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    Lake Norman, North Carolina | Homes for Sale Cornelius, Huntersville, Mooresville, Denver, Sherrills Ford, Catawba, Troutman, Terrell and Statesville

    Lake Norman was created in 1963 by Duke Energy and is 34 miles long with 520 miles of shoreline.  Over the past 15 years, the area has experienced tremendous growth and continues to be a popular destination for relocation.  Whether you’re looking for a small condo on the water or a luxurious waterfront estate, there is a piece of real estate for you.  For a getaway weekend, South Carolina and North Carolina beaches are under four hours away and a short two hour drive will take you to the mountains.  Feeling like you’re on vacation every day makes your daily life a little easier – that’s why residents of this lake town love the lifestyle, and most are not planning on giving that up any time soon! Weather you’re home is right on the lake or just a few miles away, you will love living here. There are homes for sale in Lake Norman to satisfy every price point.  Below you will find information about the surrounding Lake Norman towns and popular communities within them.  Lake Norman is only 20 minute from uptown Charlotte and is a place many people are happy to call home.

    Cornelius NC smCornelius, North Carolina might be one of the smallest towns on Lake Norman but it has a very large amount of prime waterfront land which boasts some of the entire Charlotte areas finest luxury homes. Cornelius’ close proximity to uptown Charlotte also makes it a favorite town among commuters. Convenient to shopping at nearby hot-spots like Birkdale Village and a short highway drive to Northlake Mall also makes Cornelius a standout among other Lake Norman towns.



    Mooresville NC smMooresville, North Carolina sits on the east side of Lake Norman and is considered the largest of the popular towns on the shores of Lake Norman. Mooresville is split by highway I-77 and each side of Mooresville offers a different lifestyle of living. The east side of Mooresville is a bit more rural and offers a numbers of eclectic areas while the west side revolves more around the lake. Low Iredell county taxes across Mooresville make this town a highly sought-after place for home-buyers and families.



    Davidson NC smDavidson, North Carolina sits above Cornelius and below Mooresville and very much has its own identity. Known for its small town charm and nationally recognized Davidson College, this town is loved by many. It offers rolling hills in the east and planned communities as you get closer to main street. Downtown Davidson is lined with unique shops and boutiques, as well as some of Lake Norman’s best dining spots. Davidson like other area towns is of high interest to people looking to relocate to the Charlotte/Lake Norman area.



    Huntersville 03Huntersville, North Carolina is one of the largest of the towns around Lake Norman but it possibly has the least amount of waterfront property along with the neighboring town of Stanley.  Huntersville is so large it spans from Lake Norman all the way south to Charlotte and east to Concord.  With so much land to offer, Huntersville is bursting with an abundance of shopping and entertainment, along with endless real estate options. Centrally located between uptown Charlotte and Lake Norman makes Huntersville a simple front runner for people moving to the Charlotte area.



    Denver NC smDenver, North Carolina is known as the fastest growing town on Lake Norman and is located on the west side of the lake. With heavy development on the east side of the lake over the years in places like Cornelius and Mooresville, developers have had their eyes on Denver due to its easy access into uptown Charlotte via highway 16. Currently there is plenty of new development popping up in Denver including a number of mixed use communities.



    Sherrills Ford NC 2smIn the past Sherrills Ford was considered a far far away place but with the recent construction of highway 16 and new planned communities like the Village of Sherrils Ford it is quickly becoming a place that people can get in on the ground floor and ride future equity to the top in the coming years. There is plenty of land in this town that will be a developer dream in the coming years. Located on the northwest side of Lake Norman.



    Troutman 03Trouman is a small town north of popular Mooresville.  Many residents of Troutman chose this town for its small town feel and the ability to get more home for your money while still being close enough to the conveniences of Mooresville.  Troutman is also known for its beautiful Lake Norman shoreline.  Troutman is quickly becoming a great alternative to Mooresville.



    Terrell NC 2smTerrell could be considered the “hidden gem” of Catawba County. As a small town with historic roots nestled between Mooresville and Sherrills Ford, Terrell will be a popular place to live in the coming years as it offers lakefront living with the feel of being more private than larger towns like Mooresville. However being just across the 150 bridge, it is still convenient to both Mooresville and the new and very large Villages of Sherrills Ford mixed use community. Terrell offers beautiful Lake Norman waterfront properties and is a great community to live in.



    Catawba NC 2smCatawba, North Carolina offers a very small town feel but offers plenty of land for future development.  Highway 16 now connects Catawba to uptown Charlotte opening the opportunity for future growth and opportunity.  Waterfront property in Catawba is still considered Lake Norman but also has the look of the Catawba River.  Many people living in Catawba work in Hickory but now more people are moving there due to the convenient commute to uptown Charlotte.


    Statesville NC 2smStatesville, North Carolina sits on the northeast side of Lake Norman and conveniently located between uptown Charlotte, the city of Hickory and the city of Winston Salem. Downtown Statesville has gotten a beautiful makeover in recent years with stunning wide brick sidewalks, community benches and several green areas. Lake Norman also offer plenty of beautiful Statesville shoreline and peaceful settings for waterfront living.


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