New Construction Homes for Sale 

New Construction homes for sale

Lake Norman which is located just 20 minutes from Charlotte is slowly becoming a popular destination for many people throughout the United States.  It has over 520 miles of shoreline and has some of the prettiest real estate in the entire state of North Carolina.  Lake Norman waterfront home prices can range anywhere from the 300’s to over 9 million.

The Lake Norman area offers a mild, four-season climate. Located in the central part of North Carolina, the area is partially protected by the western mountain ranges from cold air. Fall tends to be the area’s driest season, with July tending to be the wettest month. Average temperatures range from the high 30s to mid 50s in the winter and high 80’s and mid 90’s in the summer. While many people continue to search for the perfect lakefront home time could be running out.

These home prices will not be around for much longer. With only 4-6 months of inventory homes remaining around Lake Norman home sellers are starting to smile again.

Lake Norman Waterfront Homes for Sale – New Construction

New Construction Lake Norman, NC

16409 Belle Isle Drive
$2,995,000   Active
Subdivision: None

Come build your dream home or make this proposed build into your style! Breathtaking long range sunset views with so many possibilities to build on this property. Fantastic location! Main channel Lake Norman waterfront lot on highly sought after Belle Isle Drive. Shoreline of over 188 feet on over half an acre. Plus, all the benefits of living on the Jetton peninsula without HOA dues. Property features an older floating dock as well as a retaining wall. Can have individual or private pier.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3543157
Price: $2,995,000
Square Footage: 8332
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 6.2
Acreage: 0.69
Year Built: 2019
Type: 2 Story/Basement
Listing courtesy of: Ivester Jackson Properties

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