This beautiful home listed by Callie Kelly of Cottingham Chalk is one of the finest examples of early 20th-century architecture in Charlotte. One of the oldest Tudor-style homes in the area, it was expertly built in 1935 by Louis Asbury, who is responsible for many other notable, architectural designs throughout the city.
Undergoing a major renovation in 2001, the core of this home has been carefully preserved, while numerous additions were added for modern comfort and convenience. Beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, and an unusual amount of natural light, in addition to timeless charm make this home a rare find.
Part of the addition included a large, open family room which features a morning room, as well as a wet bar and a beautiful gourmet kitchen. The luxurious master suite and bath also was re-done and outfitted with custom closets. A sun-lit second-floor laundry room with ample storage, large mudroom and butlers pantry, sunroom, and a study, were also created to accommodate storage and functionality. The custom wine cellar is also noteworthy, and every detail throughout the home pays homage to it’s design and history.
The stunning grounds of this home include an outdoor seating area on the veranda and lower patio, as well as a beautiful courtyard with a water feature. Situated on the corner of Queens Road West and Wellesley Avenue, it features a gated driveway for privacy, leading to a separate guest house (which also includes a two-car garage and garden room).
Located at 1574 Queens Road West, Charlotte NC 28207, this home features 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths over 6,499 square-feet. Currently listed by Callie Kelly of Cottingham Chalk, it can now be yours for $2,800,000. To view this listing, click here.