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 2017 Population  15,378   
 Median Income   $80,858
Stallings NC Real Estate Market

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Stallings NC Most Active Neighborhoods

Shannamara/Park Meadows/
Fairhaven/Pleasant Plains/Sterling Manor

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Town of Stallings

Calling itself the "Gateway to Union County," Stallings is a linear town that lies adjacent to Matthews and Mint Hill at the Mecklenburg-Union County line.  Stallings also has a few parcels within Mecklenburg County.  The town is bisected by Highway 74 and the future Monroe Connector/Bypass may further divide the area.

Stallings was incorporated in 1975.  The town currently has over 13,000 residents and many businesses.  A goal of town government is to broaden the tax base by encouraging the redevelopment of the area along Stallings Road around the Town Hall into a commercial town center.  Other commercial development is encouraged at either end of the linear town, as well.

Stallings is often included on national "Best Of" lists.  In 2014, Stallings was second on Movoto's list of most affordable towns in North Carolina.  It was also named seventh on the list of the 50 safest cities in North Caroina. NerdWallet placed it fourth on its list of best North Carolina cities for young families.  Money magazine put in the top 50 best places to live in America in 2015.

Rock Store

History of Stallings

Stallings is named for Matthew Thomas Stallings and his brother Martin Stallings, who purchased land in the area for timber and farming in the early 1900s.  The first businesses in the town were a store and a sawmill.  From the turn of the century until the 1930s, Stallings and neighboring Indian Trail were trading centers for cotton.  Built in the 1950s between Charlotte and Monroe, U.S. 74 sparked growth in the Stallings area that continues today.

Stallings Town Park

Stallings Community and Neighborhoods

The Town of Stallings has renovated and developed Stallings Municipal Park into a regional draw with a splash pad, band shell, several playgrounds and walking trails.  The town also has its own police department.  A variety of businesses, restaurants and grocery stores lie within the town.  Stallings' proximity to I-485 makes it very accessible to Charlotte workplaces and amenities.


The Stevens Mill area on the northern end of the town is named for a mill operated by the Stevens family for over a hundred years.  This area includes two golf course neighborhoods, Shannamara and Emerald Lake, plus several other neighborhoods with large wooded lots.  A range of affordable and upscale neighborhoods occupy the areas of Stallings at its southern end just outside of Matthews.

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