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The City of Locust was established in western Stanly county in the late 1860s by German, Scotch Irish and English immigrants. The community was known as the “Crossroads”. Many travelers came through on the way to Cabarrus, Anson, and Mecklenburg counties.
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Locust Housing Prices

Total Listings: 39
Average Price: $312,051
Highest Listing Price: $899,900
Lowest Listing Price: $125,000

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102 Rosewood Ln

$469,000

Special home inside and outside in a hidden gem neighborhood. From the unique moldings in every roo ...

Locust, NC
4 Bed, 4 Bath, 3789 Sqft, 0.75 Acres
Single Family Residential
Allen Tate Concord

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26514 Red Barn Trl

$349,900

Barn and fenced area for animals. Owners kept two horses there. attic storage above barn accessible ...

Locust, NC
3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2116 Sqft, 3.94 Acres
Single Family Residential
Whitley Realty, Inc.

000 Beverly Dr

$139,900

Looking for an estate sized tract close to town for your new home? This tract is to be divided off a ...

Locust, NC
650 Sqft, 8 Acres
Lots/Acres/Farms
Greg Adams Realty Llc

001 Beverly Dr

$139,900

Looking for an estate sized tract close to town for your new home? This tract is to be divided off a ...

Locust, NC
650 Sqft, 8.2 Acres
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Greg Adams Realty Llc

000 Elm St

$599,900

Equestrian and cattle farm with great development potential at the edge of Locust city limits. Forme ...

Locust, NC
650 Sqft, 30 Acres
Lots/Acres/Farms
Greg Adams Realty Llc

17476 Purser Dr

$229,900

The attention to detail is not missed here! This new construction home offers an open, split floor p ...

Locust, NC
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1482 Sqft, 0.78 Acres
Single Family Residential
Mccoy Real Estate Inc

109 Walnut Creek Rd

$309,000

Just off 24/27 with easy access to the Concord, Charlotte, and Monroe areas in the highly desirable ...

Locust, NC
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2660 Sqft, 1.19 Acres
Single Family Residential
My Lake Home Realty Llc

00 Elm St

$832,000

Equestrian and cattle farm with great development potential at the edge of Locust city limits. Forme ...

Locust, NC
650 Sqft, 52 Acres
Lots/Acres/Farms
Greg Adams Realty Llc

7747 Village Pkwy

$125,000

Lot #4 - Beautiful Golf course lot on the 1st hole at the Villages at Red Bridge Golf Course and Com ...

Locust, NC
2700 Sqft, 0.27 Acres
Lots/Acres/Farms
Landvestors Group, Llc

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Locust Community Information

A central well was dug close to the locust tree to serve the citizens of the community as well as travelers and their livestock as they were traveling through. As many as 25 families would do their washing there in a single day, since it was the only source of water.

In 1869 population in the “Crossroads” community had increased enough to warrant an application for the establishment of a post office. There was a meeting held to decide on a new name and a young girl in the community, Miss Maggie Howell, was present at a meeting to decide a proper name. Maggie happened to look out at a wooded plot where a large locust tree was in full bloom. Beyond the locust tree, plowed fields laid flat and the reddish clay dirt of the Charlotte Road stretched out level. Miss Howell suggested the name “Locust Level”. And so it was called until May 29, 1894. The Level was dropped and it was simply called Locust.

Locust still serves as the crossroads to Charlotte, Albemarle, Concord and Monroe. It is a thriving community and represents opportunity for growth and expansion of businesses.

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Listing information last updated on April 25th, 2018 at 5:58pm EDT.