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Located in the Piedmont region of central North Carolina, a new home in Statesville awaits! This small Southern city is conveniently located at the intersection of major interstates I -40 and I-77 providing easy access to the bustling Charlotte metro area to the South or a quick commute to neighboring cities, Winston Salem, High Point, and Greensboro to the East! 

Potential homebuyers choose to search for new homes in Statesville for the comfort and peace provided by this quaint community! The town of Statesville is ideally situated on the shores of the Catawba River which feeds into Lake Norman, North’s Carolina’s largest man-made lake. Many choosing to make a home in Statesville refer to the area as the quieter side of the lake as the city is tucked away from the congestion to the South. Residents prefer the relaxed lake living offered by Statesville! Residents of Statesville can enjoy a leisurely stroll down Broad Street or Center Street in Downtown Statesville to enjoy the hidden treasures nestled among the streets including delicious restaurants and local shops! Lower Iredell County taxes are also a major draw to the area. If searching for a new home in Statesville, NC then consider Eastwood Homes. As one of North Carolina’s premier New Home Builders, Eastwood Homes is sure to have the new home that is just right for you!   




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