It is truly the best of both urban and country life with the bonus of a wonderful lake.

Welcome to Mooresville

Lake life, country life, or city life - you can have it all in Mooresville
Bordered on the west by Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake in North Carolina, locals and visitors have access to 50 square miles of water to enjoy. The downtown area is bustling with activity between the restaurants, shops, and other businesses giving the suburban area an urban vibe. The homes on the outskirts of downtown have a country lifestyle with large properties bordered by farmlands and forests. It is truly the best of both urban and country life with the bonus of a wonderful lake.

What To Love

  • Busy downtown area full of shops and restaurants
  • Lake Norman access for year-round enjoyment
  • Easy highway access for commuting and traveling
  • Family-friendly community 

Local Lifestyle

People residing in Mooresville enjoy large homes on large lots that create a country living experience. Large, mature trees provide shady spots to have a picnic or read a book. These homes may feel like they are in the country, but the downtown area is only minutes away from the farthest homes. Once downtown, there are plenty of restaurants, shopping options, and most of the services you need. If there is a need for a major urban area, Charlotte is only a thirty-minute drive with easy access to the highway. With Lake Norman in the town, families can spend an evening in the water after work or school without the need to drive far away. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Sushi at the Lake Too promises to give its customers a unique, delicious, and unforgettable experience. It is the perfect place to have date night over handmade sushi rolls and cocktails or bring the family for a fun hibachi experience. 

Big city style comes to town with On the Nines Bistro where they treat customers to chef-driven seasonal food made from scratch and paired with a hand-crafted cocktail. Creative dishes, like the southern schnitzel or the bistro poutine, will have you talking about the food for days. 

Main Street Antique and Design Market is in an old textile mill that currently holds over 475 vendors, along with a beer garden and a pizzeria. Arts, antiques, clothing, jewelry, and many handcrafted items are on display for you to browse. Vendors change out their displays often, so it never gets tired or boring. It is the sort of shop you could come to every day and find something different.

Neapolitan-style pizza is out of this world delicious at Alinos Pizzeria. It will make you never want a standard American pizza again. Your personalized, scratch-made, wood-fired, and crafted with love pizza is only part of the experience. Their outdoor dining space is gorgeous and lush, and their indoor seating is fresh and modern. You will not want to skip their authentic gelato for dessert! 

Things To Do

At 202 North Main, you can choose your favorite bottle of wine, craft bourbon, or single malt scotch to enjoy while listening to live music. They host some of the best bands in the area. You can also order a Boar’s Head charcuterie board to snack on while you dance the night away.

A favorite monthly event in downtown Mooresville is the Festival of Food Trucks. Grab your lawn chair and an empty stomach so you can try a variety of gourmet foods while listening to live music. Downtown Mooresville likes to stay busy with many local festivals throughout the year, such as a wine and art fair, a local business celebration, and events for children during Halloween and Christmas.

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