Denver Waterfront Homes for sale

Denver, North Carolina is located at the east end of Lincoln County in western North Carolina. It  sits on the west shores of Lake Norman, a very large lake created in 1962 when construction of the Cowans Ford Dam across the Catawba River was completed.

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4843 Trestle Lane
$685,000   Under Contract - Show
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Extraordinary Waterfront lot w/ BIG views, Deep water & a gorgeous beach area! Dock was modified and permitted in 2004 and features two individual slips. The large doublewide home is in good condition and would make an ideal primary residence of vacation home. It features a spacious great room and a family room with stone fireplace. The large primary bedroom has an attached sitting room/office and the primary bath offers a garden tub and separate shower. Spacious secondary bedrooms and an additional office. Large back porch with serene views of the big back yard & lake, with large storage space underneath. Steps & walkway to the sandy beach area & rip rap shoreline in place. Located in the fastest growing area on Lake Norman, this would be a great spot for your future Lake Norman Dream Home!

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3882167
Price: $685,000
Square Footage: 2050
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.1
Acreage: 0.92
Year Built: 1999
Type: Single Family Residence
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Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX Executive - lknpros@gmail.com

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