Hickory NC Lakefront Condos Land & Luxury Single Family Homes For Sale Announced

The well-known real estate agency Coldwell Banker Boyd & Hassell, available at 828 322-1005, has new waterfront condos, luxury single-family homes and affordable lots for sale in Hickory, NC.

Hickory, United States - July 11, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The award winning real estate agency Coldwell Banker Boyd & Hassell has a variety of new single family homes, luxury waterfront condos and budget properties for sale in the Hickory, NC metro area.

More information is available at http://cbbh.com.

The Coldwell Banker Boyd & Hassell is the main real estate agency in the Hickory metro area and the one most families have been turning to for dream properties at great prices since 1968.

To keep helping everyone find the perfect home for their family, their retirement years or their holiday escapades, the agency has now once again expanded the vast range of properties it has for sale in the Hickory area.

This includes a luxury brick ranch home with a detached four car garage, an in ground pool, a large pond and a windmill, in a quiet, calm part of Conover with tons of award winning schools nearby.

A luxury lakeside condo with three private balconies, a two car garage, craftsman style cedar shake and stone exteriors, a private dock, and more than 1400 sq. feet of outside space for cookouts or lounging.

Several stunning single family homes with garage, basement, porches, decks, fireplace, great master suites, modern, fully fitted kitchens and even private docks, all with tons of space and breathtaking lake, mountain or city views.

And even a variety of townhomes, lots and land in some of the most coveted areas of Hickory, Lenoir, Conover or Claremont, so everyone from the city dwellers to the lake lovers and the country folk can get exactly what they’ve been dreaming of.

For those after something different, the agency also has spacious commercial buildings, affordable multi-family homes and luxury properties like waterfront manors with elevator, home gym, and boat docks.

The team explains “we’ve built our business on helping people get what they want the most. Whether that is finding the home of their dreams at a price they can afford or exceptional service from honest, knowledgeable people dedicated to making them happy.”

To book showings, talk to their friendly team of agents and find out more about all the new properties, the public can call 828 322-1005 or go to their website at the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Houston Harris
Organization: Coldwell Banker Boyd Hassell
Address: 127 1st Avenue Northeast, Hickory, NC 28601, United States
Phone: +1-828-322-1005

For more information, please visit http://www.cbbh.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 375877

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