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Trilogy Homes – Denver, NC Homes

Trilogy Homes for Sale in Denver, NC

Active Adult Communities – 55+ – Denver, NC Real Estate

The Trilogy® philosophy is about Living the Good Life.   It is a Lake Norman area 55+ Community.  It’s a feeling unlike any other and one you have to experience firsthand. Trilogy Homes believes you should live it every day, in every way. That’s how they approached the creation of this inspired new community. First, Trilogy Homes consulted top hospitality talent from resorts, hotels and restaurants to design an incomparable resort experience. Then, they added our own high-quality, innovative spin the result is Trilogy Homes Lake Norman, a community that rivals the world’s finest resorts. And you can call it home!

Come see for yourself. Call The Martin Real Estate Team of Denver, NC @ 704.900.1619 for a meeting with the builders and designers….or to view other Denver, NC Homes for Sale.

About Trilogy®  Lake Norman:

  • Grand Opening Fall 2015!
  • Ten incredible floor plans featuring innovative new designs
  • Open floor plans with incredible indoor/outdoor living
  • Approximately 7 miles of walking, hiking, cycling trails
  • Near beautiful Lake Norman Real Estate for Sale!
  • Spectacular Club coming in 2016!

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Trilogy Lake Norman homes

Listings 1 - 13 of 13

262 Hemlock Bluff Court -- 2 BR, 2.1 BA
Price: $965,000 (2881 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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David Henderson | MLS # 3910117 | Contract
5154 Looking Glass Trail -- 3 BR, 3 BA
Price: $815,000 (2400 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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David Henderson | MLS # 4086429 | Contract
4827 Looking Glass Trail -- 2 BR, 2.1 BA
Price: $705,000 (2077 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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David Henderson | MLS # 4086139 | Contract
204 Flat Rock Drive -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $490,000 (1595 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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David Henderson | MLS # 4078342 | Active
4946 Looking Glass Trail -- 3 BR, 3 BA
Price: $989,900 (2837 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Burdick Properties | MLS # 4091648 | Coming soon
495 Flat Rock Drive -- 3 BR, 2.1 BA
Price: $735,000 (2188 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Berkshire Hathaway | MLS # 4088922 | Contract
4727 Looking Glass Trail -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $670,000 (2438 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 4085746 | Active
6245 Raven Rock Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $660,000 (1892 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Realty ONE Group | MLS # 4072103 | Contract
131 Chimney Rock Court -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $619,000 (1615 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Lake Realty | MLS # 4086946 | Active
7121 Hanging Rock Court -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $575,000 (1774 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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ERA Live Moore | MLS # 3910574 | Contract
6280 Scuttle Lane -- 3 BR, 3 BA
Price: $519,000 (2084 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Shea Communities | MLS # 4072927 | Active
4803 Looking Glass Trail -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $479,835 (1631 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Lake Norman Realty, | MLS # 4090067 | Active
4887 Looking Glass Trail -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $435,000 (1460 sqft)
Subdivision: Trilogy Lake Norman
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Fit Realty LLC | MLS # 4089212 | Contract

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History of Lake Norman Mooresville NC Real Estate

History of Lake Norman

History of Lake Norman – original purpose was to provide fresh water and flood control for the region. Fifty years later, the lake has transformed into a statewide destination, and the story of what lies beneath its waters continues to fascinate.

 

Duke Power had been damming the Catawba River along Denver, NC since the early part of the century to create hydroelectric power. Lake Norman was the final and largest of the seven lakes on the river, from just above Morganton down to where the Catawba joins the Santee-Cooper in South Carolina. Duke had been buying the land since the 1920s, and by the 1950s the company had almost all it needed for the project.

The planning for Lake Norman began long before 1963. A Duke Power Company forester named Carl Blades walked every inch of those bottomlands, talking to the reluctant farmers who didn’t understand what was coming. The project meant moving cemeteries and homes….as it today offering Denver, NC Real Estate for Sale.

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