Indian Trail is approximately 10 miles southeast of Charlotte, in the northwest corner of Union County, which is one the fastest growing counties in the U.S. The town received its name from the Native American path that wound through this
area to Waxhaw to the south.
Indian Trail’s proximity to Charlotte has accelerated its growth and many of its residents work in all parts of Charlotte. Housing in Indian Trail is affordable, yet it offers many amenities (shopping, dining and entertainment).
Indian Trail was named one of the top ten places to live by Family Circle magazine and prides itself on maintaining a family friendly atmosphere. Annual events include a 4th of July
parade, Family Fun Day, a Christmas parade and Arbor Day.
Union County schools serve Indian Trail and they are considered some of the best in the Charlotte metro area.
Some popular Indian Trail neighborhoods are in the links to the right.
Nestled in a quiet neighborhood w/ Community Amenities, this charming residence blends comfort and luxury, featuring an Extended Driveway for added convenience & ample pa...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Ballantyne Area
Wow! Rare opportunity in Tallwood Estates, Union County/Fairview. 6 beds/5 full baths on a nearly 2 acre PRIVATE parcel! This open/practical James Custom Homes "Emily" fl...
Listing courtesy of Sun Valley Realty
Welcome home to a 1 story residence nestled within the coveted Glendalough neighborhood on a quiet cul-de-sac street. Exquisitely maintained, this home boasts a plethora ...
Listing courtesy of Allen Tate Ballantyne
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