Hickory's New 55+ Active Adult Community
Welcome to Sweetwater Village, located in the beautiful town of Hickory in Catawba County, North Carolina. Hickory is an ideal home for active adults seeking a well-rounded community, located between Charlotte and Asheville at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
With outdoor amenities and recreational opportunities all around, this is an ideal spot for those who crave an active life in the Carolina fresh air. Sweetwater Village offers the ideal low-maintenance lifestyle that people are seeking...no more mowing the grass!
About Our Homes
Sweetwater Village townhomes are designed with appealing craftsman details. Our list of standard features set our single story homes apart from similar communities.
9' Ceilings Throughout
Sunken Tile Master Shower
Covered Back Porch
Custom "Soft Close" Cabinets
Granite Kitchen Counter Tops
Kitchen Under Cabinet LED Lighting
Fans in All Bedrooms
Tankless On-Demand Gas Hot Water Heater
The list goes on! Don't forget our extremely low HOA dues of $150 per month.
The first phase of Sweetwater Village includes 50 townhomes priced in the low $200,000s. 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans are available. Both floor plans include covered back porches and 2 car carports. Construction is underway on our first 10 homes so contact us today for information.
Our Ideal Location
Sweetwater Village is ideally located between Highway 70 and Interstate 40, which provides easy access to all that this area has to offer. Sweetwater Village is tucked into acres of wooded privacy, yet is just minutes from grocery stores, home improvement stores, dozens of restaurants and shopping centers and two hospitals.
Downtown with its cultural center and museums is less than 5 miles away. In addition to the arts, you will find farm to table cuisine, craft beer scene, local boutiques for shopping and professional offices for all your business needs. Don't miss the new City Walk, which offers 9 miles of walking paths that will connect downtown to Lenior Rhyne University, the minor league ballpark, which hosts the Hickory Crawdads baseball team, and beautiful Lake Hickory.
Kiplinger names Hickory “Top 10 Place to Retire” recognizing exceptional affordability, dinning, arts, education, health care, recreation, climate and nearby places to visit. With a population of approximately 40,000, Hickory is large enough to offer any amenity you desire, but maintain its small town southern charm.