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Home of the Week: A Country Style Gem Just Outside of Charlotte

In our newest ‘Home of the Week’ we move from the waters of Newport Beach, California to a magnificent country style estate in Belmont, North Carolina.

In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from the waters of Newport Beach, California to a magnificent country style estate in Belmont, North Carolina.

If you’ve already taken the few minutes out to watch the video above, then not much more can be said about how stunning this European inspired manor is. What you immediately notice is that it’s cradled by awe inspiring trees, sprawling gardens and a lovely bay with private dock. If you love nature, the outdoors and being by the water, then this $1,375,000 home is right up your alley.

The meticulous design and expert craftsmanship is evident throughout this over 6,000 square foot home. From built-ins, to hickory hard wood floors on over to the custom stone fireplace in the great room – no expense was spared in the construction of this custom built home. The home also features a chefs kitchen fit for the Food Network, 4 bedroom suites, an array of patio and terraces and a sun room with a massive cathedral ceiling.

If I happened to live here, I’d spend many a summer day swimming, boating or canoeing off my private dock on the bay! Click here if you’d like to see more of this beautiful home listed by Allison Cottingham with Coldwell Banker MECA Realty.

Consumer Engagement Specialist in the Marketing Department of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. In his role he works on all national TV and online advertising initiatives, heads the brands’ internal video production as well as a slew of other projects. He’s held other roles within the Marketing Department ranging from Previews & Product Development to the day to day management of the coldwellbanker.com redesign. Besides being a marketer, Gustavo is a musician, writer, film & TV buff, avid sports fan, cereal aficionado, traveler, Tumblr and Tweeter.

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