The $8 Million Lakefront Castle: AKA the Most Expensive Deal in the Charlotte Area
6 bedrooms, 7 baths, and 2 powder rooms adorn this house along with a 60-feet, 70,000-gallon, infinity edge pool. The house gives you a palatial feel from the moment you set your eyes on it.

The castle-inspired mansion, covering around 11,595 square feet is dubbed Grand Lac Chateau. The estate overlooks the gorgeous Lake Norman.

The $7,995,000 asking price for the home made it the most expensive deal in the Charlotte area.

The Chateau incudes turrets, raw stone exterior, and a pitched roofline designed to imitate a castle that the owners saw in the French Countryside. JJ Barja of Elite Design Group did an impeccable job in designing the house and Augusta Homes in building it.

Josh Tucker, the broker for the mansion, described the mansion as, “breathtaking, just incredible.”

The home includes 6 bedrooms, 7 baths, and 2 powder rooms along with a 60-feet, 70,000-gallon, infinity edge pool.

The house gives you a palatial feel from the moment you set your eyes on it. The exquisite castle exterior is mixed with a grandness and the hauntingly beautiful interior that took 3 years to build flawlessly.

Looking inside, white oak hardwood floors with marble paneling cover the foyer, with a grand spiral staircase running up a corner. The walls are decorated with Venetian plaster paint and the 12-foot ceilings add effortlessly to the palatial brand of the home.

The grand staircase of the $8M Charlotte home.

The double-island kitchen stands out with a perfect interplay of lavender blue and stainless-steel themes. The floor is lined with bluish-gray hardwood. An incredible blue range worth $60,000 was imported from France to bedazzle the kitchen.

The suite room inside the mansion is envious with a fireplace, a wet bar, and a vaulted grand ceiling. Heated floors cover the chic bathroom.

But the best part? The innovative closet spans 2 floors with its spiral staircase.

Grand Lac Chateau also includes a 250-bottle wine cellar that keeps a tab on the temperature. A true royalty indeed.

A look into the 250-bottle wine cellar.

The mansion has everything your heart could desire. There is also a men’s lounge with 6 TVs mounted to the wall. This lounge leads to the showroom garage, to spotlight your dream car.

The beauty continues in the landscape outside the mansion with the pool. It offers a sunken fire pit, a 12-person spa, a tanning ledge, and 4,500 square feet of gorgeous decking. The pool area is connected to the basement lounge which holds a spacious bar counter.

Magnificence and splendor spread across, Grand Lac knows how to offer its money’s worth.

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