Charlotte, North Carolina. This six-bedroom home in Quail Hollow was custom-built in 1976. The house has hardwood floors, three fireplaces, a curved staircase, built-ins, skylights, floor-to-ceiling windows, a vaulted great room and banquet-size dining room, a brick-floored chef’s kitchen, a library, two decks, and a two-car garage.
The wooded lot features a backyard with a patio, a lawn, and a wooden playhouse on stilts. $1,195,000. Peggy Peterson, HM Properties, (704) 904-6279.
Pinecrest, Florida. Built in 1975, this six-bedroom home near Biscayne Bay is laid out on a split-bedroom plan with flexible-use rooms. The interior features recessed lighting, natural-wood cabinetry, stone and wood floors, a wet bar, a recreation room, and a family room with French doors to the back.
The gated, landscaped lot has a pool, a lighted tennis court, a patio with barbecue, and a chickee hut. $2,445,000. William Meyersohn, Brown Harris Stevens, (305) 668-1629.
Charlottesville, Virginia. A classic midcentury-modern home, this 1972 three-bedroom is crafted inside and out with redwood, glass, and Brazilian slate and cork flooring. Details include custom cabinetry, a wine refrigerator, and a soapstone soaking tub.
The 54-acre mountaintop property, 15 minutes from town, has Ragged and Blue Ridge Mountain views, a private …read more
Source:: The Week – Lifestyle