Posted by: Roby Robertson | April 21, 2008

Troutman at the North End Of Lake Norman

River Rock, A New Development on the North End of Lake Norman.

Go North young man.  I think the line was actually Go West young man but at Lake Norman, development is moving North toward Troutman and it is no longer a secret.  

River Rock is on 191 acres off Walnut Tree and Lookout Shoals Dam roads and will feature 28 “river cottages” with 12 dockable lots in its 160-home community.

Lakefront lots start at $179,000 with interior lots around $40,000. All lots are 1 acre or greater.

Developer Mike Ryon of River Rock LLC said it’s unheard of to find a waterfront lot for less than $200,000 in south Iredell. “Because land and the lots are so darn expensive in this radius around Mooresville, the builders are having to move further north to make it affordable,” he said.

The design is different from many lake communities farther south, which include more waterfront lots and personal piers. The emphasis at River Rock is more on fishing, swimming and cooking out and includes a community park for those activities.

If you looking for an area where you don’t have to spend millions to get away and be on the lake, River Oaks at Lake Norman is worth a look.  This area is very rural and quiet.  A true getaway from the ever growing Mooresville and Troutman areas.

Construction is due to begin within the next 6 months when roadwork is complete. 

The north end of the is going to be a hot commodity as development continues to head North to Troutman.

As Ryon said, “I’m thinking that northern part of the lake is going to be very hot,” he said. “I’m seeing a lot of growth in west Iredell.”

NOTE: Lots being sold in the first phases are for Builders only!

For more information, contact your Lake Norman Agent at 704 451 7051.

 See Also:

On the North End of Lake Norman, Falls Cove is Coming Together

Real Living 2.0, Made to help Lake Norman Buyers and Sellers

Creative Ways to Buy Your Lake Norman Home

 Your Lake Norman Area Map

Information Source: The Charlotte Observer

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