CHARLOTTE — The top end of Charlotte’s housing market finished 2022 on a high note, as one of Mecklenburg County’s most expensive home sales of the year was recorded in December. That home, in Myers Park, sold for almost $6 million.
The six-bedroom home has six full bathrooms and another two half-baths. High-end features include a chef’s kitchen; large main-level primary suite; accordion-style doors that open to the covered porch and pool area; outdoor built-in grill, fireplace and retractable porch roof; upstairs bonus room with a bar; exercise room; and separate guest house, according to its listing with Brandon Lawn of Brandon Lawn Real Estate LLC.
It’s located on Queens Road West, a street well known by those in Charlotte for its historic homes and lush foliage. This home, however, is relatively newer than many that line the road. Built in 2017, it sits on a 0.6-acre corner lot.
Each month, American City Business Leads, a division of CBJ parent company American City Business Journals, pulls Mecklenburg County’s top home deeds based on sale price. Additional details about the homes come from county real estate records, the listing brokerage and Realtor.com.
Homes included in this feature represent the 10 most expensive residential sales recorded in the county in December. They range in sale price from about $2.12 million up to the nearly $6 million transaction in Myers Park. Other homes on the list are found in Olde Providence South, Foxcroft, Montibello and Cotswold within Charlotte, as well as The Peninsula and Connor Quay neighborhoods in Cornelius.
Read more and check out photos of these properties here.
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