4637 Hawkes Bay Court Denver, NC 28037
Rare Lake Norman gem in the highly sought after Sailview neighborhood. This Simonini custom four-level home boasts its own private sandy beach, pier, covered floating dock with boat lift, Brazilian hdwd deck with screened-in gazebo and fireplace. Year-round deep-water access. Precise attention to detail during 2019 remodel.Features double-ovens, wine fridge, ice machine, hickory hardwoods main level. Kitchen is open to family room and flooded with natural light. The dining rm has high ceilings and oversized windows. Main level has additional bedroom with bath and a formal living rm. The luxurious primary suite is an oasis with spa like bath and large custom closet. The second level also has second primary bedroom, two additional bedrooms with dual access bathroom and a flex space. Flex space has hidden staircase to the third level which features a 422 sq ft private office. Bsmnt has addt'l bedroom, recreation room, bonus room, laundry room and ample storage. Driveway replaced in 2020.
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Denver is a quiet unincorporated community on the west shore of Lake Norman boasting lakefront properties, a small-town feel, and plenty of green space. Residents take advantage of convenient access to an endless supply of recreational opportunities, and the amenities and attractions in nearby Charlotte.
Denver real estate includes an array of options, including stunning lakefront properties, golf course homes tucked in a grove of trees, and new construction homes in a subdivision. Trilogy Lake Norman is a new home community situated on over 600 acres of lush forest and meadows for those 55 and over. Other subdivisions in Denver include Governors Island, Verdict Ridge, Westport, Sailview, and more. Homes in Denver are relatively more affordable than the lakefront homes on Lake Norman’s eastern shore.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Formerly known as Dry Pond, Denver is a census-designated place and unincorporated community with just over 2,000 residents. Situated on the western shore of Lake Norman on the Catawba River, Denver is a laid-back and relaxed community boasting convenient access to Charlotte and other nearby cities. Denver is located approximately 25 miles north of Uptown Charlotte, which may be accessed via the four-lane NC Route 16. This relaxed and family-oriented community is less populated than the east side of Lake Norman, but the area is experiencing steady growth for those pursuing lakefront living with a lower price tag.
Denver hosts a number of festivals and events each year, including the Strawberry Festival, Denver Days, Camp Meeting at the historic Rock Springs Campground, and a Christmas Parade. Additionally, the community hosts a farmers’ market each spring and summer. With more than 500 miles of shoreline, Lake Norman provides plenty of opportunities for recreation, including fishing, boating, swimming, and other water sports. Beatty’s Ford Park is a picturesque park along the water with a picnic shelter, a disc golf course, a walking trail, a volleyball court, horseshoe pits, a splash park, playgrounds, and an amphitheater. Westport Golf Club is a public 18-hole course in Denver with tree-lined fairways, a practice area, and a pro shop.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Denver is served by Lincoln County Schools, which has several elementary, middle, and high schools located in the community. Schools in Denver include Catawba Springs Elementary School, Rock Springs Elementary School, St. James Elementary School, North Lincoln Middle School, and East Lincoln High School, in addition to Lincoln Charter School. Denver is situated near a variety of colleges and universities, including Gaston College, Central Piedmont Community College, University of North Carolina Charlotte, and more.
The Battle of Cowan’s Ford, the Revolutionary War battle in which American General William Lee Davidson was killed, took place a few miles outside of present-day Denver. During the 19th century, the area was known for its role in the ironmaking industry, with six iron facilities in Lincoln County in 1810. However, farming was the primary industry until textile mills arrived to the area.
Denver was originally known as “Dry Pond” because of a small pond in the area that would dry up in the summer heat. In 1873, the community changed its name to Denver after the capital city of Colorado, which was at the time being considered for entrance into the Union. In 1877, the community of Denver was incorporated as a North Carolina town, but it lost its incorporated status in 1971.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 26 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 25 Miles
Carolinas Healthcare System Lincoln: 12 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 28 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 29 Miles
NC-16: 1.5 Miles
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