car garages, gourmet kitchens, and more. Homes range in size from 1,100 to 3,900 square feet, 3 to 5 bedrooms and 2 to 4 bathrooms. Choose from transitional and traditional styles with partial brick or stone and vinyl. Prices start in the high $100s to the mid $300s. The community has a pool, playground, pond and recreation area.

Morrison Plantation

Morrison Plantation is a centrally located, planned community with almost 400 homes, just off I-77. Close by are myriad retail centers, YMCA and Hope Park, which has a splash pad for children. There are more than 60 restaurants in the Mooresville area, ranging from sushi and tapas at Mona’s Lounge to Eddie’s Seafood and Raw Bar to the Black-Eyed Pea, for good ol’ Southern cooking Builders in Curtis Pond include Ryan Homes, Eastwood Homes and Scenic Homes.

 

 

Homes in Morrison Plantation

 

Morrison Plantation homes range from 2,000 to about 4,000 square feet with prices from the high $200s to the mid-$500s. Most of the homes in Morrison Plantation were built starting in 2003. Homes typically sit on easily maintainable quarter-acre lots and include storage sheds, patios.

 

 

The community offers a nature walking trail, two playgrounds, a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, soccer field and basketball court. Lot sizes are about 0.25 acre, and have room for sheds and patios.

Davidson Pointe

Davidson Pointe is a planned community on a peninsula jutting into Lake Norman. It was developed by Saussy Burbank, a Charlotte-area homebuilder known for its distinctive floorplans and unique architectural designs. Close by are downtown Davidson and Davidson College. 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.

 

Homes in Davidson Pointe

 

Davidson Pointe homes’ architecture reflects the Southern heritage, with a modern touch. Homes in Davidson Pointe come in traditional or transitional styles, often with a rocking-chair front porch, hardwood floors and side-load garage. Prices start in the mid-$200s and go into the upper $400s. Square footage ranges from 1,500 to 3,500, and lot sizes are 0.25 or less.

 

 

The Davidson Pointe community has a lakefront park, walking trails, clubhouse with an outdoor fireplace, swimming pool and boat slips.

The Point

Inspired by Nantucket architecture, The Point has more than 500 home sites in Mooresville overlooking the shores of Lake Norman. Homes range from 3,000 to 11,000+ square feet on lots from 1 to 3 acres.

Life is centered around the Village Square and community facilities, including the Greg Norman-designed golf course, which has most of its holes along the lake. Members of The Point Lake and Golf Club enjoy the privilege of playing an 18-hole lakeside course designed by golfing legend Greg Norman and also share privileges with 11 country clubs from Florida to Arizona to Texas. Members can play at The Rim Golf Club or Chaparral Pines in Arizona, Jack Nicklaus’ course at Grand Haven in Palm Coast, the Arnold Palmer course at North Hampton in Fernandina Beach or Fred Couples’ course at Twin Creeks Country Club in Austin, among others.

Don’t miss the Village Ballroom at the front of the square’s cobblestone entrance. Inside the square are the pro shop, locker rooms, The Tavern Restaurant & Lounge, and The General Store and Trump Bakery. Nearby are the Racquet Club, playground, three swimming pools, waterslide, kid’s clubhouse, fitness rooms, boardwalk, eight tennis courts and driving range.

 

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Mooresville is all about NASCAR. This town of more than 32,000 people, located about 25 miles north of Charlotte, is the home of more than 60 NASCAR racing teams and drivers, along with an IndyCar team and its drivers, as well as racing technology suppliers. All good reasons it has earned the nickname “Race City USA.”

Early settlers in the Mooresville area were English, German, and Scot-Irish families who had headed south from Virginia and Pennsylvania, many looking for land to start farms. In the 1700s, the area was known as Deep Well. Cotton became one of the biggest crops for the families. In 1856, a railroad was built on land owned by farmer John Franklin Moore. He set up a depot and, with others, established a small village in the late 1850s known as Moore’s Siding. The town was incorporated as Mooresville in 1873.

Real estate in Mooresville ranges from homes over $1 million in The Point to townhomes starting in the $160s at Morrison Plantation. You’ll find a wide range of home styles and family-friendly neighborhoods with sidewalks and bike trails, waterfront condos communities (some with boat slips), or spacious luxury homes on the lake.

HISTORIC SITES: Much of Mooresville’s downtown commercial district is part of the town’s historic district. There are numerous other important buildings and areas, includingMill Village Historic District,Mount Mourne Plantation, Johnson-Neel House, Cornelius House, and Espy Watts Brawley House.

DINING: There are more than 60 restaurants in the Mooresville area, ranging from sushi and tapas at Mona’s Lounge toEddie’s Seafood and Raw Bar to the Black-Eyed Pea, for good ol’ Southern cooking.Click here to find your new favorite.

RECREATION: Being outdoors is an integral part of living near Lake Norman. Mooresville’s Recreation Departmentoffers adult and children’s programs and leagues, dance, gymnastics, and facility rental. The town’s 15 parks include an outdoor pool, 6-mile mountain bike trail, playgrounds, basketball, batting cage, splash pad, dog park and more.

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