Denver

This rural North Carolina community offers small-town charm and easy accessibility to outdoor recreation and local services, as well as major employers and entertainment venues in Uptown Charlotte.

KB Home in Denver

Our new construction homes for sale in Denver, North Carolina are uniquely built for the way you want to live. One- and two-story floor plans have Flex Space, modern kitchens with islands, large nooks and walk-in pantries, dens and spacious lofts that can be converted to a home office or gym, dedicated laundry rooms, walk-in closets in the master suites and secondary bedrooms, downstairs powder rooms, plus mud rooms off the garages with large pantries. Select floor plans also have side-entry porch locations. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet. 

Our new Denver community is conveniently located near local shopping and dining, and within a highly-rated school district. It’s just a short drive to outdoor recreation at Lake Norman and near Westport Golf Club, Cowan's Ford Golf Club and Verdict Ridge Golf & Country Club. Our new Denver homes are a short 25-minute commute to Uptown Charlotte via Hwy. 16 for business, entertainment, arts and leisure.

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Welcome to Denver

Denver, formerly known as Dry Pond, is an unincorporated community in Lincoln County, North Carolina. This small rural town is located just 25 minutes from Uptown Charlotte, offering homeowners easy access to the area’s prominent business and sports centers, entertainment venues and retail destinations. Auto racing is very popular in Denver, and it’s easy to enjoy a race at one of the area’s countless tracks — from stock car racing at Hickory Motor Speedway to late model racing at Lincoln Speedway. Denver prides itself on its rural roots and family-friendly environment, and residents can participate in a variety of special events, including Renaissance and apple festivals, as well as the Amazing Maize Maze. For weekend fun with family and friends, check out these local attractions:

  • Lake Norman. With 50 square miles of water and 520 miles of shoreline, North Carolina’s largest man-made lake is a very popular destination for its beautiful beaches, boating, fishing, watersports, chartered cruises, camping, hiking trails, and so much more.
  • Rock Springs Park Preserve. This public park has a large playground, event shelter, amphitheater, outdoor classroom/wildlife viewing area, and walking trails.

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