The Most Expensive Home in Charlotte’s History Just Listed – A $12.9 Million Mega-Condo





Charlotte’s real estate market has hit a new milestone with the listing of its most expensive home ever – and it’s a condo.

Situated at 310 Arlington Ave., this unique property is housed within the historic Lance Cracker factory building, known for its distinctive exposed brick, expansive factory-style windows, and soaring 14-foot ceilings.

The massive condo is the result of merging eight smaller units over several years into one sprawling 9,300 square foot space, is now on the market for $12.9 million.

The luxury unit is adorned with exposed wood beams, brick walls throughout, polished hardwood floors, and includes seven bathrooms.

It also comes with eight covered parking spaces, a rare find in the increasingly crowded SouthEnd.

The condo offers prospective buyers the allure of Uptown’s vibrant energy with the convenience of walkability to an array of restaurants, stadiums, shops, and art galleries.

This listing not only sets a new benchmark for luxury living in Charlotte but also reflects the city’s growing appeal for grandeur and opulence.

What do you think of the unit?

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