North Carolina

Whether you are relocating to Salisbury from out of state or finding a new home across town and would like to know more about Salisbury homes for sale. You’ve come to the right place!

frequently asked questions

why live in SALISBURY?

Known as North Carolina’s Cheerwine Capitol, Salisbury is the oldest continually populated colonial town in the western region of North Carolina. Salisbury is touted for its historic preservation, with five local historic districts. Salisbury has quick access to I-85 that will take you to neighboring areas like Winston-Salem, Greensboro and Charlotte. Salisbury is home to North Carolina’s soft drink, Cheerwine, regional supermarket, Food Lion and Rack Room Shoes.
Salisbury has a total population just under 34,000, with a high population density of 1,488 people per square mile. Approximately 39% of the population is married, and the median income for families living within the area is $41,000.



What are the different areas of SALISBURY?

Salisbury has many desirable neighborhoods at all price points that are great places to call home. Many Salisbury neighborhoods are convenient to Highway 150 and I-85, and well-known employers including Egger Wood Products, Food Lion, Cheerwine and Rack Room Shoes. Salisbury homes also expand to the High Rock Lake area. 



Salisbury has many opportunities for higher education.  Salisbury is home to institutions such as Catawba College, Livingstone College and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.

Younger students in Salisbury attend public Rowan-Salisbury School system. Many Rowan-Salisbury schoosl feature small class sizes, excellent test scores, and active Parent/Teacher organizations.

Additionally, Salisbury offers many private and charter school options. Some of the private and charter schools found in Salisbury, NC, are
⦁ North Hills Christian School
⦁ Rockwell Christian School
⦁ Sacred Heart Catholic School
⦁ Salisbury Academy
⦁ Salisbury Adventist School
⦁ Salisbury Christian School


For the outdoor adventurist or the art buff, Salisbury has something for everyone. You can visit the Salisbury National Cemetery where local armed force veterans are laid to rest, or NC Transportation Museum where you’ll find four large exhibit buildings that house the historic Spencer Shops and the Southern Railroad’s largest steam locomotive repair facility. Special visits from Thomas the Train are a family favorite. 

You may also want to check out some of the outdoor recreational facilities like Dan Nicholas Park, which offers picnic areas, a campground, lake, carousel, train, gem mine, aquarium, nature center, and animal habitats. Grab the kids, pack a lunch, and head to Lazy 5 Ranch for an afternoon safari where you can drive through a park full of safari-like animals and feed them straight from your car.

If you and your family are looking to relocate to an area with lots of outdoor events throughout the year while still being on the outskirts of Concord and Charlotte area. Search for properties in the Salisbury, Rowan County area. 

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Mantle Realty is a leading independent real estate firm based in the Triad of North Carolina. Mantle is passionate about providing clients with  cutting edge technology and hometown service, whether they are buying or selling a home.

Many of Mantle Realty’s agents have lived in the areas they serve their entire lives, and love turning their clients into their neighbors. With offices in Greensboro, Lexington, and Welcome, Mantle is equipped to cover all of the Triad with convenience and care.