A Lakeside Town

Mooresville is one of Charlotte's most popular suburbs with Lake Norman as a strong backbone to its growth. Approximately 25 miles north of Charlotte and with a population of 40,000, Mooresville is the largest city located in Iredell County. Lowe's corporate headquarters is located in Mooresville. Below you will find all the homes for sale in Mooresville. Our real estate listing data is updated every 15 minutes with 100% accuracy. There's a lot to love about living in Mooresville!

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 408
Average Price: $633,379
Highest Price: $6,995,000
Lowest Price: $119,000

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Mooresville, NC Homes for Sale

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Be Marveled By This Magnificent Lake Norman Ret...

REDUCED 14% 159 & 155 Asbury Cir, Mooresville, NC

159 & 155 Asbury Cir, Mooresville, NC

$2,999,999 Active
  • 4 Beds
  • 9 Baths
  • 1.63 Acres
  • 11,221 ft²

Single Family Residential

MLS® #3497632

Be Marveled By This Magnificent Lake Norman Retreat Featuring Two Waterfront Homes With Nearly 500' Of Shoreline And 1.63 Combined Acres. Stroll Along The Custom Waterfront Boardwalk Enjoying The Multiple Boat Docks, Personal Boat Ramp, Beach And Boat House...

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Custom Built Home With Great Attention To Detai...

REDUCED 5% 147 Union Chapel Dr 541, Mooresville, NC

147 Union Chapel Dr 541, Mooresville, NC

$2,399,999 Active
  • 4 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 0.82 Acres
  • 8,635 ft²

Single Family Residential

MLS® #3403409

Custom Built Home With Great Attention To Detail; This Exceptional Stone And Hardcoat Stucco Home Exudes Both Elegance And Style. Beautiful Artisan Crafted Metal & Glass Doors Lead You Into The 2-story Grand Foyer. Impressive Rich Hardwood Flrs, Natural Lig...

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Mooresville, NC Real Estate Information

Mooresville is an affordable, growing, and beautiful city in North Carolina with a growing population rate of 78% since 2000. This town consists of 17 constituent neighborhoods, 37,820 residents, and a median home value of $194,500. Mooresville has a 63% ownership rate with single-family detached homes accounting for 66% of the town’s housing units. Click to learn more about moving to Mooresville, NC.

Over the last several years, many new homes have been built to satisfy the expanding real-estate demand. 45% of homes in this town have been built since 2000, giving Mooresville a modern feel. The highest appreciating areas include Bells Crossroads, Doolie, and Mayhew. The most expensive homes tend to be those with a nearby view of Lake Norman, while the more affordable homes are inland.

Living in Mooresville

High Performing Schools

Mooresville offers 2 school districts, 8 elementary schools, 2 intermediate schools, 4 middle schools, 2 high schools, 2 charter schools, and several nearby private schools.

In addition to being awarded a 2012 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, Lake Norman High School has achieved team State Championship titles in cheerleading, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball, and swimming. Mooresville High School averages a higher graduation rate than the NC state average, along with 12% higher test scores. The Pine Lake Preparatory Charter School curriculum is challenging yet rewarding. Test scores average 23% higher than the state average with many students going on to continue their education at prestigious universities.

Raising A Family In Mooresville

The town of Mooresville wants to ensure that there is always an event going on for its residents to enjoy. Throughout the year, you can stop by Main Street and watch movies on the big screen, check out the food truck rodeos, listen to concerts on the Town Hall Lawn, purchase fresh produce at the farmers market, admire art exhibits, and enjoy wine tastings. Special holiday events include a St. Patrick's Day parade, wagon rides, Santa visits, light shows, and Christmas caroling.

The Charles Mack Citizen Center is an excellent venue for parties, conferences, banquets, family reunions, and weddings. The Center also holds several events throughout the year that are open to the public.

Local Attractions

The Mooresville Spinners are a huge hit with the community. This passionate summer baseball team is a member of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League. Fans gather at Moor Park throughout the summer to cheer on the games!

To get a closer glimpse of downtown Mooresville’s history, you can take the educational walking tour where you will visit 13 historic sites. For a day connecting with nature, you can visit Carrigan Farms to go swimming, view the waterfalls, or enjoy a hayride. On a rainy day, you can check out The Pit Indoor Kart Racing! Activities include blacklight mini-golf, laser tag, bumper cars, rock climbing, an indoor go-kart racing track, and arcade games. The privately owned Lazy 5 Ranch in Mooresville is also a must-see, with over 750 animals from 6 different continents. Owner Henry Hampton loves every animal on the farm and is passionate about his business, making this much more than just a normal petting zoo.

Mooresville is in a great location with many nearby attractions. Families and friends can visit the Lake Norman State Park in Troutman, Tiger World in Rockwell, Great Wolf Lodge Indoor Water Park in Concord, Carolina Panthers football stadium in Charlotte, and many more!


CANOPY MLS Logo Based on information submitted to the MLS GRID as of January 22nd, 2020 at 4:14pm EST. All data is obtained from various sources and may not have been verified by broker or MLS GRID. Supplied Open House Information is subject to change without notice. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information.