Lake Norman Villa Rental Photos and Description
Villa, 1 Br, 1 Bath (Sleeps 2-3)w/ 2Br 1Bath attached vrbo 353073
Newly remodeled 1br/1ba with exotic hardwood floors, porcelain countertops, nickel appliances and hot tub overlooking the lake. Great screen porch for afternoon leisure. This villa is attached to VRBO# 353073 giving room for an additional 5 guests
'Rosella' is a cottage built on the shores of the beautiful and private Mountain Island Lake. Much of this lake is parklands, wildlife, sanctuaries and properties restricted from development. This home was built in 1952 and has provided decades of lakefront fun and fishing.Years ago the house was divided into two seperate apartments. In 2011 we converted the upstairs into a vacation rental. There is a remodeled laundry with front load washer and dryer.There are new flat screened TVs in all rooms .There is a screened porch off the living room that has a view that you will truly love. A pontoon boat is available for rent on-site.
Go to funtorent.com search using 28214 to arrange rental.You will want to make time to enjoy the lakefront hot tub also. All you need for lake fun is in the supply shed. Skis, tubes, fishing poles,floats, coolers,and lounge chairs.
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
About Bob Rudolph
We are Bob and Kim and we are lake enthusiast. We own homes on several of the lakes in the area. We presently live on a lake close by and we love this place so much we spend many weekends here.
Bob Rudolph purchased this villa in 1990
Why Bob Rudolph chose Lake Norman
We lived here at one time and knew we could never part with it. 'Rosella' is not an investment for us.She is part of the family. We know that if you stay here and get to know Mountain Island Lake you will be 'hooked' too.
What makes this villa unique
Many of our guests come to experience the National White water Center. If you come, we strongly suggest you visit there.
It's a man made river rapids that you can kayak
or do a guided raft run. This is the only man made
Olympic qualifying rapids in the country.
There is vertical rock climbing,
zip linning and a lot more outdoor adventures.
If you don't feel quite that adventurous there is a
riverside restaurant where you can get a great meal
and a glass of wine that you can sip while you watch crazy
people careen down a wall of water and rocks. You can
watch with interest rafters trying to save one of their
own who has fallen overboard while you nibble
on a delicious Macho Nacho. There are also summer
concerts and island sunset parties.
It costs just $5 to park and nothing to visit the center.
You can drive from Rosella, park your car, and walk to
the rivers edge in less than 10 minutes.