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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: 57
Average Price: $288,128
Highest Listing Price: $849,900
Lowest Listing Price: $103,000

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8414 Dawson Ln

$214,900

You will feel right at home in this lovely spacious 1.5 story home with dramatic 2 story Great room. ...

Locust, NC
3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2124 Sqft, 0.17 Acres
Single Family Residential
Exit Realty Elite Properties

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11837 Glenwood Dr

$340,250

New Construction - Proposed Completed March 2019. Come see what all Locust & the community of R ...

Locust, NC
5 Bed, 4 Bath, 2913 Sqft, 0.3 Acres
Single Family Residential
Adams Homes Realty Inc

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11833 Glenwood Dr

$316,250

New Construction - Proposed Completed March 2019. Come see what all Locust & the community of R ...

Locust, NC
5 Bed, 3 Bath, 2518 Sqft, 0.3 Acres
Single Family Residential
Adams Homes Realty Inc

105 Bell Ave

$850,000

Very nice tract in the heart of Locust only 200' off 4-lane Hwy 24/27 with 300' frontage on Bell Ave ...

Locust, NC
19.55 Acres
Lots/Acres/Farms
Whitley Realty, Inc.

124 Tranquil Ct

$220,000

Covered front porch with fenced private backyard. Home is in "move-in" condition with four ...

Locust, NC
4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2225 Sqft, 0.22 Acres
Single Family Residential
Allen Tate Matthews/mint Hill

110 Fairview St

$233,000

"LOCATION, LOCATION" is the first thing that you will appreciate about this charming, bric ...

Locust, NC
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1744 Sqft, 0.59 Acres
Single Family Residential
Stalwart & Wise Real Estate Group

9749 Mission Church Rd

$599,900

You will not want to miss this well built home on 28 acres! This home features Custom Kitchen Cabine ...

Locust, NC
4 Bed, 3 Bath, 3346 Sqft, 28 Acres
Single Family Residential
Whitley Realty, Inc.

203 Delancy St

$290,000

If you need a home with three or four bedrooms coupled with large living spaces and an open floor pl ...

Locust, NC
4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2577 Sqft, 0.29 Acres
Single Family Residential
R. W. Price & Associates, Llc

Vac Mauney Rd

$114,900

Are you looking for the perfect place to build your home? Come take a look at this Level wooded piec ...

Locust, NC
14.8 Acres
Lots/Acres/Farms
Whitley Realty, Inc.

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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 the 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 on 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 an opportunity for growth and expansion of businesses.

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Listing information last updated on September 24th, 2018 at 5:58am EDT.