This four-bedroom, three-bath English Tudor style home was advertised as “sitting on a hill with privacy” by listing agent Victoria Mitchener. And Mitchener said that privacy was very important to the eventual buyers.
Selling this home on Lake Norman was more about horses than humans for listing agent Debbie Monroe, a broker with Lake Norman Realty. “It was one of the rare properties on Lake Norman where you can keep your horses,” Monroe said. “It had approximately 10 acres of land total and it was on the waterfront at Lake Norman and that was a selling point for the eventual buyers.”
When Scott Russo took his buyers to see this five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home in Charlotte, he said there were a lot of things to fall in love with.
Greg Martin has an important tip for other real estate agents in the Charlotte area: Foreclosures happen on luxury homes, too.
Gay Dillashaw weathered the real estate storm well, she says, by sticking to luxury classics like this six-bedroom, seven-bathroom Georgian style home. Although it was built in 2006, the house is designed to look much older and easily blends in with the neighborhood.
“The previous owner is a very talented designer and did almost everything by herself,” said Mitchener. “We focused on that uniqueness because there really aren’t any other homes in Charlotte like it. It is a very California-style floor plan and has great finishes.”
On a “phenomenal” point lot nearly surrounded by water, this single-family waterfront property is "one of the better lots" on Lake Norman, according to selling agent Lori Jackson. The property was appraised in 2011 at about $1.9 million and has a heated square footage of 6,866. Jackson, with Ivester Jackson Properties, said the home is gated, making it "very private" and is a "classic style" home.
If spectators were invited to witness a home sale, this one would have drawn a crowd, and at the climax, a lot of boos.
Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is the new owner of this home, according to a source close to the deal. The listing agent, Nancy Hucks of Lake Norman Realty, and the selling agent, Angela Jordan of Smith-Jordan Realty, declined to comment on the sale.
For Katherine Mazoyer, this Union County house offered something different than almost everything else she's seen on the market. So different was the house, Mazoyer, the Katherine Mazoyer Realty agent who sold the home, said she wasn't able to generate much interest in it from locals. The only interested parties were foreign buyers, she said.