lakefront homes for sale: Why Move to the Lake Norman, NC Region? - 07/19/17 05:47 AM
Lake Norman Region is the perfect location and here is why:
 
  Water Fun! 
 
 
 
Beautiful Waterfront Homes.
 
 
 
 
Prestigous Public and Private golfing.
 
 
Day Trips to the Blue Ridge Mountains
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3 1/2 Hr Family Vacation Trips to the Beaches.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pro Sports, Uptown Events
 
 
 
20 Minutes to Charlotte International Airport
 
These are just some of the reasons why the Lake Norman Region is becoming a very popular destination. To view all homes located around Lake Norman visit our website at www.lakeandtown.com
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lakefront homes for sale: New Construction on Lake Norman, NC - 03/12/16 12:40 AM

Lake Norman which is located just 20 minutes from Charlotte is slowly becoming a popular destination for many people throughout the United States.  It has over 520 miles of shoreline and has some of the prettiest real estate in the entire state of North Carolina.  Lake Norman waterfront home prices can range anywhere from the 300’s to over 9 million.
The Lake Norman area offers a mild, four-season climate. Located in the central part of North Carolina, the area is partially protected by the western mountain ranges from cold air. Fall tends to be the area’s driest season, with July tending to be … (0 comments)

lakefront homes for sale: Cornelius, NC Waterfront Homes for Sale - 03/06/16 10:05 PM
 
Cornelius Waterfront Homes for Sale
Subdivisions in Cornelius, NC
Cornelius experienced tremendous growth from 2000 to 2010. In 2000, the U.S. Census Bureau stated the population was 11,969. According to the 2010 decennial census, the population grew to 24,866.
The North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM) estimates that as of July 1, 2013 Cornelius’ population is 27,655. The State Demographics branch of OSBM is responsible for producing population estimates and projections annually, which are used in the distribution of state shared revenues to local governments.
Cornelius is approximately 15 square miles. Lake Norman was created in 1963, by damming the Catawba River. Lake … (1 comments)

lakefront homes for sale: Denver, NC Waterfront Homes - Lake Norman, NC - 02/25/16 07:45 PM
Denver, NC Waterfront Homes for saleDenver, North Carolina is located at the east end of Lincoln County in western North Carolina. It  sits on the west shores of Lake Norman, a very large lake created in 1962 when construction of the Cowans Ford Dam across the Catawba River was completed.
Lake Norman are just a little north of Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina. Denver is a little more than two hours from the Great Smoky Mountains and about five hours from the Carolina beaches to the east.
Denver, North Carolina enjoys an annual average temperature of approximately 58.6°, an average annual … (0 comments)

lakefront homes for sale: Search ALL Lake Norman NC Homes for Sale - 11/22/14 05:38 AM
 
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Lake Norman Waterfront Homes For Sale
Please click the map below to search the entire Lake Norman database of homes for sale.
The Lake Norman Real Estate market is going strong, thanks to buyers from all over the east coast buying Lake Norman properties. Some home buyers like Lake Norman Waterfront Homes or even Condos while others like to live in a single family home in a Golf Community like The Peninsula in Cornelius or The Point in Mooresville.
No matter what kind of property you are looking for, chances are that you will find it on our Lake … (0 comments)

lakefront homes for sale: Lake Norman Waterfront Homes Sales - Oct 2014 - 11/06/14 11:21 PM
Lake Norman Waterfront Homes Sales - Oct 2014
Lake Norman Waterfront Homes Sales for the month of October. 
Lake Norman real estate has entered a period in which some sellers are reducing their list price. This could be for a number of reasons but the Lake Norman housing market typically slows down during the months of November, December and January.
This gives many buyers a tremendous opportunity to buyLake Norman waterfront houses or homes for sale in the the Lake Norman region for big savings. The reductions can be anywhere from over $100,000 to $10,000.
There have been 25 home sales in … (0 comments)

lakefront homes for sale: The Point Homes for Sale - Lake Norman Real Estate - 10/30/14 02:48 AM
The Point Homes for Sale, Mooresville, NC
 
 When you live at The Point, on Lake Norman,  you’re onpermanent vacation. Inspired by Nantucket architecture, The Village and community facilities complement the casual LakeNorman setting. The country club lifestyle, a full-time activities director and The Point’s many amenities offer year-around enjoyment to residents of every age.
Life here revolves around the water. More than 500 families have already made their homes along the 18 miles of shoreline. Most residents enjoy beautiful views of the water from their homes, while many others are nestled along the fairways of the golf course. More than two-thirds of the holes of … (1 comments)

lakefront homes for sale: Waterfront Homes on Lake Norman for under $400k - Lake Noman NC - 02/28/10 10:33 AM
Waterfront Homes for Sale on Lake Norman under $400,000.
Have you ever dreamed about waking up to a early sunrise coming over the Lake horizon or pulling your boat up to a private dock? Well, your dream may just come true.
Waterfront Homes have now become more affordable around Lake Norman, NC. It was once unheard of to think you could get lakefront property for less than $500,000, but the economy has lowered that number considerably.
Nestled on the banks of beautiful Lake Norman are the towns of Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville. These unique towns present a wide array of leisure amenities … (1 comments)

 
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