luxury real estate

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$5.8 million in Cornelius Photos: Canopy Realtor Association

Cornelius home on the market for $5.8 million

Sept. 16. A lakefront house has come on the market for $5.8 million, one of the highest prices so far this year in Cornelius. The home, at 19129 Serenity Point Lane, has more than 10,000 square feet of space on a two-thirds acre waterfront lot. The house was styled after the multimillion-dollar “cottages” in the […]

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Peninsula mansion sells for $6.25 million

June 22. A home on Flying Jib Road in The Peninsula has sold for $6,250,000. The six-bedroom, 9,894-square-foot mansion on Lake Norman across from the Peninsula Yacht Club changed hands last week for a cool $632 per square foot. The home was listed by Lance Carlyle of Cornelius-based Carlyle Properties. The home on Flying Jib […]

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Construction begins on $90 million senior ‘resort’ in Huntersville

June 17. Construction on Symphony Park, a luxury independent living resort for seniors, began Thursday with a groundbreaking ceremony that included Huntersville’s Mayor John Aneralla, local officials, designers BB + M Architecture, and landscape architects and civil engineers Cole, Jenest & Stone. The $90 million resort is set to open in the fall of 2022, […]

$2,410,000 | 18412 Town Harbor Rd., Cornelius

Million-dollar home sales

4/30/21 $2,500,000 Terrence & Kimberly Katon to Matthew David, 19633 Stough Farm Rd. 4/30/21 $2,410,000 Andre & Sherry Blanc to Kyle & Linda Taylor, 18412 Town Harbor Rd. 5/4/21 $3,500,000 Michael & Amy Best to Lawrence Connell, 18810 Halyard Pointe Ln. 5/5/21 $3,050,000 Stuart Ross Revocable Trust to Bradford Leach & Jameela Nikolich, 177226 Green […]

Workers line Marigold Place in the Blume subdivision in Harrisburg, NC.  150 homes have been built since construction began in 2013.  With 297 lots planned multiple homes are under construction with lots selling quickly. Photo by Marty Price

Allen Tate CEO says in-migration will support price appreciation; no bubble forecast

Jan. 5. By Dave Yochum. Pat Riley, president and CEO of Allen Tate Cos., says ongoing in-migration will continue to support home price appreciation in and around Lake Norman and Cabarrus in 2018. “In-migration, on top of a limited supply of homes under $400,000, puts additional pressure on appreciation,” he said. The dean of residential […]

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