332 Northwest Drive Davidson, NC 28036
- 2 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 836 sq.ft.
Imagine a gorgeous water town so close to one of the biggest financial centers in the country that you can be there in minutes. Now, imagine leaving the busy city and office behind every night to spend the evening firing up the grill on a deck that overlooks Lake Norman or taking the boat out as a cool breeze blows off the water. Welcome to Davidson.
Davidson sits just north of Charlotte, along the eastern shores of Lake Norman, North Carolina's largest manmade lake. Interstate 77 runs right through the center of town, which is just one reason why professionals choose to work at one of the big banks and businesses Charlotte is known for and take the short commute home to their peaceful homes on the water.
Davidson is also home to one of the top colleges in the nation, and the town has won countless awards over the last decade for its affordability, being biker and walker-friendly, its conservation efforts, and smart planning.
Long before there was a town of Davidson, there was Davidson College, a school that has graduated a president, professional athletes, world-renowned authors, and dozens of Rhodes Scholars. Unlike the surrounding areas that blew up with cotton farms, thanks to the railroad, Davidson College influenced the area’s culture, finances, and even the architecture, which meant a unique group of people settled the area. In 1891, the locals named the town Davidson, By the 1920s, Davidson had 1,500 residents, and while surrounding areas were made of us farms and mills, Davidson also had physicians, general stores, restaurants, banks, barbershops, and other services. Eventually, the decline of cotton farming and expansion of Interstate 77 saw people heading into Charlotte to work and shop, but today, Davidson maintains its reputation as an intellectual town with many specialty businesses.
When it comes to attractions in Davidson, obviously Lake Norman is the big appeal. However, there is much more to the community. Davidson is home to numerous specialty shops and businesses. The entire area is home to countless restaurants that offer up a variety of cuisines for all budgets.
Our Town Cinemas (Temporarily closed) – The Charlotte Observer named Our Town Cinema in Davidson one of the "top 10 places to go" in the Charlotte area. The quaint theater runs new movies on its four screens. It also features bistro tables in each screening room, so movie-goers can dine on dishes like pizza, burgers, and wraps, as well as beer and wine.
Like any lake town, Davidson is home to miles of beautiful lakeside homes. Many of them sit on wooded lots, and even several of the neighborhoods that are not right on the lake offer beautifully landscaped yards, natural lots, and mature growth trees. Of course, also like any lake town, the waterfront homes can range in price, and there are many multi-million-dollar estates in the area, ranging from old European to modern traditional styles. You will also find a number of newly built Southern-style homes in the area with rocking chair front porches. In Davidson, many communities sit along the town's greenway paths that provide residents a safe trail along which they can walk right into town.
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