Midland

This welcoming North Carolina community offers homeowners a balance of small-town tranquility with close proximity to outdoor recreation, daily conveniences and employers in major cities.

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Our new construction homes for sale in Midland, North Carolina are uniquely built for the way you want to live. One- and two-story floor plans have Flex Space, modern kitchens with islands and walk-in pantries, mud rooms off the garages, downstairs powder rooms, walk-in closets in the master suites and secondary bedrooms, linen closets in the master baths and laundry rooms, plus dens and spacious lofts that can be converted to a home office or gym. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet. 

Our new Midland homes are conveniently located near shopping, dining and entertainment in Locust, and included within a highly-rated school district. This new community is just a short drive to Rob Wallace Park, Cabarrus County's largest park, a 20-minute drive to downtown Concord, and only 10 minutes from Red Bridge Golf Club. Homeowners also enjoy an easy commute to Uptown Charlotte via Highway 24/27.

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Welcome to Midland

Midland is a small North Carolina community on the Rocky River in southern Cabarrus County. Its location just 25 minutes from Uptown Charlotte offers easy accessibility to the city’s business centers, entertainment venues and retail destinations, a considerable advantage for Midland homeowners. Local recreation includes Rob Wallace Park, the county’s largest public park, which spans 143+ acres of natural habitat and features a boardwalk, fishing pond, mountain and bike trails, playground and picnic areas. Future phases are anticipated to have nature classrooms, additional play areas, piers and trails. Midland residents are also close to Locust for easy shopping, dining and other conveniences. For family fun and adventure, check out these local favorites:

  • The Carolina Thread Trail. Also known as The Thread, this regional trail network will ultimately reach 15 counties and 2.3+ million people. Visitors can hike, bike, kayak and canoe to explore the area’s natural wildlife and scenery.
  • Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site. The only underground gold mine in North Carolina open to the public, visitors can pan for gold from April to October, explore restored portions of underground tunnels and view exhibits of historic mining equipment.

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