The shores of Lake Wylie sits just 20 miles west of Uptown Charlotte and is dotted with amenity rich neighborhoods and elegant estate homes. Home values range from the mid-$100s for condos, to $6m+ for waterfront estate homes.
Formed in 1904 by the Catawba Power Company (now Duke Energy), this 325 mile shoreline man-made lake has a surface area of 13,400 acres and a max depth of 82'. The lake spans two states and three counties (York SC, Gaston NC, and Mecklenburg NC). Lake Wylie is the oldest of 11 reservoir lakes that make up the Catawba River Basin. The river basin is a critical natural resource to the area as a source of hydro-electric power as well as the drinking water source for Charlotte and surrounding areas.
If you are interested in learning more about the river basin and how to get involved, please visit the Catawba Riverkeeper's website.
Along the shoreline are many towns and cities each with their own charm and character. Click on the links below to browse property in each:
- Charlotte NC
- Belmont NC
- Mount Holly NC
- Lake Wylie township, SC
- York County (Including Rock Hill, Fort Mill, and Clover SC).
- Tega Cay SC
If you are interested in touring the area, please get in contact with Hunter. Tours are available by boat if you are interested in waterfront property. Specialty property, like waterfront, has very unique issues and concerns that require a specialist real estate agent to identify for you. An every day agent doesn't have the experience with these kind of property to ADVISE you fully. Please check out my bio here and reach out if you have any questions
Lake Wylie and Lake Norman waterfront homes consistently have some of the most high-end homes for sale on the market. However, you don't have to be a millionaire to own waterfront property. There are many waterfront condos and townhomes for sale. Please click the link below and search through the listings of waterfront homes for sale on Lake Wylie and Lake Norman. If you would like to take a tour of either lake, please reach out to me.