Denver Real Estate
As a quaint home-town Denver North Carolina offers its own singular blend of Denver NC real estate options. Denver estates can offer magnificent Lake Norman views with acreage, new construction, and master craftsmanship around every corner with no expense spared. Family Denver NC homes provide just the right amount of space with amenities such as gourmet kitchens, and large spaces to entertain which lead out to swimming pools and large yards.
Denver NC real estate can be in the modern style, as farmhouses with sweeping wrap-around porches, or as Denver properties with open acreage to breathe easier. Denver condos and Denver townhomes create their own small community within the larger community, offering in-community amenities such as pools, recreational centers and boat slips which many individuals prefer.
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Known for its proximity to Lake Norman, beautiful scenery and small-town feel, Denver NC is considered a bedroom community to Charlotte, as it is only 25 miles from the city-center hub.
While it is small, it does have some great Denver attractions to enjoy. Relax around a campfire or attend a camp meeting at Rock Springs Campground, or enjoy annual festivals such as Denver Days, the Strawberry Festival, the Killian Farm Antique Tractor and Engine Show, or the Pub Poker Championship. There is also a farmer’s market held every Saturday throughout the summer months to encourage community involvement throughout the Denver area.
There are some great shopping centers and business districts where Denver home owners can find everything they need, from antique shops and sporting goods stores, to caterers and florists.
Originally called Dry Pond, the now Denver community was named simply for a small pond which was known to dry up during the heat of summer and replenish when the rains returned. The area was settled in the mid to late 1700’s by Scots-Irish and German settlers who lived off the land by farming and hunting. For the longest time the community of Denver North Carolina was based around a local church, where any type of formal gathering of locals was held.
Among the first local industries were saw mills and grist mills, but eventually iron became the staple of the Denver area and iron making and ironworks facilities began to spring up. Farming cotton remained a large part of the Denver area throughout the nineteenth century, while some workers began commuting to neighboring towns and cities for work at surrounding textile mills. But it was the creation of Lake Norman in 1962 while brought major growth to the Denver NC.
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