Welcome Home! Large 4 bedroom home on .57 acre lot in Lake Access community of Wyndham Shores. Inviting kitchen with tile back splash, 18" tile floors & stainless steel appliances opens to the breakfast room & sun room. Master suite with garden tub, separate shower, dual vanities and walk-in-closet. Living room has wood floors, fireplace and built-ins. Enjoy your morning coffee on the screened porch! Large deck, perfect for entertaining, overlooks fenced yard, fruit trees & garden. Two community pools, kiddie pool & boat ramp. Walk to Lake Norman Elementary.
Waterfront brick ranch with basement, private boat ramp, large 2 story dock with sun deck & electric. 620sqft sun room & large deck overlooking Lake Norman. Master on main features sitting area/office, his & her closets & bay window with nice lake views. Second living area with kitchen in basement. Wide cove just off the main channel & close to waterfront dining & marinas. Short walk to Torrence Chapel Park: playground, tennis, walking trails, baseball field, basketball. Easy commute to Uptown.
Beautiful Lake Norman is a haven for golfers, boaters, professionals, vacationers, families and retirees who savor the relaxed resort atmosphere. With 520 miles of shoreline and 32,510 surface acres of water, Lake Norman is thriving with lake-lifestyle amenities. Water sports, lakefront parks, NASCAR attractions, historical sites, fine dining and upscale shopping are just a few activities found at North Carolina’s inland sea. Nestled on the shores of Lake Norman, the towns of Mooresville, Cornelius, Davidson, Denver, Sherrills Ford, Terrell, and Huntersville each have characteristics and diversity that appeal to all types of visitors and residents. Carefully planned growth and development helps preserve the small town charm, community values, and distinctive qualities that make the towns unique. Come experience the picturesque sunsets and exquisite landscapes that make Lake Norman an exceptional place to both visit and live. Lake Norman was created in 1963 by Duke Energy (formerly Duke Power Company) and is named after former Duke Power President Norman Cocke. The lake serves the area in many ways, including flood control, electricity, water, waterfowl preservation, and by providing a terrific source of recreation. Duke Energy has three power plants on Lake Norman: Cowans Ford Hydroelectric Station, Marshall Steam Plant, and McGuire Nuclear Station.
Great location by car or boat. 104' on quiet peaceful cove. Recent updates include hickory hw floors, beadboard, kitchen, vanities in all baths, neutral paint, metal fence with gates to lakeside steps and deeded boatslip w/ lift (just outside the gate). Great open and bright floor plan with views from nearly all rooms. Pool/tennis community. Boat ramp plus boat storage (extra fee for storage). Lake Norman schools!