The modern Myers Park home was the most expensive home sale in the county last month at $5.7million


A newly built modern abode in Myers Park held the highest selling price last month in Mecklenburg County, trading for $5.65 million in late April.

The 7,072 square foot home has six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. It was designed for entertaining, with an open floor plan and smart home features integrated throughout the home. It also includes 20-foot-tall electronic glass doors in the great room that open to the pool and outdoor seating area, according to its listing details.

The house on the 2100 block of Selwyn Avenue is just down the street from Queens University. The 0.62-acre lot once housed a four-plex property, according to listing broker Corcoran HM Properties of Charlotte. Michelle Teague with this company managed the listing for the seller.

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The house that replaced it was completed this year. Mills Eloge Homes, based in Charlotte, served as the builder and Smith Slovik Residential Design Group, also of Charlotte, was the architect.

Homes on the April listing range in price from $2.61 million to nearly $5.7 million on Selwyn Avenue. In addition to Myers Park, they cover the neighborhoods of Carmel Estates, Morrocroft Estates, Challis Farm and Eastover in Charlotte, as well as Riverchase, Bluff Point and The Peninsula in Cornelius.

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