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Mocksville is a small town with a population just over 5,000, boasting strong community pride, a low cost of living, and plenty to do. The town serves as the county seat of Davie County and is located a reasonable distance from the activity in Winston-Salem.

 

Real Estate

One of the most attractive qualities of Mocksville is the affordable cost of living, as it is below that of the national average. The majority of homes in Mocksville are valued under $175,000, meaning buyers can get more house for their money. Mocksville real estate is diverse in nature, as there are a variety of properties ranging from small single-story residences to impressive mansions. The small-town atmosphere of Mocksville means many homes enjoy large lots and spacious backyards along neighborhoods lined with a canopy of trees.

 

Lifestyle and Attractions

Mocksville is located approximately 25 miles southwest of Winston-Salem and is touching the upper reaches of Greater Charlotte. Residents of Mocksville enjoy small-town living with an easy drive to big-city conveniences. The town comes together with a number of annual festivals, including the Daniel Boone Family Festival, honoring the American pioneer who once lived nearby, and the ‘Twas the Night Before Bed Race with themed beds racing down Main Street. Mocksville residents may see a performance in nearby Winston-Salem, home of the University of North Carolina School of Arts, the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem, and more.

 

There are several beautiful parks in Mocksville, including Rich Park, featuring picnic shelters, multiple playgrounds, and trails for walking, hiking and biking. A short 30-minute drive to Lake Norman State Park provides endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, including fishing, hiking, camping, picnicking, and more. The nearby Mill Village Museum allows visitors to experience life in a small cotton mill village, and the town hosts a number of historic sites, such as the Joppa Cemetery, one of the oldest and most historic gravesites in central North Carolina. Major employers of Mocksville include Avgol America, Better Outdoor Products, and Ingersoll Rand, and many residents commute to work in Winston-Salem and other neighboring cities.

 

Nearby Schools and Higher Education

There are nine public schools located in Mocksville that are a part of Davie County Schools, including Mocksville Elementary School, South Davie Middle School, and Davie County High School. There are 15 private schools located in the Mocksville/Winston-Salem vicinity, offering a variety of options for residents. Davidson County Community College has a brick-and-mortar campus in Mocksville. Other nearby colleges and universities include University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Winston-Salem State University, and more.

 

History

William R. Davie was an officer in the Revolutionary War, a delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention, and North Carolina’s governor from 1798 to 1799. In 1836, a new county was formed out of the existing Rowan County, and was named Davie County in his honor. Three years later, the area nicknamed “Mocks Old Field” became the county seat of Davie and was incorporated as Mocksville. During the 1700s, Mocksville was home to pre-colonial frontiersman Daniel Boone and his parents, and his father served as a Justice of the Peace for Mocksville. Visitors can see the graves of Boone’s parents and his brother at the Joppa Cemetery.

 

Approximate Distance to:

 

Winston-Salem: 25 Miles

 

Piedmont Triad International Airport: 46.5 Miles

 

Hospitals:

  • Davie Medical Center: 12.5 Miles

  • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: 23 Miles

 

Major Highway:

  • I-40: 3 Miles

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