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Gastonia is the largest city in Gaston County, North Carolina. In 2010, the population was 72,000 making it the third largest city in the Charlotte area. Gastonia is named after William Gaston, a member of the North Carolina Supreme Court. While Gastonia may be growing at a fast pace it still offers a lot of the small town charm that residents love. Below you will find the homes available for sale in Gastonia, with each real estate listing updated every 15-minutes and with 100% accuracy.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 335
Average Price: $343,958
Highest Price: $3,800,000
Lowest Price: $110,000

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Gastonia Real Estate Information

Gastonia is an affordable, growing, and beautiful city in North Carolina. This town consists of 30 constituent neighborhoods, 76,593 residents, and a median home value of $135,900. Gastonia has a 55% ownership rate with single-family detached homes accounting for 69% of the town’s housing units.

The highest appreciating areas include South New Hope Road, Armstrong Road, and Neal Hawkins Road. The most expensive areas for real estate include Boogertown, South New Hope Road, and Armstrong Road. The least expensive areas are Groves, Rex Street, and Milton Avenue.

Living in Gastonia

High Performing Schools

Gastonia consists of 10 nearby elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 4 high schools, 1 charter school and 1 early college high school. The Highland School of Technology is ranked the 26th best public high school in North Carolina. In terms of college readiness and outstanding test scores, there’s no surprise that this is an award-winning institution. Bessemer City Early College High School is another top-rated school serving Gastonia students, as it is ranked the 10th best high school in the Metro Area. The Piedmont Community Charter School works with Gaston College to dual enroll high school juniors and seniors. 46% of Piedmont juniors are active in this free-tuition dual enrollment educational opportunity.

Raising A Family In Gastonia

This city is a very family friendly community for its residents. The Gastonia Recreation Center hosts many events throughout the year where family and neighbors can gather and enjoy themselves. Monthly events include dances, bingo, Zumba, pickleball, badminton, line dancing, ceramics, and yoga. The Center also has an open game room and indoor walking trail. To purchase local produce and products, you can check out the town’s farmers market that is held several times a week.

Gastonia has a passion for connecting the community on a deeper level. Arts on Main is a community effort to revitalize the town’s cultural interest in art.  Gastonia is also a part of the International Sister Cities Program. This is a movement to promote connections, relationships, and mutual understandings between Gastonia and foreign countries through education, conversation, and culture. Gastonia’s sister cities are Gotha, Germany and Santiago de Surco, Peru. The program offers study abroad trips, volunteer opportunities, and cultural classes. This town’s dedication to advancing and evolving truly shows the heart of the Gastonia community.

Leading employment industries in Gastonia include manufacturing, healthcare, retail, accommodation, and education. Major employers include Gaston County Schools, CaroMont Health, FKA Wix Filtration Corp, and American & Efird Inc.

Local Attractions

The Gastonia All American Fair is a family favorite event within the community. Throughout the week, there are games, food trucks, concerts, contests, vendors, fireworks, and carnival rides. At the start of the fair, there is an opening pinning ceremony honoring and recognizing Vietnam Veterans.

Downtown Gastonia offers the community an abundance of shops, restaurants, art, and history. When it comes to activities, there many nearby entertainment options. For a day connecting with nature, you can head to Crowder’s Mountain State Park to go rock climbing, fishing, canoeing, camping, or hiking. This park has towering cliffs and a breathtaking 25-mile view of the surrounding land and scenery. On a rainy day, you can go to the Eastridge Mall for some shopping and dinner at the food court. History lovers can spend the day checking out The Military Museum or The Schiele Museum of Natural History and Planetarium. Gastonia is also very close to the booming city of Charlotte, the historic town of Ashville, and the Charlotte Douglas International Airport.


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