129 Angela Lane Statesville, NC 28677
This beautifully custom built home boasts quality craftsmanship. The home offers 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with an open concept living area that overlooks a picturesque landscape. The home has been updated to include new vinyl plank flooring, new hardware, new HVAC, new roof, new hot water heater, new dishwasher and new kitchen sink. There is a covered patio and a 24x24 carport as well as a 12x16 outbuilding that has electricity that conveys. The property is located in a quiet and serene area in desirable West Iredell. This is a MUST SEE property!!
Listing Brokerage NameCarolina Landmark Realty
- celeste henkel elementary school
- west iredell middle school
- sharon elementary school
- west iredell high school
- south iredell high school
- n b mills elementary school
- career academy and technical school
- troutman elementary school
- troutman middle school
- collaborative college of technology and leadership
Community - Statesville
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Statesville is a small town situated a reasonable distance from Charlotte to the south and the Triad region to the east. This lively community has plenty in store for residents, from outdoor recreation to family-friendly events.
Statesville real estate includes a mix of both restored historic properties and new construction homes. The tucked-away neighborhoods in Statesville hold beautiful homes, primarily in traditional and Colonial styles, along tree-lined streets. The cost of living in Statesville is less than that of the state and nation, especially when compared to nearby larger cities like Charlotte and Greensboro.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Statesville is a small historic city serving as the county seat of Iredell County. It is situated at the crossroads of I-77 and I-40, providing easy access in and out of the city. Statesville is almost equidistant from Charlotte and the Triad cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point. With a population of more than 25,000, this thriving city has experienced substantial growth in both investment and infrastructure in recent years. Statesville is a growing hub for life sciences, and a center for distribution and logistics companies.
Attractions in and around Statesville include the Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, Lake Norman, the Love Valley Western Resort, and Zootastic Wildlife Park. Other local activities include wineries, gem mining, indoor go-cart racing, and outlet shopping. Residents have the option to visit the nearby major cities of Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point for shopping, dining, entertainment, and even employment. The city hosts two unique festivals each year, the Carolina BalloonFest in October, and the Statesville Pumpkin Festival in November.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Statesville is served by Iredell-Statesville Schools, ranked among the 20 largest school districts in the state. There are 19 public schools located in Statesville, and a number of private school options in the city and the surrounding area. In addition to Mitchell Community College in Statesville, residents may access a number of colleges and universities nearby, including Davidson College, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and more.
The history of Statesville dates back to 1753, when Scots-Irish Presbyterians and German Lutherans migrated from Pennsylvania to Statesville, where the soil was fertile for crops, and the game and water were plentiful. The settlement was named Fourth Creek Congregation after the fresh water stream nearby that was the fourth creek west of the neighboring settlement of Salisbury. The center of the settlement was a log cabin, which still stands and is now the First Presbyterian Church.
In 1788, the state legislature divided Rowan County, and named the new county Iredell for James Iredell, an associate justice of the first Supreme Court during the presidency of George Washington. The following year, the Fourth Creek Congregation was chosen as the location of the county seat. The settlement became known as Statesville.
In 1833, the leaders of Statesville formulated plans and began laying track for railroads to connect the Piedmont region with the rest of the country. By 1858, Statesville had become a rapidly growing town, eventually becoming a leader in the production of tobacco and tobacco products, whiskey manufacturing, and the distribution of roots and herbs.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 41 Miles
Winston-Salem: 45.5 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 45 Miles
Iredell Health System: 1.5 Miles
Davis Regional Medical Center: 4.5 Miles
I-77: 2 Miles
I-40: 2 Miles
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