Commitment, knowledge, and experience explain why Trish Greer has been a leader in real estate since 1985. Over the years, she has worked as a sales associate, mortgage banker, and Broker-in-Charge. Her diverse experience gives her the broad base of knowledge needed to always get the job done for her clients.
Trish's many satisfied clients appreciate her excellent listening skills, her matter-of-fact approach, and her efficient and professional attention to detail. Her one hundred percent dedication to a diverse group of buyers and sellers is only one of the many ingredients to her continued success. From condos to castles (yes, she really sold Melrose Castle in Casanova, VA in 1987!) you'll like her style. Performance and experience count!
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Featured Lake Norman Lake Homes
Featured Lake Homes
Lake Norman (often referred to as "The Inland Sea") is located only 20 miles north of Charlotte. Nestled among the towns of Cornelius, Davidson, and Huntersville.
With 32,510 acre coverage and 520 miles of shoreline, Lake Norman is impressive in both size and scenery. It has earned the nickname "The Inland Sea" because of expansive waters and a main channel 34 miles in length. Each season of the year adorn the landscape in natural beauty that never becomes mundane.
Take your pick among unique condos and lakefront homes for a serene location to relax and unwind.
Thirteen miles of the shoreline are in Lake Norman State Park, which provides both boating access and camp sites.
A "Lake Campus" owned and operated by Davidson College is available for students on Lake Norman.
Golfers have six golf courses nearby to choose from, including the Birksdale Golf Club, an Arnold Palmer designed, par 72 championship course.
For NASCAR fans, Lake Norman is the home base for Michael Waltrip Racing and Joe Gibbs Racing. Its central location allows easy access to local race shops and is less than 20 minutes from the Speedway.
With a yacht clubs, boat clubs and a sailing club, Lake Norman offers a variety of community for the marine sport fans. It is also the spot for one of the International Jet Sport Boats Association tour stops.
Game fish such as catfish, crappie, bluegill and yellow perch as well as striped bass, largemouth bass and white bass fill the waters, running as deep as 130 feet.
Lake Norman is rich in history and community. There are many annual events to choose from. A few summer favorites include Farmer's Markets in Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville; Live Music and Concert Series in Birksdale Village, Huntersville; Civil War Reenactment at Historic Latta Plantation in Huntersville.
Lake Norman, the largest lake in the Carolinas, is growing in popularity with its wooded surroundings, quiet nature and unique atmosphere. No matter what the interest may be, an adventure awaits for everyone.