Lake Norman home hits market with region’s highest price tag at $7M

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A secluded estate on the banks of Lake Norman came on the market late last week as the most expensive home for sale across the Charlotte region at just shy of $7 million.

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Priced at $6.995 million, the home at 125 Quiet Waters Drive in Mooresville sits on a 6.52-acre lot in the Northwood subdivision and boasts 620 feet of shoreline along Lake Norman. It hit the market on May 19.

A gated entry with a 600-foot-long driveway leads to the three-story, modern home with a stucco and stone exterior and more than 8,800 square feet inside, according to information provided by listing brokerage Corcoran HM Properties. Josh Tucker and Heather Gibbs listed the property.

The home has five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half-bathrooms. High-end features include a home-automation system, an elevator, 10-foot-tall ceilings, a chef’s kitchen and a wall of glass doors in the great room that lead out to a balcony overlooking the lake.

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