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138 Corban Avenue

RE/MAX Executive Realty 7752 Gateway Lane ~ Concord, NC www.leighsells.com 704-979-7034 ~ 866-440-7136


Features...

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Built 1910

3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms plus half bath +/- 2400 sf heated living area

Rocking chair front porch

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Oversized two-car, side-load garage Original hardwoods on main

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Master suite addition completed 2006  

Updated kitchen

Crawl space foundation 

City water/sewer


Welcome Home! 

Open the period door and enter a warm and inviting space

Original hardwoods throughout the main level

The formal living room focuses on a period fireplace

Great room has working fireplace, ceiling fan


Kitchen Center

Formal dining room has period fireplace

Wainscoting and chair rail create a more formal atmosphere

Kitchen has been totally updated

Granite countertops

Work island has range top and bar space for breakfast or a quick bite anytime

Custom cabinets

Stainless steel appliance package


Master Suite

Tile in master bath with large shower and split vanities

Soaking tub

His & her walk-in closets

Master suite addition completed 2006


Secondary Bedrooms

First floor laundry is large enough to be craft room or home manager space

Spacious secondary bedrooms located on the upper level

Shared bath has traditional tub/shower combo


Other Features

Yard is huge, very deep

Shared driveway

Professional landscaping

Large oversized two-car garage is located on basement level

Pedestrian entry

Finished, with storage

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History of Concord, North Carolina A story circulates about the origin of Concord in which two towns were vying to be made the county seat of the newly-created Cabarrus County. The powers that were decided to build a new town between those other two and make this new town the county seat, in order to bring Concord to the dispute. Thus, the town of Concord was founded. This story is also used as an explanation for why the name of the North Carolina town is pronounced like the word, rather than like Concord, Massachusetts and Concord, New Hampshire ("conquered"). Demographics (offered by Wikipedia/2000 Census) Concord is the county seat of Cabarrus County and a winner of the All-America City Award in 2004. It is located near the center of Cabarrus County, it is twenty miles northeast of Charlotte. As of the census of 2000, there were 55,977 people, 20,962 households, and 14,987 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,085.3 people per square mile. There were 22,485 housing units at an average density of 435.9/sq mile. There were 20,962 households out of which 35.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them. The average household size was 2.61 and the average family size was 3.08. In the city, the population was spread out with 26.2% under the age of 18, 8.9% from 18 to 24, 33.6% from 25 to 44, 20.2% from 45 to 64, and 11.1% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years. The median income for a household in the city was $46,094, and the median income for a family was $53,571. The per capita income for the city was $21,523.


Out and About in Concord & Cabarrus County…

Backing Up Classics Museum Owned by Morrison Motors, the museum opened in Concord in 1970. The 18,000 square-foot museum features over 50 classic cars, race cars, muscle cars and motorcycles, a gift shop, and banquet, meeting and party facilities. For more information, visit www.morrisonmotorco.com.

Cabarrus Creamery In 2003, local businessman Hunter Huss revived the 80-year old creamery located in Concord and operated by the Burage family. Since then, the ice cream shop has become a steady favorite with locals and visitors. With over 25 flavors like “Moon Pie” and “Sliced Lemon”, the shop offers ice cream by the scoop, in a sundae or banana split, shakes and more. Visit them at 21 Union Street in Concord.

Carolina Renaissance Festival The Carolinas’ annual Renaissance Festival is rapidly becoming a popular regional attraction and tradition. Thousands of visitors drive to the charming forest and meadows, just north of Charlotte, that have been transformed into an elaborate 16th century village celebrating the adventure, pageantry and romance of the Renaissance era. You can mingle with royalty, townspeople, equestrians and artisans; enjoy endless entertainment, tasty and savory foods, rides and games. From the lowliest of peasants to King Henry himself, along with lovely maidens, and gamesmen, all bring to life the ambience of a Renaissance village at play. The Festival performs for seven weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) October through November.

Charlotte Motor Speedway Don’t miss the excitement of racing close to the Lake Norman area. The speedway is home to NASCAR, IROC, IRL, World Karting, DIRT and Legends Car racing. Major NASCAR events are held in May and October. You can also ride around the track to get a perspective of racing. For more information, visit www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.

Concord Mills Mall A 1.4 million square-foot retail complex which opened in September 1999, Concord Mills offers over 200 stores, a 24-screen movie theater, Dave & Busters and Jeepers entertainment centers, and a NASCAR SpeedPark. For more information, visit www.concordmillsmall.com.

Kannapolis Intimidators Baseball Organized in 1995, the Minor League Class A Team is affiliated with the Chicago White Sox and is name for the late NASCAR racing legend and former owner Dale Earnhardt. The team plays in Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium in Kannapolis. For more information, visit www.intimidatorsbaseball.com.

Gem Theatre Originally built in 1938 and reconstructed after a fire in 1948, the single-screen Art Deco theatre located in Kannapolis now shows primarily second-run movies at discounted prices. For more information, visit www.gem-theatre.com.


Old Courthouse Theatre For more than 30 seasons, the Old Cabarrus Theatre has provided quality, professional performances to Cabarrus County and the surrounding region. Founded in the Historic Cabarrus Courthouse, the company is now housed in the former First Baptist Church on Spring Street in Concord. For more information, visit www.oldcourthousetheatre.org.

Reed Gold Mine Reed Gold Mine is the site of the first documented gold find in the United States. Admission to the mine is free. Activities include a mining documentary screening, underground mine tour, and Stamp Mill tour. The mine also offers gold panning from April to October. For more information, visit www.reedmine.com.

Richard Petty Driving Experience Richard Petty Driving Experience provides racing fans and thrill-seekers the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a 600 horsepower Winston Cup style stock car. Get in the action and get on the track. For more information, visit www.1800bepetty.com.

The Depot at Gibson Mill Welcome to The Depot at Gibson Mill, an antique and designer mall that was once a mill, located in Concord, N.C. With 85,000 square feet and 460 booths, we have quickly become the largest antique and designer mall in the South. Once a part of the old Cannon Mills, the charm of the 20 foot ceilings, wide wooden floors and exposed brick remains. From antiques and reproductions to imports, collectibles and new furniture, there’s quite an eclectic collection of quality merchandise under one roof. The Depot has become a popular destination for consumers shopping for antiques and dealers looking to showcase their products. For more information, visit www.depotgibsonmill.com.


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138 Corban Concord NC  

Orig hardwoods on main level. Master suite addition completed in 2006. Tile in master bath w/ large shower & splits vanities. His & hers wal...