Runneymede is a close-knit equestrian community located in the heart of Davidson, North Carolina. This subdivision offers 50 beautiful custom homes, each sitting on at least one acre of land. Runneymede boasts a very active social calendar, including holiday festivities for children, and nature walks throughout the 50 acres of pristine woodlands which is protected Davidson Lands Conservancy. For the equestrian aficionado, Runneymede offer beautiful riding trails, as well as a state-of-the-art horse barn which is run the residents of the subdivision.
Runneymede’s woods boasts the famous “Whale Rock”, which is the largest granitic outcropping in Cabarrus County. Close to the Whale Rock is the remnant of an 18th or 19th century grist mill dam in the channel of the Rocky River. This dam ruin is one of the few surviving artifacts of pre-Civil War industry in Mecklenburg County, and is potentially a future Historic Landmark.
Runneymede’s proximity to downtown Davidson makes it an ideal community for anyone who enjoys dining, shopping or cultural events. Within just a few minute’s drive to both Lake Norman and Charlotte, this area allows you access to the best amenities that Charlotte has to offer.