Lake Norman Real Estate

 

After a beautiful day on Lake Norman

Lake Norman Real Estate…a great place to settle down!  4 counties, 34 miles from the southern tip to the most northern, 520 miles of gorgeous shoreline make up North Carolina’s largest manmade lake.  Duke Power created Lake Norman in 1963 by damming the Catawba River thus creating recreational activities and a source of hydroelectric power.   With the creation of the lake came the introduction of many shoreline miles of Lake Norman real estate.  Located just 20 miles north of Charlotte makes the commute easy and vacation life something you can have year round!  If this is the life you are looking for than Lake Norman real estate is the best investment you can make!  Many people think Lake Norman is a town in and of itself.  But Lake Norman doesn’t have it’s own zip code.  Locals refer to the entire area around it as “Lake Norman” .  Majority of people commute to Charlotte from the towns of Huntersville, Cornelius, Mooresville and Denver.  These towns offer some fabulous neighborhoods with great amenities to enjoy for the whole family.

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The towns of North Meck…..

Huntersville, NC
Located 15 miles north  of Charlotte the Town of Huntersville is the southern most town that hosts Lake Norman real estate.  With a population of nearly 48,000 it is one of the three towns known as North Meck.  It boasts some great shopping at Birkdale Village as well family activities at Discovery Place Kids  and Carolina Raptor Center.  The Town of Huntersville also hosts some historical sites as Latta Plantation and  Historical Rural Farm.  For the active person there is the Huntersville Aquatic Center and golf at Birkdale and Northstone and Skybrook.  As well as the many parks the Town of Huntersville runs.

The average home price in 2012 in Huntersville is $247,000.  For Lake Norman real estate with scenic views ranged from $475,000 to $1,300,000 with an average of $863,000.  It’s boasts waterfront communities such as Lookout Point, Lake Norman, Blythe Pointe, The Cape and Tranquil Cove.  Huntersville also hosts many non waterfront communities for those who wish to be close to Charlotte and still live close to Lake Norman.  Such neighborhoods as Cedarfield, Wynfield, Melbourne, Birkdale, The Hamptons, Northstone and so many more.  Many residents dock their boats at one of the many nearby marinas and enjoy their weekends with water sports on Lake Norman.

 

Cornelius, NC
Located just north of Huntersville with a population just over 25,000, it is also one of the three towns in “North Meck“.  Cornelius boasts a wide variety of housing opportunities just like Huntersville and much more Lake Norman real estate.  Compared to its southern neighbor Cornelius is home to many more lakefront property including single family and condominiums.  The average sale price in 2012 is $432,000 while Lake Norman real estate ranged from $300,000 to $4,550,000.  20% of the homes sold in 2012 sold under $600,000.  Some of the neighborhoods that sit on the scenic lake are The Peninsula, Patricks Purchase, Island Forest, Norman Shores, Sawyers Landing, Crown Harbor and Shearwater Point just to name a few.

 

Davidson, NC
While The Town of Davidson hosts the least amount of waterfront property it’s proximity to Lake Norman real estate and it’s quaint small town feel make Davidson another popular choice in the North Meck area.  With a population of just over 11,000 Davidson is also home to Davidson College, a private liberal arts college.  Davidson’s average home price in 2012 has been $348,000 with a high price of $807,500.

Davidson has a waterfront restaurant, North Harbor Club where you can sit and enjoy eating outside by the water.