Lake Norman and the greater Charlotte area don’t have just one major New Years’ celebration or event, instead we have myriad ways to celebrate on New Year’s Eve 2018 and New Year’s Day 2019. Our public celebrations are, for the most part, found at local restaurants and entertainment venues spread throughout Lake Norman and Charlotte. From cruises on our beautiful Lake Norman to elegant 5-course dinners to rockin’ oldies bands, there truly is something for everyone.
Our Lake Norman communities offer an amazing array of festivities and celebrations during the holidays. From small town parades to Christmas bazaars, old fashioned horse-drawn carriages, hot apple cider, carolers, Santa and even a sailboat parade, you will find myriad ways to celebrate your holidays. It is amazing how Santa gets around Lake Norman!
Here are some of the biggest to get you started:
Every year at this time the Lake Norman area comes alive with pumpkin patches, corn mazes, Halloween festivities for all ages and homes decorated to welcome all of our young trick -or -treaters. Many of our subdivisions and communities around Lake Norman have their own neighborhood events that are really popular and are a great way to get to know your neighbors. But here are some more options from kid-friendly to oh-so scary:
7 unique and very different towns share the shoreline neighborhoods of Lake Norman. Some, like Davidson and Huntersville, only have a tiny portion of the lake while others, most notably Mooresville, enjoy a huge percentage of the waterfront homes and land. The one thing they all have in common is that their waterfront homes and neighborhoods closest to Lake Norman make up only a portion of their overall housing. In many cases they span pretty far out into the farmlands and/or towards Charlotte.
While I focus almost exclusively on the Lake Norman real estate market on this blog, I thought it might be interesting to take a look at the sales of the single family homes for the past 6 months for each of the 7 towns in their entirety: Continue reading