Home sale in Old Foxcroft was Mecklenburg County’s most expensive in October

CHARLOTTE — Charlotte’s Old Foxcroft neighborhood is again home to Mecklenburg County’s most expensive residential sale in October, similar to the previous month.

A newly built home on the 2100 block of Cortelyou Road sold for $4.5 million in late October, topping the residential real estate charts that month. In September, a new home under construction about a mile-and-a-half away on Ferncliff Road topped the charts, selling for $4.75 million.

The Cortelyou Road home was built by Charlotte-based Chiott Custom Homes. It incudes 6,151 heated square feet, five bedrooms, and five full and three half-bathrooms, according to the homebuilder. It sits on a 0.5-acre 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 within the county in October. They range in sale price from $2.55 million up to the $4.5 million transaction in Old Foxcroft. Other homes on the list are found in Myers Park, Foxcroft and Eastover in Charlotte, as well as the Enclave, The Peninsula and Patricks Purchase in Cornelius.

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