Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Rhodhiss Real Estate Associate Broker

Glenn Fisher

Lake Homes Realty

(828) 358-1019

A longtime resident of Hickory, Glenn Fisher is an expert in local real estate. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge about buying and selling real estate in North Carolina. Glenn is a customer driven REALTOR® dedicated to achieving results and providing exceptional service.


Glenn and his wife, Carol have raised three children in Hickory and believe that the town is truly a great place to live and raise a family. He is heavily involved in the community and local businesses. Starting his career as a Certified Public Accountant, Glenn moved on to become CFO and part owner of a specialty textile company before becoming a full time real estate agent in 2011.


When he's not busy working for his valued clients, Glenn retreats to the local streams, Lake Hickory, Lake Norman, or the coast to fish and relax. He also enjoys gardening and hiking.


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Featured Lake Rhodhiss Lake Homes

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About Lake Rhodhiss

Lake Rhodhiss is a lake situated at the end of the Blue Ridge Mountain in western North Carolina. The Lake Rhodhiss dam, which was built in 1925 by the Duke Power Company, is 65 feet high and 1500 feet long. Lake Rhodhiss is a smaller lake, covering 90 miles in shoreline with a total surface area of close to 3,060 acres.


The water from Lake Rhodhiss has a pristine blue color due to the lakes sandy bottom, unlike lakes with muddy or clay bottoms which can cause the water to be murky. This clean, clear water is used to provide drinking water for many of the neighboring communities, including Granite Falls, Lenoir, Morganton, and Valdese.


Boating activity on the lake is still considered to be low to moderate, making for a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. With the location so near the Blue Ridge Mountains and over 20 miles of protected shoreline, the lake is full of natural beauty.


Lake Rhodhiss has many public access points, including Johns River, Huffman Bridge, Castle Bridge, and others. There is also a designated shoreline fishing area run by Duke Energy and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.


Though Lake Rhodhiss may be small in size, it makes up for it with larger than life views and pristine water, perfect for a weekend getaway or life on the lake!