Villages at Oak Tree
180 Oak Village Parkway, Mooresville, North Carolina 28117
The Villages at Oak Tree Outside of Charlotte, North Carolina is a Small 55+ Community with Mature Landscaping, a Clubhouse and a Quiet Lifestyle
Located in western North Carolina, Mooresville is a comfortable Charlotte suburb, and it is the location of The Villages at Oak Tree. This is a community for people age 55 or better, and it has nearly 180 single family homes and town homes.
Built by Bonanza Development Corporation from the late-1990s to the early-2000s, The Villages has an established feeling. The grounds are pretty and lush, peppered with tall trees, bushes, ponds and bridges with white hand rails. The homes are single story and cozy, with sizes ranging from approximately 1,100 to 1,500 square feet. Each one has two bedrooms, two baths and an attached one car garage. The exteriors are low maintenance vinyl and brick. Some residences have a glass enclosed patio. Home prices start in the mid-$100,000s and top out around $200,000. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.
The clubhouse is the center of social life and has a fitness center, game rooms, a library, a kitchen and a dance floor. Planned activities include lunches, card games and pot lucks. A paved walking path winds through the community, and RV storage is available for road warriors.
Mooresville sits along the banks of Lake Norman and was founded in the 1850s. It has been a railroad hub, a textile town and is now known as "Race City, USA." Much of the economy is dependent on tourists who come to visit the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame, the Mooresville Motorplex, the PIT Indoor Kart Track and various racing team garages that are often open to the public.
Lake Norman Regional Medical Center is in town and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
This area has summer temperatures in 80s and 90s and winter temperatures in 40s, 50s and 60s. On average, it receives 42 inches of rain per year.
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