Welcome to Huntersville

A premier hotspot for outdoor recreation, parks, and wildlife, Huntersville is home to Lake Norman, the largest man-made body of freshwater in North Carolina. Surrounded by growing retail, restaurants, private clubs, and even NASCAR, home is a stone’s skip across the water.

Key Details


waterfront, active, destination, family community, accessible, lake life, upscale


Commute Times
Uptown 18m. by car
Bank of America Stadium 15m. by car
CLT Airport 20m. by car
Davidson College 15m. by car
East to West Asbury Chapel Road to Killian Road
North to South Lake Norman to 485
Nearby Neighborhoods Wedgewood, Lowesville, Davidson, Cornelius, Highland Creek, Hopewell, Henderson Circle

Around the Block

A stone's throw from Charlotte's premier waterfront destination.

Huntersville is best known for its access to Lake Norman, the region’s premier destination for watersports, weekend getaways, and holiday fun. You’ll find some quality golf and plenty of dining, too - along with a love for NASCAR.

What to expect:
Boats, breweries, and bites.

Weekends welcome coves of pontoons, jet skis, tubing, and more. Being one of the largest lakes in the southeast, Lake Norman is expansive and features plenty of room to roam - all without feeling crowded. If you’re not near the shore, the beer and bites are just as strong as the boat scene, boasting several breweries like D9 Brewing, Ass Clown Brewing Company, Primal Brewery, and more.

The lifestyle:
Laid-back lake life to active outdoorsman, featuring a mixture of family fun, watersports, camping, hiking, golf, and more.

Lake Norman can’t be mentioned enough - it’s that good. Add in quality campgrounds that counteract the luxury lifestyle seen along the shore, and you have the best of both worlds for any level of outdoors person. River Run Country Club, NorthStone Country Club, and SkyBrook Golf Club feature an escape from the lake lure, offering exclusive dining and golf. Did we mention Joe Gibbs Racing is headquartered in Huntersville, too? It’s the perfect place for a NASCAR novice being less than 20 minutes from Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Unexpected appeal:
The historic charm of nearby Davidson College.

Technically located in nearby Davidson, the college offers a historic charm, beautiful green spaces, scenic landscapes, and a general sense of classroom nostalgia that takes you back. There’s just something about a college campus that breathes life into an area. With famous alums like NBA star Stephen Curry and former President Woodrow Wilson, you’ll find competitive NCAA Division I athletics and one of the top private educations in the southeast.

The market:
A mixture of grand estates lining the lake, coupled with renovated hideaways and new construction.

It’s near impossible to miss the grand estate overlooking the water, but you’ll also find ample hideaways offshore with recent renovations, or 60s-style cottages that need a little TLC. Go further inland and you’re met with loads of new construction homes and charming subdivisions.

You'll fall in love with:
The views.

Whether you’re a morning bird or night owl, the sunrises and sunsets of Lake Norman are a sight to see. And even if you’re not living on the lake, some of the luxury homes along the shore are truly breathtaking - from either in the car or up close.