Open House Sat 1-3 – Davidson Farmhouse Estate on 7.5 acres – Reduced to Sell

Davidson, NC     Reduced and ready to sell.

Just outside of Historic Downtown Davidson, enjoy your Farmhouse style estate home on 7.5 beautiful acres.  Close to Fisher Farm Park and the new greenway you will have recreation options at your doorstep.  Have your kids attend the excellent Davidson, NC schools.  Enjoy the culture and activities offered in this highly ranked College town, where Steph Curry played basketball and home to one of the top restaurants in America, Kindred.  Enjoy the climate of North Carolina 12 months of the year.  Davidson is 20 miles north of Charlotte and sits on the shores of Lake Norman.

 

Please take this opportunity to view this beautifully crafted home.  Sat May 5 from 1-3.

MLS Details – Click here

Approx 5,057 sft,  4 beds and 4 1/2 baths, 7.5 acres with a gorgeous pool.

2017 taxes $8,033 (still deductable!)

Year built 2004

Please call or text Clark Goff at Allen Tate Davidson for a private showing. 704 996-0948

Please share this post with friends and family interested in Davidson and have them stop by Saturday.

 

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Davidson, NC weather – click here

Davidson, NC Greenway Map – Link

Learn about Davidson, NC – www.aboutdavidson.com

Davidson Ranked One of the Coolest Suburbs in the Country – Article

What’s going on right now in Davidson – Facebook

Listing courtesy of Beth Knox Sullivan

Buying or Selling in Davidson_ Call Clark (2)

www.allentate.com/clarkgoff

Great Horned Owl Released in Davidson

 

Davidson, NC      Davidson residents, and Raptor Center supporters, Greg and Marcy Murphy partnered with the Carolina Raptor center on Saturday April 28 to release a Great Horned Owl back into the wild by the Greenway near River Run.

The Owl was turned in locally with a head injury and nursed back to health at the center.  Davidson is considered an ideal location for the release because of the tree canopy.

These owls are territorial and not common locally so the hope is that it will remain in this area.

You may be aware of the Raptor Center.  They accept injured raptors of all types (eagles, hawks, owls, etc.) that have been injured or are in failing health.  When possible, they nurse them back to health and this culminates in releasing them back into the wild.  They provide great educational programs for kids.

Carolina Raptor Center

So keep your eyes on the trees when you walk the greenway.

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