Indian Trail, North Carolina One Of America's 50 Best Small Cities To Live In
Indian Trail, North Carolina has been ranked in the top 50 Best Small Cities In America by WalletHub. WalletHub compared 1,200+ American cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000, based on 40 key indicators of livability. The indicators of livability ranged from housing costs to home ownership rates to the quality of schools to population and income growth, to commuting time, and more.
WHY LIVE IN INDIAN TRAIL?
Indian Trail is situated about 15 miles southeast of Charlotte in Union County. The town's name, "Indian Trail," is derived from the Native American path that wound through this area from Petersburg, Virginia, to the Waxhaw Indians, and gold mining. The Indian Trail was founded in 1861 and its first roots are as a farming community. Indian Trail was incorporated as a town in 1907. Family Circle Magazine named Indian Trail as one of the 10 Best Places In America To Raise A Family.
The town of Indian Trail offers numerous community activities to residents, including a Hop-to-It-Easter Egg Hunt, a Paws in the Park event, a Family Fun Day, Comedy Under the Stars evenings, a July 4th Parade, a Halloween Spooktacular, Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting, and mcuh more! Lots of civic groups to get involved with in Indian Trail, as well, including Boy Scout, Cub Scout and Girl Scout troops, Lions and Rotary Clubs, and a VFW Post. Parks abound in Indian Trail for those who enjoy outdoor activitities.
Indian Trail provides a wide variety of housing options, including lots of new and newer construction homes, in all price ranges. It's known for it's overall affordability with average home prices still under $300,000.
We've been opening doors for Indian Trail home buyers and sellers for 20+ years. If you're considering selling or purchasing a home in Indian Trail (or anywhere in the Charlotte metro area), I'd love an opportunity to earn your business, to exceed your expectations, and to show you how