HM Properties Listed and Sold the Highest Priced Home on Record in the Charlotte, North Carolina region
Real estate history was made in the Charlotte, North Carolina region on September 4, 2020, when the highest priced residential home went on the market for sale in the Canopy MLS system for $7,995,000 and it was under contract four days later.
Known as Grand Lac Chateau, a grand 8.63-acre estate overlooking Lake Norman, 154 Tennessee Circle in Mooresville, NC, closed on Friday, Oct 2, 2020, for $7,500,000 and is also officially the most expensive home sold in the Charlote region’s Canopy MLS system. The buyer of record is BeWater, LLC from California.
Listing agent, Josh Tucker of HM Properties’ Lake Norman office, said, “I don’t think anyone including the seller or I had any expectations as to how long this home would take to sell. A lot of it was timing, but we also spent several months preparing a strategic launch to make sure we could make a large splash all over the country when it hit the market.”
This breathtaking French Country Manor has 10,928 sq. ft., 6-bedrooms, 7.2 baths and was designed by leading southeast architect, JJ Barja of Elite Design Group in Charlotte, NC in 2015, and built by Augusta Homes in Cornelius, NC. It was completed in 2018.
Every detail of this three-level entertainer’s dream home was carefully planned from the gated entrance to the winding tree lined driveway, porte-cochere, multiple garages, guest house, climate controlled wine cellar, home theater, 70,000 gallon saltwater pool with a 60 ft. infinity ledge, multiple decks, porches and balconies, private white sand beach leading to the dock and party deck, elevator, extensive home automation system, 8 fireplaces, soaring ceilings, and walls of windows offering views from every room.
“This record-breaking sale shows how desirable Lake Norman is all around the country. There is a great demand for properties of this magnitude in our area,” Tucker added.
Images courtesy of HM Properties.