SouthPointe – Lots and Homes on Lake James
Amenities and beautiful trees abound in this larger residential community of SouthPointe established on Lake James in 1997. The over 200 wooded home sites range in size from .5 to 2.8 acres. The community is covenant restricted, with minimum square footage, brick, stone and wood homes. Interior lots have community boat slips; there is also a community pool and clubhouse. SouthPointe is located on the northeast side of Lake James in Burke County, approximately 8 miles from Morganton. It is home to both full and part-time residents. Many lots are still available for building.
The established SouthPointe at Lake James neighborhood offers outstanding large home sites with fantastic views, popular amenities, and a great location in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. SouthPointe is near Linville Gorge on the northeast end of Lake James in Burke County, North Carolina. Dry Creek subdivision is adjacent to SouthPointe.
Views of Table Rock Mountain, Hawksbill Mountain, decorative fall foliage, and sunsets over the lake draw full-time and second-home residents to the area. Charming Morganton, named a Best Place to Retire, is 10 minutes away.
Details – Lake James Real Estate in SouthPointe
SouthPointe is composed of 260 home sites in the forest on the edge of Lake James. These are large parcels ranging from a half-acre to over 2 ½ acres. Parcels are on the waterfront, have views of the lake, or are back from the water.
More than half of the lots are developed with beautiful custom and semi-custom homes done in the Lake James high standard of brick, stone, and wood. Each property is unique. Structures and lifestyles blend into “a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing residential community. Emphasis is on preservation and enhancement of the natural beauty.
Streets include SouthPointe Drive, Beach Bluff Drive, Pheasant Run Court, White Rock Lane, Lighthouse Court, Fair Oak Drive, Northview Drive, Hawks Pointe Lane, Penbroke Drive, Bluestone Court, Sandy Cove Drive, Linden Grove Court, Winfield Lane, Arbor Court, Sherbourne Court, Ash Cove Court, Whiterock Lane, and Cedar Branch Lane.
The friendly community features an elegant brick entrance off Highway 126. Leisure amenities begin with community boat slips, boating, fishing, swimming, and water sports on the 10 square miles of Lake James. Ride over to Camp Lake James or the 3500-acre Lake James State Park on the waterfront. Adventure around the 150 miles of shoreline to view the Pisgah National Forest, Linville Falls, and Wiseman’s View. It’s a sensational experience. Jutting out into the water from the SouthPointe subdivision is a two-level clubhouse with a swimming pool and volleyball court.
Activities abound. There are informal get-togethers and social gatherings, clubs and road rallies. The active neighborhood is supportive. People work together and play together. They hike and bike, water skiing, swim, play cards, quilt, and generally enjoy each other’s company.
The SouthPointe Owners Association takes care of processing building requests, maintaining the roadways, amenities, neighborhood website, and security. Dues are approximately $700 annually for a waterfront lot and $1200 annually for and interior lots. To protect the natural habitat and property values, SouthPointe is a covenant restricted community.
Morganton adds to the quality lifestyle around the crystal-clear waters of Lake James. The historic community is known for family-friendly activities, cultural attractions, local events, shopping and restaurants, and services.
Public school students are served by Glen Alpine Elementary School, Table Rock Middle School, Freedom High School. Private and parochial schools are also in the area.
Take Highway 126 to south on SouthPointe Drive. SouthPointe is located approximately 40 minutes east of Asheville Airport and an hour west of Charlotte International Airport.
For more information about Lake James lots and homes in SouthPointe, don’t hesitate to call Lake James Real Estate, Inc 828-584-9999 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a personal tour of the lake and its communities – on foot or by boat. We’d be happy to show you around. (Hey, we’re always looking for an excuse to get out on the Lake.)