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    Carowinds Amusement Park – Charlotte NC

    By Craig LePage | August 24, 2016

    If you live in the Charlotte/Lake Norman area and you haven’t been to Carowinds, you’re doing it wrong. Carowinds is one of North Carolina’s most popular amusement parks and is located just off Tryon Street in Charlotte, less than an hour drive from the Lake Norman area. Carowinds is open seasonally from March until October, and... Read More

    Uptown Charlotte

    By Craig LePage | August 11, 2016

    Charlotte, also referred to as “The Queen City”, is home to so many nationally recognized restaurants, hotels, bars and clubs…and each one provides a unique experience! Weather you’re just visiting or if you’re a resident of the area, you’ll have a long list of options for things to do during your time in Uptown. It... Read More

    Crowders Mountain: The Adventurer’s Dream

    By Craig LePage | August 9, 2015

    North Carolina is known for many things; it’s main attractions being the ever-growing city of Charlotte, the relocation destination Lake Norman, and the vacation-worthy surrounding destinations like Asheville, the Outer Banks beach, and Charleston, South Carolina (about a 3.5 hour drive from the Charlotte/Lake Norman area). Many people don’t know that North Carolina is also... Read More

    An Introduction To Lake Norman

    By Craig LePage | January 10, 2015

    Lake Norman is known for its near perfect qualities of location, good weather, supporting economy, nearby major city and of course it’s close 1 hour proximity to the mountains and 3 hour proximity to the ocean. Beyond Lake Norman’s external qualities, the lake has endless qualities itself. Crowned as the Carolina’s largest deep water lake,... Read More

    About Lake Norman | North Carolina

    By Craig LePage | December 26, 2014

    Lake Norman is the largest man-made, deep-water lake in the Carolinas. It offers over 520 miles of stunning shoreline, is over 30 miles long and a mile wide at its largest point, which makes its nickname, “The Inland Sea” quite fitting.  In the early 1960’s Duke Energy damned the Catawba River to create energy for... Read More

    THE YEAR WAS 1955

    By Craig LePage | February 19, 2014

    How the world has changed… Written by Craig LePage This blog post has nothing to do with Real Estate, nothing to do with Charlotte, North Carolina and nothing to do with Lake Norman. Although we usually write about Real Estate or Homes for Sale in the Charlotte or Lake Norman area, this blog post is... Read More

    Equestrian Properties in Charlotte/Lake Norman Area

    By Craig LePage | February 13, 2014

    Equestrian Properties and Charlotte, North CarolinaWe all know there are different types of horse lovers and with that comes different needs when it comes to buying an equestrian property. The community links below are to neighborhoods and areas that are known to have equestrian facilities. Many popular areas are Matthews, Mint Hill, Union County (Weddington,... Read More

    Why Choose a Waterfront?

    By Craig LePage | August 28, 0216

    Waterfront homes at Lake Norman are quite the site to see. With so many luxury home builders in the Charlotte/Lake Norman area, the options are endless for those looking to start from scratch and build their dream home with a custom builder, or find the perfect home in a well-established or new construction neighborhood. Lake... Read More