Those things, such as hospitals, restaurants and attractions, have blossomed since the lake was built from 1959 to 1963.
So have the prices of homes.
The contrast between the Lake Norman of old and the modern lake is very noticeable, said Travis Dancy, sales director
for Visit Lake Norman, noting the evolution of increased access.
“Over the years, more and more mediums of accessing the lake have come available with the infusion of boat and jet ski rentals, private charter boat services, waterfront restaurants, kayak rentals and paddle boarding,” Dancy said.
Lake Norman, as a fishery, has also evolved, Dancy added.
“For a lake that used to be termed the Dead Sea in the 1980s, (it) now hosts several regional and national bass fishing tournaments a year and has served as an economic engine in attracting anglers from all over the world.”
Premier waterfront location in The Point Village. This classic Georgian Revival home is located on prime 1.71 acre combined lots, two docks, 422’ of shoreline. Steps to The Point amenities. This 3 level, estate home offers luxurious living and endless entertaining possibilities. Main level includes 2 story great room with spectacular water views, library with stone fireplace and beamed ceiling, gourmet kitchen with state of the art appliances, expansive stone terrace, screened porch overlooking the pool, primary suite boasts an enviable closet. Upstairs, enjoy 3 large, ensuite bedrooms, bonus room, craft/homework room. Lower level has more entertaining space; kitchen, rec room, exercise/yoga studio, theatre room, office, bedroom suite, sauna, full bath off pool. Outdoor paradise with heated, salt water, pebble tec pool with spa and waterfall, custom firepit and outdoor kitchen. Laundry on all three levels, true 3 car garage, 5 brand new HVAC systems and furnace, new roof in 2020.
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