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Settling in Cabarrus County land and farms has always meant a prosperous life. Nicknamed the place where “America Thrives,” Cabarrus County has been home to the first gold mine in US history, the Charlotte Mint, and over 200 years of booming agricultural industry. The county’s major crops in the modern day include grains, vegetables, potatoes, and fields of blooming floriculture. Nurseries and garden centers dot the landscape, giving Cabarrus County land and farms a beautiful backdrop of colorful flowers. This rural setting provides a great home to people looking to benefit from the city without the hustle and bustle—Cabarrus County sits just outside of Charlotte, allowing many residents to commute comfortably to jobs in the city before returning home to their front porch. Kids also benefit from a slower pace: Cabarrus County Schools operates 45 public schools, including five alternative schools and three early colleges for gifted students. Real estate opportunities in Cabarrus County include estates of all sizes and price ranges, riverfront land, ranchland, farmland, clear and forested acreages, and historic properties.
Fans of history will find a welcoming home in Cabarrus County, which predates the Revolutionary War and played a vital role in the expansion of the US Mint. The county is home to thirty nationally registered historic landmarks, including the local Reed Gold Mine, which memorializes the first gold find in the United States. Motorsports fans should be on the lookout for races at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, which hosts major racing events, concerts, live performances, and the annual Breakaway Carolina music festival. If your interests trend more toward the outdoors, Cabarrus County participates in the Carolina Thread Trail, which offers 11 greenways and walking trails for the public to explore the beauty of Cabarrus County land and farms at a slower pace.
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