Historic Sites of Lincoln County NC

Looking for something interesting to do?  Why not check out some of Lincoln County’s historical sites.  I was checking out http://www.lincolncountyhistory.com – which will help you locate these historic places.  Here is some basic information on the sites:

Lincoln County Properties Listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

  • Caldwell-Cobb-Love House (Lincolnton) 2/6/1986
  • Emanuel United Church of Christ (Lincolnton) 12/14/1994
  • Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Lincolnton) 12/14/1994
  • (former) First Baptist Church (Lincoln Cultural Center) (Lincolnton) 12/21/1994
  • First Presbyterian Church (Lincolnton) 12/14/1994
  • First United Methodist Church (Lincolnton) 12/14/1994
  • William A. Graham, Jr. Farm (Round Barn) (Kidville vicinity) 5/6/1977
  • Ingleside (Iron Station vicinity) 4/13/1972
  • Laboratory Historic District (Laboratory) 12/10/2003
  • Lincoln County Courthouse (Lincolnton) 5/10/1979
  • Lincolnton Commercial Historic District (Lincolnton) 12/16/2005
  • Loretz House (Lincolnton vicinity) 3/16/1972
  • Magnolia Grove Boundary Increase (Iron Station) 6/27/1997
  • Magnolia Grove (Iron Station vicinity) 3/16/1972
  • Methodist Church Cemetery (Lincolnton) 12/14/1994
  • Mount Welcome (Mariposa vicinity) 9/13/1991
  • Old White Church Cemetery (Lincolnton) 12/14/1994
  • Pleasant Retreat Academy (Lincolnton) 5/29/1975

Lincoln County Properties Designated as Local Historic Landmarks:

  • Andrew Seagle Farm (added October 14, 1991)
  • Caldwell-Cobb-Love House (added November 2, 1992)
  • Lincoln County Courthouse (added November 2, 1992)
  • General Raymond G. Davis Highway (Highway 321 in Lincoln County) (added August 26, 1991)
  • Shadow Lawn (added November 2, 1992)
  • Pleasant Retreat Academy (November 2, 1992)
  • Vesuvius Furnace (added August 26, 1991)
  • Woodside (August 26, 1991)
  • Wallace Alexander House
  • Wallace Reinhardt House (added March 21, 2005)

On the website you will find a map to help you locate these spots!


About Michelle Nantz

There are many qualities and skills that go into being an excellent real estate professional: integrity, in-depth community and market knowledge, marketing savvy, effective negotiation skills, and a high-quality professional network ~ all of which are hallmarks of Michelle Nantz. In 2003, Michelle began her career in real estate, after a successful career in restaurant and hotel management with her last position as Regional Director of Operations running 56 hotels throughout two states. She owes her success in real estate and management to her expertise in people skills, managing, negotiating, and follow-up. However, it is Michelle’s dedication to quality service that she ultimately credits her success. Michelle shared, “In my experience as a Lake Norman real estate professional, I’ve found that providing the very best service is essentially about putting my clients first. This means keeping myself accessible, being a good listener as well as a good communicator, and responding quickly to their needs.” This “client first” philosophy combined with continual personal improvement and keeping up-to-date with the latest technologies is a cornerstone of both Michelle’s and Lake Norman Realty’s business philosophy. In addition to Michelle’s extensive real estate education and her experience in the local market, she is also an Accredited Staging Professional®, which brings additional value to marketing her clients’ homes. Michelle and her family have made the Lake Norman area their home for over 10 years. In her rare leisure moments, you’ll find Michelle with her three children and husband, or unwinding with gardening or reading. “I live and work in this community and only have the best interests of our community and its members in mind,” says Michelle. Her community activities include participation in Denver Days, Relay for Life and support for Christian Ministries and area schools.
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