6909 Dallas Cherryville Highway Bessemer City, NC 28016
"Oh, give me land, lots of land under starry skies above. Don't fence me in!" The stars just seem a little brighter when you live on 5.4 acres! Don't miss this custom-built "Yellowstone"-inspired home w/ Cracker Barrel, wrap-around porch w/ porch swing and drip irrigation! WOW your guests w/ the huge stone fireplace in the living room or the expansive back deck! With plenty of room to host holiday meals, this home boasts a large dining room and kitchen w/ ample countertops and cabinets! Work from home in the main-level office area! Enjoy the FLEX SPACE upper bonus room/4th BR! Park your camper, trailer or hobby cars in the secondary parking area. Icing on the cake is the FULL unfinished basement w/ additional fireplace, tractor workshop, carpentry workshop, air compressor line running from upper 2-car garage, and TONS of storage! Located just outside the city limits of Cherryville, this country oasis has two entrance roads and is only 10 minutes from Gastonia, Lincolnton, and I-85!
Community - Bessemer City
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Bessemer City is a small town providing slow-paced living with convenient access to larger cities. This suburban town boasts a rich heritage and natural beauty in the heart of Gaston County.
If you are searching for a quiet suburban neighborhood with exceptional home values, Bessemer City might be your answer. With average home costs well below the averages of both the state and nation, Bessemer City is an affordable place to buy a home. Bessemer City real estate is primarily crafted in traditional and Craftsman styles with a few new construction homes for sale.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Surrounded by natural beauty, Bessemer City provides a laid-back lifestyle just seven miles northwest of Gastonia and 30 miles northwest of Charlotte — both of which are easily accessible via I-85. Covering just 4.79 square miles with a population just over 5,000, Bessemer City is a quaint town with a focus on historic preservation and maintaining its family-friendly culture. The community hosts a number of annual events and festivals, including the Annual Down Home Festival, Annual Christmas Parade, The Great Pumpkin Palooza, and the Sounds of Summer Concert Series.
Bessemer City is positioned near a number of outdoor recreation areas and green spaces, including Crowders Mountain State Park, a major attraction for hikers and climbers with vertical cliffs reaching 150 feet, and Kings Mountain State Park located a little further south. Bessemer City Park provides ample opportunity to be active in town with tennis and basketball courts and a swimming pool. Many Bessemer City residents commute to work in Gastonia or work in town at employers operating out of Bessemer City, such as Dole Foods or FMC Lithium, one of the largest lithium producers in the world.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Bessemer City has five public schools in Gaston County Schools and the town shares in the advances and innovations of the excellent school system in Gastonia just 6 miles away. There are also six private schools located within the area, providing a variety of options for Bessemer City residents. There are no institutions of higher learning within the boundaries of Bessemer City; however, a reasonable commute to nearby cities puts a number of opportunities within reach. Nearby colleges and universities include Belmont Abbey College, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Queens University, and more.
Bessemer City’s history dates back to 1754, when King George II granted land to James Ormand, who established the Ormand Mining Company. The Old Ormand Furnace is the oldest stack of its kind in the entire country and still stands to this day, serving as the site for the family’s annual reunion. Bessemer City was officially chartered in 1893, during which time just a few families lived in town. The population of Bessemer City saw impressive growth with the introduction of the railroad, and by 1900, the population reached 600. One of the town’s largest employers originating in the late 20th century was FMC Lithium Plant, which is still in operation today.
Approximate Distance to:
Gastonia: 7 Miles
Uptown Charlotte: 29.5 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 22.5 Miles
CaroMont Regional Medical Center: 11 Miles
Kings Mountain Hospital: 6.5 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 29 Miles
I-85: 2.5 Miles
US-74: 3 Miles
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