Charlotte’s Crown Jewel – A Modern Day Downton Abbey

By: Lee Steinour – Digital Marketing Manager

The filming of a movie spin-off of Downton Abbey is set to begin next year and in our opinion, we believe this Charlotte estate would be a perfect location! Perched amidst nearly 5 acres the home’s architecture and lush gardens were inspired by famed British architect Edwin L. Lutyens.

It seems like a lovely location for a historical period drama set in the 1920’s.

 

Unparalleled privacy abounds at this European influenced gated manor.

A magnificent two-story walnut paneled library would be the perfect backdrop and gathering space for British aristocracy. While the lower level could be transformed with movie magic into the servants living quarters during the post-Edwardian era.

The Crawley’s are all about entertaining and the property is perfect for guests, in fact, we hosted a spectacular event “An Evening with Noah May, Christie’s Wine Specialist” this past summer.

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Contact Tracy Davis @ Tracy@ivesterjackson.com to learn more about 2019 Craigmore Drive.

 

 

 

 


In the News – Ivester Jackson is Grabbing Headlines

By: Lee Steinour – Digital Marketing Manager

Headline after Headline…

“If You’ve Always Dreamed About Living Like a Disney Princess, We Just Found the House for You!”

“Thank you, Lord Baby Jesus for this Lake Norman mansion.”

“Top 20 Homes on Instagram You Have to See This Week.”

Ivester Jackson Christie’s International Real Estate is garnering local, national and international attention.

The most recent news includes an online article that went viral featuring a current listing seen in the popular NASCAR film Talladega Nights, a “Beauty and the Beast” style library, recognition for our excellence in marketing, Top 20 Homes on Instagram,  several properties spotlighted in the Christie’s Int’l Real Estate Luxury Defined blog and more.

Two IJ listings are included in the list of “Instagram Top 25 Homes You Have to See This Week.”  

An enchanting Charlotte French inspired home is featured in Christie’s most recent Luxury Defined blog highlighting Architectural Style: French Provencal.

Christie’s choose a lovely Lake Norman home to include in its article about desirable homes with lakeside access or views – sunset included.“Private Banks – 6 Fabulous Lakeside Homes.”

17240 Connor Quay Court

A luxury Lake Norman waterfront mansion is the focus of a Charlotte Agenda blog about NASCAR film Talladega Nights – the story was picked up by news outlets around the world, various local television stations across the U.S. and popular racing websites.

173 Macon Avenue

Just this year we opened a new office in up and coming Asheville, North Carolina, an elegant Tudor-style residence becomes the focus of another Christie’s blog called “Luxury Living: Homes that have hosted the great and good.”

1454 Queens Road

A two-floor mahogany library with a balcony, rolling ladders and fireplace captured the imagination of both Southern Living and Charlotte Agenda.

If you’ve always dreamed of extra elbow room in your shower, check out this Charlotte Agenda article showcasing super large showers.

Charlotte Business Journal wrote about Mecklenburg county’s priciest home sales and included several Ivester Jackson properties.

To stay up to date on all the news about Ivester Jackson Christie’s International Real Estate make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest.

 

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10 Historic Homes for Sale in Charlotte, North Carolina

5520 Sharon View Road – Circa 1828

$3,449,000

Dating to King George ll, the William Lee House, a richly appointed country house, is a piece of 18th century Charlotte.

Ivester Jackson | Christie's Int'l Real Estate
Ivester Jackson | Christie’s Int’l Real Estate

8556 Dog Leg Road – Nationally Registered Historic Farmhouse

$3,199,000

One of the southeast’s most spectacular estates situated on 66 gated acres of rolling hills and horse pastures. (Sherrills Ford)

One of the southeast's most spectacular estates
Ivester Jackson | Christie’s Int’l Real Estate

625 Hermitage Court – Circa 1914

$2,695,000

Completely renovated 1914 Neoclassical home with amazing architectural detail. (Myers Park)

Remarks Public Remarks: Completely renovated 1914 Neoclassical home with amazing architectural detail. Prime Myers Park location, 2 blocks from Duke Mansion
Listing Courtesy of Valerie Mitchener, HM Properties

500 Hermitage Road – Circa 1915

$2,995,000

One of Charlotte’s finest homes. Light filled Tudor on a .76 acre flat, private lot. (Myers Park)

One of Charlotte's finest homes. Circa 1915. Light filled Tudor on a .76 acre flat, private lot.
Listing Courtesy of Patty Hendrix, HM Properties

 3600 Hampton Manor Drive – Circa 1951  

$2,300,000

Incredible opportunity to acquire a piece of Charlotte’s history; the original estate of Hampton Manor. (Hampton Manor)

Incredible opportunity to acquire a piece of Charlotte's history; the original estate of Hampton Manor,
Listing Courtesy of Giles Barker, Premier Sothebys International

215 Ridgewood Avenue – Circa 1935

$2,275,000

Casually elegant Don Duffy signature craftsmanship abounds in fantastic living spaces of this graciously updated estate home. (Myers Park)

Priced at Appraised Value. Casually elegant Don Duffy signature craftsmanship abounds in fantastic living spaces of this graciously updated (2010) Myers Park estate home.
Ivester Jackson | Christie’s Int’l Real Estate

 2100 The Plaza – Circa 1915

$1,095,000

Bishop John C. Kilgo House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (Midwood)

2100 The Plaza
Listing Courtesy of Victoria Mitchener, Dickens Mitchener & Assoc. Inc

1418 Audubon Road – Circa 1955

$1,049,900

Completely renovated Tudor/brick home on large flat lot in Cotswold. (Cotswold)

1418 audobon
Listing Courtesy of Laura Sammons, HM Properties

2404 Laburnum Ave – Circa 1946

$485,000

This Chantilly home has it all,  including a beautiful Master Retreat, hardwood floors, and cooks kitchen. (Chantilly)

Laburnun
Listing Courtesy of Paige Sweet, ProStead Realty

1415 Coventry – Circa 1955

$985,000

Fantastic 1.5 story remodeled Mid-Century home in the heart of Olde Cotswold. (Cotswold)

coventry
Listing Courtesy of Scott Pridemore, Pridemore Properties