Mount Holly

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Mount Holly is a small suburb in northeast Gaston County and west of Charlotte. The city is located along the Catawba River with an estimated population of 15,000. Downtown Mount Holly and the Mount Holly Cotton Mill are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Below you will find more RealtorĀ® information on Mount Holly as well as every home available for purchase. Each real estate listing is updated every 15-minutes and with 100% accuracy!

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 75
Average Price: $345,855
Highest Price: $1,249,000
Lowest Price: $112,000

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Mount Holly Homes for Sale

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Mount Holly Real Estate Information

Mount Holly is a rapidly developing suburb of Charlotte, NC with a population growth rate of 50.7% since 2000. The median home value is currently $169,309 with a 92.1% appreciation rate over the last eighteen years, showing to be an extremely profitable investment for homeowners. Mount Holly has a 62% homeownership rate. The supply of homes for sale is typically greatest during the months of July through October and the majority of properties on the market are single-family homes.

Mount Holly is an extremely affordable place to live since the cost of housing is 17% lower than the national average and the cost of living is 5% less than the average. In addition to this, the North Carolina general sales tax is 7% lower than the average, making everyday purchases cheaper for residents. Homes in north Mt. Holly tend to sell for a higher price, while properties towards the bottom of the town are cheaper. The affordability, market trends, job opportunities and way of life in Mount Holly make it a very appealing town for relocation!


Living in Mount Holly

Jobs Opportunities

Rather than consisting of a majority of either white or blue collar jobs like most towns, Mount Holly has a blend of both. This area has more residents who work in computer and math industries than 95% of other communities in the country. Since Mount Holly is located on the west side of the Catawba River and it borders a section of Mountain Island Lake, there are also many job opportunities at the city’s Water Treatment Facility and Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Within the borders of Mount Holly is the headquarters of American and Efird, Inc., the world’s second largest thread company. Other large corporation locations in Mount Holly include a Clariant textile plant, a National Gypsum manufacturing facility, and a Daimler truck manufacturing plant. Other leading employment industries in Mount Holly include healthcare and retail.

Raising A Family In Mount Holly

Mount Holly is the 65th largest community in North Carolina with 9 constituent neighborhoods and 14,495 residents. There are 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 charter school, and 2 high schools with an average four-year graduation rate of 90.5%, which is 4.5% greater than the national average.

Mt. Holly hosts an abundance of family events throughout the year for its residents. During the warmer seasons, you can head downtown to listen to the Summer Concert Series or grab a bite to eat at Food Truck Fridays. Tuckaseege Park holds monthly Movies in the Park, along with an Easter Egg Hunt at the end of March and a Hollyween Bash in October. The town also hosts an annual Springfest Golf Classic, Fourth of July firework celebration and a Christmas Parade for its residents

Local Amenities And Attractions

Mt. Holly is filled with family-owned businesses. The community supports them by purchasing produce at the weekly Farmers Markets held downtown and dining at local restaurants. For dinner, residents often visit J Peters Bar & Grill, Papa Sammy’s Pizza and Billy’s Bbq. You can also stop at the Queen Bee Bakery for a delicious dessert or the Catawba Coffee Co. for a refreshment. These businesses offer the Mount Holly community authentic family friendliness and a desirable small town ambiance.

For a day of adventure, you can take advantage of the U.S. National Whitewater Center for an unforgettable experience zip-lining, rafting and rock climbing less than ten miles away! The city of Charlotte is also conveniently close to Mount Holly, offering residents close entertaining nightlife, concerts, NASCAR races and NFL games. If you’re planning a trip further out of town, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport is just a short drive away!

 

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Listing information last updated on October 15th, 2018 at 9:13am EDT.