Cornelius Real Estate

    Cornelius was established in the late 1800s as a cotton and farm community, and has since transformed itself into a laid-back, quaint town lining the shores of Lake Norman. Adding 54 miles of shoreline when the lake was first formed, Cornelius has become the place to be for home buyers seeking a waterfront residence.
    Home owners in Cornelius enjoy a commute of less than 30 minutes to Uptown Charlotte and to the Charlotte / Douglas International Airport. The town sits just off I-77, with a convenient and innovative Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) at exit 28. Aesthetically pleasing and functional in its ability to reduce traffic congestion, the DDI was constructed in early 2015 and continues to be one of the pleasant surprises residents and visitors find in Cornelius.
    Families and singles alike enjoy the activities and amenities found in the many parks in Cornelius. Jetton Park, with 104 acres on the banks of Lake Norman, features biking and walking trails, tennis courts, a beach and picnic areas. With facilities on the beautiful lake waters, Jetton is an ideal scenic location for special events such as weddings and reunions. Ramsey Creek Beach, also on the banks of Lake Norman, offers a beach and swimming access. In addition, Cornelius is home to a number of neighborhood parks, with playgrounds, walking trails, and sports fields.
    Home owners and visitors looking for a unique shopping and dining experience will find many such options in Cornelius. Lucky Dog Bark and Brew on Statesville Road combines a brewery with a dog park and kennel! Dog lovers and beer lovers can enjoy a local brew while their dog gets a bath or plays with other dog friends.
    Also featuring an extensive list of local beers, Fork! on North Main Street serves up fresh ingredients from local farmers. 131 Main offers fresh food and an inviting setting at its location on Statesville Road. The wide variety of restaurants throughout Cornelius also includes Fresh Chef on Torrence Chapel Road and Tenders on Statesville Road.

    Life IS better at the lake! This is the slogan for Cornelius, North Carolina. With its quaint downtown, new Double Diamond Interchange at Exit 28, and miles of lake access, those who love the lake need not go anywhere else.

    Cornelius has recently undergone a $6 million facelift at its access to I-77, 20 miles north of uptown Charlotte. This Double Diamond Interchange has 2-lane traffic crossing lanes, temporarily traveling in the opposite direction over the interstate –view traffic pattern here–. The gigantic ship’s mast is a magnificent welcome to Cornelius with its Warehouse Performing Arts Center (performing arts, theater production, classes), Cornelius Arts Center (exhibits, ceramics, events), Art Glass Works and Christa Faut Gallery. These places and many more offer those who appreciate the arts, theater, and exhibits plenty to experience year-round. As well, Lucky Dog Bark & Brew offers dog owners a playground for their pet joined with local brews. Lucky Dog along with several other Cornelius breweries lend a little something for those interested in supporting local, homegrown beer. Casual and formal restaurants are plentiful on Lake Norman with spectacular sunrises and sunsets to enhance your dining pleasure. Drive by car or dock your boat and enjoy!

    Cornelius is home to Jetton (Jet-on) Park with 104 acres of park land at Lake Norman. Here you can picnic, walk or roller blade on 1.5 mile trail, bike on a 1.3 mile bike trail, play tennis, visit the formal gardens and gazebo, or rent Jetton’s Waterfront Hall for special occasions. If you’ve never seen a Lake Norman sunset, you’re in for quite a treat. No two are the same and each exquisite in its own way. Rent a boat, wave runner, or paddle board and enjoy Life on the Lake!

    Home owners and visitors will not want to miss the charming experience of shopping for antiques and collectibles in the Oak Street Mill in beautiful downtown Cornelius. Located in an old cotton mill, the shop features 10,000 square feet and over 50 dealers. In addition, opportunities to shop for designer apparel and art abound among the flowers and tree-lined walkways at Jetton Village on North Cove Road.
    Home buyers will find magnificent residences along tree-lined streets and along the banks of Lake Norman in Cornelius, with an average sales price of $535,500. With its delightful shops, enticing dining options, and array of outdoor activities in parks and along the lake, Cornelius is quite the find for home owners.
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