• Carolina Panthers president purchases Foxcroft home for $2.6M

    By: Jenna Martin, Charlotte Business Journal


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It appears the relatively new president of the Carolina Panthers has set down roots in Charlotte.

    Tom Glick, hired last August to oversee the NFL franchise’s day-to-day operations, and wife Maria have bought a home off Sharon Road in Charlotte’s Foxcroft neighborhood, according to a property deed filed in Mecklenburg County. The couple purchased the nearly 7,900-square-foot home for $2.6 million in late February.

    [ALSO READ: Panthers owner David Tepper hires Glick as team president]

    Its real estate listing shows the newly renovated, white-brick home as having five bedrooms and five full- and two half-bathrooms as well as high-end features like a three-car garage, multiple fireplaces, large veranda overlooking a swimming pool and a “spa like bath with heated floors” in the master suite.

    The home last sold for $766,500 near the time it was built in 2007. It was most recently listed for sale at just shy of $2.6 million.

    Read more and check out photos of the home here.

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