Lake Norman was created by Duke Energy in 1963 when it dammed the Catawba River and built the massive Cowan’s Ford Dam at the border between Mecklenburg and Lincoln Counties along NC Highway 73 in Huntersville, NC.
Lake Norman is the largest man-made lake in North Carolina. It is also known as the “inland sea” as it boats 520 miles of shoreline and a surface area of more than 32,475 acres, making it almost as large as the other ten lakes on the Catawba River combined. It was named after former Duke Power president Norman Cocke.
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New Construction - To be built by Award Winning Plattner Custom Builder Homes. Home Features: Spectacular Lake Norman Wide Water Views of Peninsula Neighborhood. This 4BR 4.5BA Home has 6,506', 10' ceilings throughout the main floor, Master Suite on Main Floor w/Master bath & Walk-in Closet, 376' Veranda to enjoy the Lake, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Walk-in Pantry, Mud Room, Powder Room, Foyer, 3 Car Garage and Study. 2nd-floor features: Spacious Family Room, Laundry, Study, 3BR, 3BA, Walk-in Closets, 9' Ceilings, 112' Balcony, Rec Room/Fitness Room, and Large Storage Area. The architect is David O'Bryan of Labella. Pool Included.
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