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Rare Opportunity to Own Resort-Like Estate on Lake Norman in North Carolina to be Auctioned on October 21st

Rare Opportunity to Own Resort-Like Estate on Lake Norman in North Carolina to be Auctioned on October 21st

10/05/2017

Rare Opportunity to Own Resort-Like Estate on Lake Norman in North Carolina to be Auctioned on October 21st

The Waterfront Property Boasts 650 Feet of Shoreline and 21,000+ Square Feet of Living Space

127 Thurstons Way, nicknamed The Blue Door Inn, is a four-bedroom, nine-bathroom home located in Mooresville, NC that will be sold at auction by Elite Auctions without reserve on October 21, 2017. The 11,547-square-foot estate is situated on a peninsula in Lake Norman’s most prestigious private residential development, The Point.

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Grand Entrance of 127 Thurstons Way (Photo: Business Wire)

Grand Entrance of 127 Thurstons Way (Photo: Business Wire)

The Blue Door Inn’s jaw-dropping views of the lake, custom-antique flooring, vaulted ceilings and overall grandeur are a few of the many reasons it’s known as the finest home on Lake Norman. Buyers will be impressed with the home’s design and location, which will make for an exciting auction on October 21st,” said Randy Haddaway, President and Founder of Elite Auctions. “The Blue Door Inn is the largest home in its gated community, The Point, and it offers the most amenities, including a wine cellar, a show car garage, an artist studio and two game rooms.”

The Blue Door Inn is situated on two acres of land and features a spacious front yard with lush shrubbery, native trees and colorful flowers. The home’s extended concrete driveway leads to a large white gate, which opens to a circular parking area and a two-car garage. Designed to mimic a traditional New England beach house, the home’s exterior features stone and wood cladding, a gray shingle roof and a signature sky blue front door.

Upon entering the home, guests are greeted by a formal dining room with a double-height cathedral ceiling adorned by dual crystal chandeliers. Focal points of the room include a 19th century replica fireplace flanked by two antique New England pews and an oversized floor-to-ceiling arched window offering a view of the infinity edge pool and Lake Norman.

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