Heron Harbor homeowners definitely have the best of both worlds – lakeside living in Cornelius and proximity to I-77, shopping, dining and Davidson College.
Located off Torrence Chapel Road, Heron Harbor is takes advantage of beautiful views of Lake Norman, and residents can be on the water in minutes from a community boat slip, private dock or neighborhood boat ramp.
Heron Harbor is a mere 20 miles from metro Charlotte and only 5-6 miles from downtown Davidson, Davidson College and Huntersville’s Birkdale Village for dinner, shopping or catching a movie. The Lake Norman YMCA is located just 3 miles from Heron Harbor.
Outdoor recreation is a large part of living on Lake Norman, and Heron Harbor is situated only a few minutes north of Ramsey Creek and Jetton parks for a day of outdoor activities, swimming or sunning on the park beaches.
The community was established in the early 1990s and has homes that range in size from 2,000 square feet to upwards of 5,000 square feet on lots as large as four-tenths of an acre. The homes are largely a mix of full and partial brick or stone veneer.
Heron Harbor homes sold from the high $400,000s to mid-$800,000s in the last 12 months. The average sales price in the neighborhood for the 4 homes sold was $654,500 and $224 per square foot.
An average of 1 home sold every 3 months in Heron Harbor during the last 12 months.
There are currently 2 homes listed for sale as of Feb. 7. List prices are $535,000 for a 3,300-square-foot interior home and near $1 million for a waterfront home more than 4,000 square feet.
Children living in Heron Harbor attend Cornelius Elementary School, Bailey Middle School and William Amos Hough High School. The private Davidson Day School is also a nearby option for education through 12th grade.