TOP 5 Concord Subdivisions
Winding Walk offers the chance to be in a great Cabarrus County neighborhood, at the perfect price point! Winding Walk enjoys the convenience to I-85 and I-485, with easy access to uptown Charlotte. Houses in the Winding Walk subdivision tend to range from around $202,247 to about $425,061
The Highland Creek subdivision in North Carolina is one of the largest in the state. Highland Creek is a community that provides a variety of home styles and an abundance of amenities, pools, parks, golf, tennis, walking trails and so much more. Houses in the Highland Creek subdivision tend to range from around $113,000 to about $387,800.
Christenbury Village is close to Concord Mills, Charlotte Motor Speedway, UNC Charlotte, Concord Regional Airport, and more Christenbury Village sets itself apart with beautiful landscapes and a central location in southern Cabarrus County.
The elegant iron gates of Christenbury Hall open to a beautifully preserved woodland with tree canopies. Offering the largest homesites in Christenbury, many are situated on wooded cul-de-sacs, with topography that allows basements to be sculpted into the hills. Houses in the Christenbury Hall subdivision tend to range from around $569,900 to about $906,904.
Moss Creek Village is a community located on Highway 73 between I-77 and I-85. Moss Creek is also a hotspot for families with young children. With homes and townhomes from the $130â€²s to the $500â€²s, Moss Creek will eventually be home to nearly 1500 families. Nature lovers will be sure to love Moss Creek for one of its hidden treasures, the nature trail. Houses in the Moss Creek subdivision tend to range from around $160,000 to about $439,900.