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Sisters Cove Homes for Sale on Lake Norman, NC in Mooresville(click on the link to view all current Listings) has the longest coastline of undeveloped land on Lake Norman Real Estate. That makes it a special opportunity for a special community and to learn from the missteps of earlier developments. On the water, we are the destination rather than a coastline that people cruise past. So it’s uniquely quiet in Sisters Cove.
Sisters Cove Homes is a small lakeside village that has, at its heart, a simplicity and beauty. Our village encircles a quiet cove, a finger of water, on three sides. The cove is our village common and residents share it as if it were a Savannah garden square or an English park. Our architecture is hand-tailored to our topography and homes are jewel boxes of fine design. Homes complement each other with harmony and grace–from the water and from the land. Open floor plans and generous outdoor spaces bring the lake indoors. Community amenities reflect a desire for natural connection with friendly neighbors and nature. (From SistersCoveLakeNorman.com)
Mountain Island Lake Homes for Sale(click on the link to view all current listings) is a lake northwest of Charlotte, NC Real Estate created in 1924 to coincide with the building of Mountain Island Hydroelectric Station. It is named after the mountain which appears as an island in the lake, and the surrounding area is identified by the lake’s name. The shape of the lake follows the meander of the Catawba river’s course, dammed near the Mount Holly Wastewater Plant. Full pond elevation is approximately 647.5 feet. The lake has around 3,281 acres of surface area and 61 miles (98 km) of shoreline. North Carolina’s hidden treasure.
Mountain Island Lake Homes and its Real Estate is fed by the Catawba River, and is the smallest of the three man-made lakes that border Mecklenburg County, North Carolina (Lake Norman, and Lake Wylie). Mountain Island Lake is managed by Charlotte-based company Duke Energy. The primary function of Mountain Island Lake Homes real estate is to provide drinking water for over 800,000 residents of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, as well as Mount Holly and Gastonia, Gaston County.
The lake living is also accessible to the public for boating and fishing use. There are two boating access areas on the lake and a tailrace fishing platform for bank fishing in cooperation with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. There are many stories of the lake having monsters. Some myths say the ‘fish’ could capsize a whole boat. – Information provided by Wikepedia – Mountain Island Lake
Lincolnton, NC Homes Real Estate for Sale(click link to view all homes for Sale) are part of a small city in Lincoln County, North Carolina, United States, within the Charlotte metropolitan area. The population was 10,683 at the 2010 census. Lincolnton is northwest of Charlotte, on the South Fork of the Catawba River, and near the junction of State Highway 27 and U.S. Route 321. It is the county seat of Lincoln County. – For other information please also visit Wikipedia – Lincolnton, NC
Lincolnton, NC Homes are located on the quiet side of Charlotte, NC and is a delightful surprise to visitors. Our distinguished downtown, engaging history and quality accommodations will leave you wondering why it took so long to find us.
With a population just over 10,000, Lincolnton, NC Homes and real estate has maintained its small town charm while providing big city opportunities as well as being a central part to Lincoln County, NC Real Estate for Sale.
Ask a dozen residents what makes Lincolnton so special and you’ll get a dozen different answers. One will describe an atmosphere and way of life you thought had disappeared. Another will smile at the opportunity to talk about the way residents treat each other and newcomers and visitors like family. A third will delight in describing our stately courthouse and classic downtown. But all will agree that our location-with hiking and horseback riding in the nearby South Mountains, sailing and fishing on Lake Norman, North Carolina’s largest lake, and our close proximity to Charlotte, North Carolina’s largest city-makes us North Carolina’s Best Kept Secret.