22100 Shearer Road Davidson, NC 28036
One of a kind Property in Davidson, NC. An idyllic 135 Acre Home location for the discriminating buyer interested in privacy, exceptional vistas, plentiful wildlife (turkey, ducks, birds and deer), beautiful flora, fauna and old-growth forests (88 acres), geological rock formations unique to this NC Tri-county corner (1805 Iredell – Mecklenburg – Cabarrus Monument provides a property corner), Rocky River frontage with 3 tributary streams / 4 springs and road frontage bordering 500+ Acres of County and City Parkland; property is bordered by family-owned tracts. Access to the property is provided at 3 sites and if desired, subdividable into 3 homesites. The conservation easement provides for artisanal and commercial farming, winery, equestrian operations and more. An early American county road and Indian Trading path traverse the property along with historical building sites. Minutes to historic downtown Davidson with its restaurants, boutiques, farmers market and Davidson College.
Listing Brokerage NameAllen Tate Davidson
Community - Davidson
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Davidson is a lovely lake town heavily influenced by academia, healthy living and conscious community standards. About 20 miles north of Charlotte, the town snakes up the northern corner of Mecklenburg County and gets its name and a large part of its character from Davidson College.
Davidson maintains a quiet suburban feel, providing safety and serenity for its residents. Homes in Davidson range from single-story ranch properties to large traditional estates. Davidson homes enjoy the luxury of large lots, lush green grass and soaring trees providing ample shade. Paved sidewalks, greenways, extensive bike paths and well-designed neighborhood layouts make Davidson a particularly attractive area for buyers.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Davidson is one of the smallest suburban towns in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area, providing a tight-knit and connected community for residents. The town centers on Davidson College, one of the best private colleges in the nation. Davidson is heavily focused on sustainability and ecology, evident in their careful town planning, featuring 19 public parks, rich treescapes, and accessible trails and streets designed for walking, jogging and biking. Residents also enjoy access to Lake Norman for swimming, kayaking and fishing.
Popular attractions in and around Davidson include the Davidson Arboretum, Fisher Farm, Birkdale Village, and the many shopping and dining destinations located along Main Street in Davidson’s charming downtown area. Davidson maintains a low unemployment rate, and professionals work in a number of fields, including management, education, science, healthcare and finance. Davidson residents may easily commute to work and other Charlotte attractions via I-77.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Davidson has education at its very core, exemplified by its famed private university. Davidson is served by three public schools, including Davidson Elementary School, Bailey Middle School and William Amos Hough High School. Nearby private schools include Davidson Day School and Lake Norman Christian School. Davidson College is a highly selective private liberal arts college with a renowned study abroad program, a certified arboretum, and 21 NCAA Division I sports teams.
The town of Davidson was originally called Davidson College, as it was first and foremost a college town that later evolved into a rural farming town. Soon after the expansion of the railroad, Davidson became a shipping point for cash crops, particularly cotton, and competed with surrounding towns for business. Racial struggles involving segregation occurred in Davidson during the 1960s, with college students leading the way toward desegregation. In the 1970s, residents fought against proposed large developments which kept the town small. Shortly after, cotton mills began to close and the first strip mall appeared, and the town has grown ever since as a progressive community that embraces diversity.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 22 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 25 Miles
Carolina Healthcare System Huntersville: 6 Miles
Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center: 8 Miles
I-77: 1 Mile
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