Moss Creek Rental homes and Neighborhood Information

Moss Creek is conveniently located off Hwy 73 with easy access to downtown Concord and Huntersville. Moss Creek and other neighborhoods in the area provide a scenic enclave as they have sprouted up on existing farmland. Moss Creek is still close enough to Uptown Charlotte to commute for work or visit all the entertainment venues and shopping centers there.

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Area Highlights

Concord has built several state-of-the-art recreation centers, including Academy Recreation Center and Hartsell Recreation Center. There are also outdoor parks, such as Les Myers Park, which has an amphitheater, a skating rink, and tennis courts. In the summer, locals cool off at the John F. McInnis Aquatic Center, a public swimming facility.
This city of Concord was founded in 1750, and its long history is evident when you stroll through downtown Concord. In this historic area, locals can spot picturesque Queen Anne-style homes and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, like the Cabarrus County Courthouse. While downtown Concord is a haven for history buffs, it's also home to eclectic boutiques, art galleries, and chic restaurants and cafes.