• Inside a Lake Norman-area home to be featured on TV show

    By: Jen Wilson, Charlotte Business Journal


    CORNELIUS, N.C. - A $4.3 million home in the Lake Norman-area community of Cornelius will be the focus of an upcoming episode of "Selling Mega Mansions," a reality TV show that follows brokers as they find buyers for what it calls the "hottest homes in the world."

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    That's according to local Realtor Pam Boileau, who is in charge of the listing for Ivester Jackson. She notes it's the first time this show has zeroed in on a home in North Carolina.

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    The 5-acre estate on Torrence Chapel Road in Cornelius, about 20 miles north of Charlotte, boasts an 8,249-square-foot main house with five bedrooms as well as expansive outdoor-living areas. Features include a 1,900-square-foot covered terrace with a full kitchen, stone fireplace and an infinity pool.

    Check out more photos of the property here

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