Muirfield subdivision is a picturesque community located in the heart of NASCAR country, Mooresville, NC!
- Established builder, Ryan Homes, has been recognized as a leader in the home building industry for exceptional quality, award-winning design and unrivaled customer service since 1948.
- Surrounded by a Donald Ross/Porter Gibson designed golf course, which is open to the public year round. The 18-hole, par 72, 6603-yard course is operated & managed by the Town of Mooresville.
- Located within 5 miles of Lowe’s Corporate Headquarters and Lake Norman Regional Medical Hospital.
- Located within walking distance of Historical Downtown Mooresville.
- Mooresville Graded School District.
- Energy Star certification to ensure low, low, heating & cooling bills.
- Variety of ranch, 2-story and main floor owner’s suite homes, some with walkout basements.
- Nature trail, common area for neighborhood gatherings.
Mooresville: small-town charm, big-city amenities
Mooresville is one of Lake Norman’s fastest-growing communities situated in southern Iredell County, only about 30 miles from uptown Charlotte.
The eclectic town boasts historic charm and plenty of modern conveniences. Residents here also enjoy a variety of housing options, an award-winning school system and strong business community. Mooresville is home to about 31,000 people.
Incorporated as Mooresville in 1873, the town was named after a local farmer named John Franklin Moore. Not long after he settled in the area, Moore developed a train depot on his property and established a thriving community. The railroad helped Mooresville grow and prosper into a major hub for the textile industry.
Motorsports eventually replaced textiles as one of the town’s main industries, earning it the nickname of Race City USA. Mooresville’s racing heritage can be seen in many of its entertainment and recreation activities, including Mooresville Motorplex and The Pit Indoor Kart Racing.
Both attractions offer state-of-the-art karts that you can drive around expansive tracks with lots of twists and turns. And with racing teams and other amenities located in Mooresville, NASCAR fans can visit drivers’ shops or tour The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame, which features more than 35 race cars.
But there’s far more to Mooresville than motorsports. Queen’s Landing is a terrific lakeside development where you can go for4 sightseeing and dinner cruises aboard a riverboat or 90-foot yacht.
During the summer, visitors soak in the scenery at a floating dock bar or rent equipment for fun water activities such as stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking and Jet Skiing. Mooresville is also blessed with a great park system, including Bellingham Park and Cornelius Park, both of which offer tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, walking trails and playgrounds.
And next to Lowe’s YMCA is Hope Park Splash Pad, which has an array of swings, slides, towers, play houses, tunnels, and rock walls where both young and old can beat the heat.
Business and development are also booming in Mooresville. The area is home to several Fortune 500 companies, including Lowe’s and Ingersoll-Rand. And the town continues to attract new companies and create jobs with developments such as Project Prosperity, a new 476-acre industrial complex.
Langtree at the Lake, one of the region’s most expansive new developments, is also in Mooresville. The 400-acre mixed-use project has luxury apartments, restaurants and retail stores, all situated along the water.
Elsewhere in Mooresville you’ll find luxury lakeside communities such as The Point, which boasts the acclaimed Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte. And near the lively downtown area there are hundreds of charming historic mill homes.
The downtown area also has some of the area’s best restaurants. The popular J.J. Wasabi’s Grill and Bar serves a wide variety of sushi, Japanese steak entrees and grilled dishes, and has a covered outside patio ideal for taking in the scenery.
There’s also Epic Chophouse, which is located in a beautifully restored, two-story 1880’s building and specializes in steaks, chops, fresh seafood and pastas. For lakeside dining, there’s The Prickly Pear, which offers modern Mexican cuisine in an upscale yet relaxed atmosphere, with an outdoor patio and unparalled views of the water.
And a longtime favorite is Big Daddy’s of Lake Norman. Noted for the colorful race cars on the roof, Big Daddy’s has been a local tradition since 1974 and offers everything from steaks to fresh seafood, including a great oyster bar.
With so much going for it, it’s no surprise Mooresville continues to attract a growing number of residents and businesses. Whether you’re a retiree, single, or looking for a safe and vibrant community to raise a family, Mooresville is a great place to call home.