We Call Home!

Mar 30, 2023

At CKJ Building and Design, we call Davie County, North Carolina home. We have lived here and done business in this county for over 20 years. Here’s a bit of insight into why we love it here! Davie County, located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, offers a small-town feel with easy access to larger metropolitan areas. Whether you’re looking for a quiet place to retire, a safe place to raise a family, or a great location to start a business, Davie County has much to offer.

  1. Affordable Cost of Living

Davie County has a lower cost of living than many other areas in North Carolina. Housing is especially affordable, with a median home price that is lower than the state average. Additionally, the overall cost of living in Davie County is lower than the national average.

  1. Strong Economy

Davie County has a diverse and robust economy, with a mix of small businesses and large industries. The county’s top employers include Wake Forest Baptist Health, Ashley Furniture, and Avgol.

  1. Excellent Education System

Davie County has an outstanding public education system, with highly-rated schools at all levels. The county’s graduation rate is higher than the state average, and many students go on to attend top universities in North Carolina and beyond. Davie County is also home to Davie-Davidson County Community College, which offers a wide range of degree programs and continuing education courses.

  1. Access to Outdoor Recreation

Davie County is home to several parks, lakes, and nature preserves, making it an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts. The county has a network of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, and the Yadkin River provides opportunities for fishing and kayaking. Additionally, Davie County is within easy driving distance of the Blue Ridge Mountains and North Carolina’s beautiful beaches.

  1. Rich History and Culture

Davie County has a rich history and culture that is reflected in its The Brock Arts Center, libraries, historic sites, and festivals. The county is home to the Daniel Boone Heritage Trail, which follows the route taken by Daniel Boone through the area. The town of Mocksville, the county seat, has a charming downtown area with historic buildings and unique shops.

With its small-town feel and proximity to larger metropolitan areas, Davie County is a great place to call home.