Davidson College Area/Davidson City Center

There is more to Davidson, North Carolina than Davidson College—but in truth, the college remains central to the town’s identity. The town sprung up around the college, and the college continues to be Davidson’s most noteworthy institution. So for anyone who wants to move to Davidson and be close to the heart of the city—to the action, to the culture—the obvious place to look for homes is in the city center, close to Davidson College itself.

Davidson College at a Glance

If you’re not already familiar with it, Davidson College is one of the most prestigious and competitive liberal arts schools in the country. Originally founded in 1837 by a group of Presbyterians, Davidson College is located just under 20 miles to the north of Charlotte, North Carolina.

Davidson has two campuses—its main branch consisting of 665 acres, its “lake” campus encompassing around 110. It has a student body comprised of 1,950 academics, more or less evenly split between women and men and including 25 percent students of color, plus roughly 6 percent international students. The vast majority of Davidson’s students live on campus.

Homes in Davidson

Whether you’re a Davidson student, a Davidson alumnus, or simply someone who loves the hustle and bustle of life in a college town, the Davidson College area has a number of nice homes to choose from. Though the area is technically in the thick of Davidson proper, it’s classified as a suburb in terms of population density, and is a great place to savor small town Americana.

Most of the homes in the area are mid- to large-sized, which means three to five bedrooms, though there are also some rentals available. The vacancy rate here tends to be reasonably high, with students moving in and out with regularity, so there’s always a good chance you can find your dream home here in Davidson!

Life in Davidson

For many people, life in Davidson is the best of all possible worlds. The college ensures that there is much art and culture here. Lake Norman is nearby, for those who enjoy aquatic leisure, water sports, or boating. And Charlotte is just a few miles down the road, offering plenty of big city amenities.

Life in Davidson has something for everyone, then—so why not start looking for your Davidson home today?

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Bryan Kuester

Bryan Kuester

Bryan is the CEO of Kuester Management Group. He has over 15 years of managing community associations throughout North and South Carolina.

His specialties include Community Association Management - maintenance, budgeting for operational and reserve funding, long-range planning, covenant enforcement, amenity management, onsite management, large scale management.

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