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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7679 Rabbit Circle
$999,900   Under Contract - No Show

The pictures do not do this property justice. All I can say is "Water Frontage for DAYS"! There are very few lots where you can actually see the sun rise as well as watch it set. Miles of main channel water views await the lucky buyer of this stunning "NO HOA" waterfront cottage. If the 400 +/- water frontage is not enough, you can buy the lot next door as well and push it to North of 600 ft! Got Dock? This one was built within the last few years and it is amazing. Let's not forget the loaded question that is almost always asked; can the lot accommodate a pool? YES IT CAN! And the even better news is that this lot has the 30' setback which will allow the pool you build to feel like it's part of the lake. Honestly, for those seeking out a special property, your search can stop here.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3767289
Price: $999,900
Square Footage: 1905
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Acreage: 0.89
Year Built: 1965
Type: Single Family Residence
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Listing courtesy of: Southern Homes of the Carolinas

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