The Mooresville community of Pine Isle, along with adjacent North Shore, was one of the first communities built along the Brawley School Road peninsula on Lake Norman.
Though tucked away on a quiet, residential peninsula, Pine Isle is only minutes from everyday shopping, dining and entertainment. Trump National Golf Club Charlotte is only a few minutes away further down Brawley School Road.
Trips to Huntersville’s Birkdale Village or Davidson/Davidson College and Sherrills Ford are only 20 minutes from Pine Isle. It’s only 10 minutes longer to reach Statesville and I-40 for a trip to the mountains. A commute or weekend trip to Uptown Charlotte is approximately 31 miles from the Pine Isle neighborhood.
Closer to home, Pine Isle offers residents a club house, pool, recreation area, sand volleyball court and deeded boat slips.
Homes in Pine Isle range from 2,000 square feet to larger than 5,000 square feet. The majority of homes is 2-story residences, while there are a few ranches throughout the neighborhood.
Five homes sold in Pine Isle during the last 12 months at an average sales price of $660,100 and $200 per square foot. Sales prices ranged from $378,000 to $860,000 and averaged 98% of list price.
There is only 1 home for sale as of Feb. 19. The home, built in 1993, is listed at $379,900, has a deeded boat slip and more than a half-acre lot.
Children living in Pine Isle attend Woodland Heights Elementary, Brawley Middle School and Lake Norman High School.