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- Villa Heights 821 Drummond Avenue, SOLD
- Eastover's 1001 Colville Road
- Slate Interiors vs Sleepy Poet
- What's My Home Worth?
- Charlotte New Construction & Myers Park Living
- Elizabeth's 2021 E. 8th Street, SOLD
- Plaza Midwood's 1808 Kenwood Avenue, SOLD
- Plaza Midwood's 3304 & 3305 Josephine Court, SOLD
- Plaza Midwood's 1809 Cochran Place, SOLD
- Historic Cherry: 1819 Luther Street
HOT Villa Heights! Property located on the NoDa end of Drummond Avenue -- heck, you can even smell Amelie's fresh baked goods from here.
I don't know the actual walkability rating and assume its 110%. It's that close! To everything!
Incredible complete renovation in 2014. Open, light filled living spaces with vaulted Master Bedroom. Lots of cool stuff -- from the wide plank hardwoods to the custom built shop equipped with electricity and a red & rad roll down door.
Trust me, this house rocks!
1800 SF, 3/2.5
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From the exceptional French Renaissance design by Greg Perry comes this passionate new construction build by Grandfather Homes in Charlotte’s premier Eastover Neighborhood. The designer/builder team found inspiration for the center-set turret design in a Tudor Revival home near Charlotte Country Club. Utilizing the designer’s approachable but sophisticated styling and the builder’s willingness for authentic detailing, they were able to create and build a gracious French estate home with compliments from this 1930s Historic Landmark home.
Come tour this magnificent home on one of Charlotte’s most exclusive streets.
6311 SF, 5/5.5
Sleepy Poet Antique Mall—
Your sixth sense #iseejunk will be assaulted the second you mosey in and scan the joint. For one, it’s an absolute beast in terms of sheer size – over 50,000 SF. Two, it will first appear that the mac daddy of all attic sales went No.2 at this location. You can tell them I said that, but please don’t. I’m not being mean, it’s true. It will look like a bunch of crap, but once you infiltrate and start getting into it you’ll make remarkable discoveries.
I get a big kick out of exploring settings such as these – you never know what you’ll find; some higher-end objects, the lower, the middle and so called shabby chic. If you go to browse, good luck. I think it’s probably easier to go in with a clear objective.
It’s a good question. What is your home worth?
If you Googled that specific question, you’ve been introduced to the plethora of home value estimators, evaluators and best guesstimates on the World Wide Web. You now know the average, you know the range.