CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A 12,000-square-foot luxury home on Lake Norman sold last week for nearly $4.8 million, marking the Charlotte region’s priciest home sale of the year so far, according to Premier Sotheby’s International Realty, whose Cornelius office brokered the sale.
Situated on a 2-acre lot at The Point in Mooresville, the property boasts four bedrooms, four full- and five half-bathrooms, a chef-inspired kitchen with stainless steel appliances, an art studio, garage parking for six vehicles, and outdoor spaces that include balconies, an infinity pool and a stone fireplace.
As CBJ has reported previously, the home, completed in 2009, was once listed at $9.5 million. That was in 2010, and it was relisted several times in the years that followed at lower price points, eventually going up for auction in 2017. As of last summer, it was among the priciest listings on LKN.
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