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Listings By Price Ranges (Denver, NC/LKN)

Active Listings By Price Ranges

(Denver, NC/LKN)


So you’re interested in relocating to Denver, NC; also known as a part of the popular Lake Norman area and a “hot spot” that has seen a lot of rapid growth in the past ten years. New neighborhoods that have popped up all over the place i.e.: SailView, Webbs Chapel Cove, Ashley Cove, Eastwind Cove, Norman Pointe, and Verdict Ridge… to name a few.

Wondering about the list prices of the area….wonder no more! Because I have that information for you. As of March 12, 2009 there are 380 single family homes listed on Carolina MLS. The highest price is $3,899,000 and the lowest price is $59,900. The graph below shows how many houses are listed within various price ranges.

Active Listings by Price Range Denver 

About the author:

Teresa Harris is a Lake Norman Residential Real Estate Broker who can assist you with the purchase and/or sale of real estate in Lake Norman and surrounding counties. Please visit for your relocation and/or your local needs. The information in this post is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed.

Teresa Harris - Holbrooks Real Estate, Inc. - 704-458-1807 -

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Comment balloon 5 commentsTeresa Harris • March 12 2009 10:04PM


Hey, great post. Thanks for the information about your area.

Posted by Brian Belcher, Charlotte Realtor (RE/MAX Executive) over 10 years ago

Great information for consumers looking to buy or sell a house in your area.

Posted by Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel (RE/MAX Centre Realtors) over 10 years ago

Brian: Thanks for coming by neighbor!!

Posted by Teresa Harris, Denver . Lake Norman . Charlotte (Lake Real Estate, LLC) over 10 years ago

Gita: I hope so!! Thank you!

Posted by Teresa Harris, Denver . Lake Norman . Charlotte (Lake Real Estate, LLC) over 10 years ago

Our daughter and son-in-law moved from Calif to Waterside Crossing about 2 years ago. We visited and loved it! So much so we purchased a lot in Ashley Cove. Unfortunately the economy put our 5 year plan out to 10 yr and sadly I see we purchased at the top of the market. I hope over the coming years the property values in Denver will rebound. We visit every few months and it is freightening to see so many lots and homes for sale. Are there any plans to extend the new 16? Or further improvements on the West side? I fear that if we ever need to sell the lot we will take a beating. What are your thoughts. Thanks

Posted by Celeste Clausen over 9 years ago