100 Norman Place: A quaint lakeside community in Cornelius
A beautiful home in 100 Norman Place puts you right in the center of the Lake Norman action in Cornelius and is perfectly located near the area’s best shopping, dining and outdoor recreation destinations.
The neighborhood, which is divided into three separate enclaves of homes, is located near Sam Furr Road (Highway 73) and West Catawba Avenue to the west of Birkdale Village. From the water, the neighborhood is situated along the bottom of the Lake Norman’s East Channel.
Interstate access is 2.5 miles from 100 Norman Place, making a commute to Davidson College (15 min.), Uptown Charlotte (30 min.) or Mooresville (25 min.) a breeze.
All your daily errands and shopping can be done right outside 100 Norman Place at Regency Village. For a day of shopping, dining and other options, Northcross Shopping Center and Birkdale Village are a few minutes away along Sam Furr Road.
Jetton and Ramsey Creek parks are about 3 miles from 100 Norman Place. Ramsey Creek offers a swimming beach as well as a dog park. Public Birkdale golf course is just around the corner from 100 Norman Place. There are also a 4 other courses within 20 minutes of 100 Norman Place.
Amenities within the neighborhood include a tennis court, walking trails, a pool and community deeded boat slips. The monthly HOA fee includes lawn care.
Homes in 100 Norman Place, which was built in the late 1980s to early 1990s, range in size from approximately 2,000 square feet to larger than 4,000 square feet. Lot sizes are from two-tenths to more than half an acre in size. Homes are primarily brick or partial brick. The neighborhood is spread out over 3 separate enclaves located along the same peninsula.
Five homes sold in the waterfront community during the last 12 months. The average sales price was $550,760 and more than $166 per square foot.
There are currently 3 homes listed for sale in 100 Norman Place. List prices range from $500,000 to $775,000.
Children living in 100 Norman Place currently attend JV Washam Elementary, Bailey Middle and William Amos Hough High schools.