19220 Charles Towne Lane, Cornelius, NC 28031
In the midst of the most active and walkable part of Lake Norman, inspiration awaits - The Classica Villa Collection. Easy-living, luxury homes and no lawn maintenance. Walk to dining and shopping. Close to boating, golf and tennis.
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Located in the midst of the most exciting and active part of Lake Norman, inspiration awaits at Jetton Place with the Villa Collection -easy-living, luxury homes that let you enjoy home without lawn maintenance. Homes with charming exteriors echo the casual prestige that distinguishes The Peninsula area of Lake Norman. Twenty homes comprise this luxury enclave that is part of Jetton Cove with walking trails and a neighborhood pool.
Living extends beyond your new home. Adjacent to Jetton Place is Jetton Village and across the street is Peninsula Village for an easy walk to shop, dine and meet friends for coffee or wine. Discover how easily you can walk or bike through the wooded and scenic lake views at the close-by Jetton Park.
Minutes down Jetton Road is Peninsula Country Club with a renowned golf course, excellent tennis facility, swim complex and full service clubhouse for dining and social activities. Just a little further is Peninsula Yacht Club for boating enthusiasts. The Yacht Club also has a clubhouse with dining, social activities and fun pool area.
More shopping, dining, parks and marinas are minutes from home. If interstate connectivity is important, I-77 is close by. Never having to go far adds convenience to many attributes of this prestige address.
At Jetton Place Classica introduces exciting home designs where some rooms grow, others disappear and delightful new luxury spaces emerge. Emphasis is placed on inside-outside living with an abundance of windows and Covered Outdoor Living Rooms to extend living outdoors. These refreshing designs reflect today's definition of fresh, modern and light-filled luxury.
Jetton Place Video
Tour Jetton Place in this video with Classica's President, Bill Saint