CHARLOTTE — A home under construction in the Old Foxcroft neighborhood of Charlotte sold for $4.75 million in mid-September, making it the most expensive residential sale in Mecklenburg County last month.
This contemporary Tudor style home is being built on the 2000 block of Ferncliff Road off Sharon Lane. When complete, the property will house 7,239 total square feet with five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half bathrooms, according to listing agent Matt Claxton of My Townhome.
The three-story custom home is being built by Charlotte-based builder WK Phipps and designed by ALB Design.
The home will feature a high-end kitchen, downstairs owner’s suite, and an open floor plan with a sliding door connecting the living room to the pool deck, according to the property listing. It will also incorporate high-end features on the exterior, such as a saltwater pool with a tanning ledge and spa as well as a cabana with a gas grill, wood-burning fireplace, heaters and heaters. motorized screens to close the space.
County property records show that a one-story house approximately 3,200 square feet and built in 1952 once stood on the half-acre lot. The property was purchased by WK Phipps in December 2021 for approximately $1.18 million, records show.
The 10 most expensive residential sales recorded with the county in September ranged in sale price from nearly $2.5 million up to the $4.75 million deal at Old Foxcroft. Other neighborhoods where the homes are located include Deering Oaks, Myers Park, Carmel, and Eastover in Charlotte; Joys Serenity Point, Flagship, Bethelwood Estates and The Peninsula in Cornelius; and The Enclave at Mint Hill.
Check out each of the top 10 here.
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