405 Courtland Drive Elon, NC 27244
Beautifully maintained home in a mature neighborhood is convenient to Elon University, I-85/40 and Olde Forest Racquet Club. The shaded setting features a pretty, leafy canopy, large stone patio and fenced backyard. Cozy den has a large brick fireplace, perfect for chilly evenings. Family room has lovely windows, beautiful light and great backyard views. Note the extensive hardwoods downstairs. Kitchen features granite, gas range, eat-in area and convenient pantry. Large laundry w/sink has plenty of room for a freezer. Don't miss four bedrooms and updated baths on the second floor. Roof replaced in 2015, separate HVAC for each level.
Community - Elon
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Elon is a quaint town just outside Burlington in the central region of North Carolina. This friendly town is home to the renowned Elon University, a private institution with a rich history.
The small-town atmosphere of Elon coupled with the beautiful setting of a historic college, makes this a desirable area to call home. The home prices reflect this as well, as Elon real estate is slightly more expensive than surrounding areas. In quiet neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, you will find gorgeous, historic properties mixed with newer homes in Elon.
Lifestyle and Attractions
With a population of about 10,000, Elon is a small town situated in central North Carolina. The town lives out its motto, “Heritage. Character. Progress.” Located just outside Burlington, Elon is nationally known as the home of Elon University, a private institution that has received a number of accolades over the years. The town is tightly intertwined with the university, as residents attend performances, concerts, sports games, and other events on campus. In fact, the town’s 4.5-square-mile area was initially named Elon College, until the college changed to Elon University and the town became Elon. Residents enjoy performances at Elon University’s Center for the Arts, a 75,000-square-foot facility with three popular venues, including the McCrary Theatre, a large-scale theatre and concert hall; The Black Box Theatre, an intimate stage for theater productions; and Yeager Recital Hall, a contemporary venue for concerts.
The nationally recognized Elon College Historic District hosts six buildings and a monument, dating back to the early 20th century. Residents of Elon also visit campus to watch the Elon Phoenix, the university’s NCAA Division I sports teams. Elon has a number of parks for outdoor recreation, including Beth Schmidt Park and Lawrence Slade Park. Major employers in Elon include Elon University and Engineered Controls International, a manufacturer for gas welding industry equipment. Otherwise, residents may make the short commute to work in Burlington or Greensboro, located approximately 5 miles and 20 miles away, respectively. Annual community events and festivals in Elon include the Festival of the Oaks, the Jazz Festival at Elon University, and more.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Elon is served by the Alamance-Burlington School System, which has 35 schools. Additionally, there are 11 private schools in Alamance County, providing a variety of options within reach. Elon is home to Elon University, a private institution founded in 1889, and residents may access nearby colleges and universities, including Greensboro College, High Point University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and more.
Like many communities in this region, Elon was initially established because of its proximity to the railroad track. The town was located at the crossroads of the track running between Goldsboro and Charlotte, and the area became known as “Mill Point” because it was a shipping point for local cotton mills.
The town saw some growth thereafter, and a post office was built in 1888, establishing the area even more. The following year, the local Christian assembly made plans to open an institution for higher learning. At the time, the area was heavily wooded with oak trees, so they chose the name “Elon,” the Hebrew name for oak. In 1890, the college opened its doors.
The town of Mill Point slowly began to grow, adding stables and a blacksmith, and the town was incorporated under the name Elon College in 1893. More than 100 years later, in 2001, the school changed its name to Elon University and the town became simply “Elon.”
Approximate Distance to:
Greensboro: 19 Miles
Piedmont Triad International Airport: 30.5 Miles
Alamance Regional Medical Center: 4 Miles
Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital: 20 Miles
US-70: 1.5 Miles
I-40: 3 Miles
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