What style home are you looking for? Well, Lake Norman offers many different styles that can fit your budget. Here are just a few:
Referring specifically to architect-designed homes built from about 1950 to 1970, the term "contemporary" has come to describe a wide range of houses built in recent decades that concentrate on simple forms and geometric lines.
Cape Cod Homes
With roots dating back to 1675, Cape Cod was a popular style for homes built in the 1930s. Typically one story (sometimes 1-1/2 stories) the Cape Cod-style features a steep roofline, wood siding, multi-pane windows, and hardwood floors. Original Cape Cod-style homes were fairly small, and they often boast dormer windows for added space, light, and ventilation.
Log Cabins Homes
Log cabins delight the eye with distinctive architectural focal points such as tapered logs or an unusual roofline. These unique character components are added or modified during the design phase of the cabin. Singular elements ensure owners that their cabin is unlike any other.