HUGE price adjustment and just in time for boating season--live the best of the lake life with your DEEDED BOAT SLIP in the popular North Shore subdivision. Situated on one of the largest lots (1.27 ACRES), you’ll enjoy the walkout FINISHED BASEMENT to your landscaped backyard that could easily accommodate an inground pool. Inside your all-brick ranch home, you’ll fall in love with the well-maintained hardwood floors shining from the natural light and high ceilings. And, with four access points to the screened porch, you’ll enjoy views of the wooded backyard from the main living area, master bedroom and kitchen--making you feel as if you're in the mountains! Community pool and deeded boat slip (#50) nearby. Seller is the original owner and will offer a Home Warranty at closing. Come check out this dream home and start living the lake life today!
Welcome to the North Shore (I & II) and Pine Isle subdivisions in Mooresville, North Carolina! Conveniently located just off of Brawley School and Isle of Pines Road, you are just minutes from everything "Race City USA" has to offer! Additionally, this location provides for easy access to I-77 and Highway 150--perfect for those commuting to Lowe's Headquarters or Ingersoll-Rand, the top two employers of Iredell county.
These adjacent neighborhoods may be separate on paper, but nearly identical in every other way. Seriously, if you’re just driving through, you may have no idea where one ends and the other begins! And while they have separate HOA’s and amenities, they blend together so well it really feels as if they are one.
For example, both are located along the Lake Norman shoreline and feature plenty of beautifully wooded lots, gently sloping lots, wide streets, community club houses, swimming pools, recreational areas, and boat slips! It’s quite common to see residents of both communities running, walking their dogs, and enjoying everything these neighborhoods have to offer.
The homes range in size from around 2,000 to 5,000 square feet and in price from the mid $350's to over a million dollars for lakefront homes. Most of the homes are two-stories, but there are a few one story ranches scattered throughout both subdivisions.