Midland Homes for Sale
Midland and North Carolina is located in southern Cabarrus County about 30 minutes to downtown Charlotte. It gets its name because of its location approximately halfway between Charlotte and Oakboro. This small community is home to less than 4000 residents and most Midland residents own their own homes.
One unique feature about Midland is its pronunciation. While most people would assume it is pronounced ‘MID-lind’ it’s actually pronounced ‘MID-LAND’ with emphasis being given on both syllables. This quaint little town began as a railroad town in 1913 and incorporated most recently in 2000. It was essentially an agricultural town with growth of Charlotte to the west providing farming and produce to downtown. Today, Midland is a bedroom community for those commuting to work nearby in Charlotte and Concord.
What do locals have to say about living in Midland?
“Midland is a small town 25 miles East of Charlotte. It is a very quiet town but has everything I need. My family and I have lived here for about 10 years and we absolutely love it. There is lots of land and opportunities to start your own journey here, whether that means opening a business, starting a family, or more.”
“My experience thus far in Midland has been an great one. From the quiet nights, to the lovely nature trails. I love the town of Midland. After staying in my parents household in this town, I got a sense of what this town is really like. Being apart of the close knit community in Midland, and seeing people take pride in taking care of their spaces makes me love Midland.” – Niche.com
Midland is part of the Cabarrus County School District, and serves the Bethel elementary school, the Griffin middle school, and the Central Cabarrus high school.
Best Part About Midland?
Whether you are in Midland or close to one of the neighboring towns, there’s always something to do, see, and explore. Right in town is Rob Wallace Park, located at 12900 Bethel School Rd. featuring multiple walking trails, playground equipment, a disc golf course, picnic shelters, Lake, climbing sets, and multiple paths. There are trails for miles and a fishing pond perfect for catching some of the many trout that they stock in the lake each year.
There are a few restaurants in town including Subway, the Sundae Shop, Bob’s family restaurant, Naquis Kitchen serving up unique authentic Mexican food and D’Anna’s Kitchen perfect for breakfast and lunch.
Midland is about 36 minutes or 23 miles east of downtown Charlotte and there are several routes to get you there but the most common is Highway 27.
Midland Real Estate
The average home price is about $400,000 but because of the rural ambiance of Midland, you’ll find smaller homes in town and larger acreage spread out throughout the community. Because it’s at the intersection of 601 and 27, easy access to neighboring towns and communities is a breeze. For more information on homes for sale in Midland North Carolina, browse all active listings below or simply contact my office at any time. I’d love to schedule a showing, provide you with a list of specific homes and properties that meet your search criteria in Midland, or provide additional properties throughout Cabarrus County.