Huntersville, NC's lakefront properties that are currently listed in the Lake Norman MLS

Huntersville Waterfront Homes For Sale

Huntersville is a large suburban town in Mecklenburg County, North CarolinaUnited States. A part of the Charlotte metropolitan area, the population was 46,773 at the 2010 census, and had increased to 52,704 according to the 2015 census annual estimate, making Huntersville the 17th largest municipality in North Carolina. It is located about 12 miles north of uptown Charlotte



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13621 Hagers Ferry Road
$979,000   Under Contract - Show

Spectacular Lake Norman Views! Charming Modern Farmhouse newly-built in 2014 by ES Johnson Builders nestled on private 1.49 acre corner lot. Big water views from most rooms overlooking large grassy yards encompassing the property. Generous windows throughout flood living areas with natural light while tall ceilings & neutral palettes create a spacious, open feel. Highlights include wood beam ceiling, shiplap, paneled walls, rich wood floors, surround sound, designer lighting. Gourmet kitchen showcases professional appliances, chef’s island, custom cabinetry, pantry, marble backsplash, pot filler, and double ovens. Broad, long views from the generous master-suite w/huge walk-in closet, spa bath w/soaking tub & oversized glass shower. Upstairs offers 2 en suite BRs, bonus/BR, laundry room. Plenty of room for a pool! No HOA, No restrictions! Easy freeway access, conveniently located near Southlake Academy, Blythe Landing & Birkdale Village. Recently Appraised for $1,000,000.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3554956
Price: $979,000
Square Footage: 3601
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4.1
Acreage: 1.49
Year Built: 2014
Type: Single Family Residence
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Listing courtesy of: Ivester Jackson Properties

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