Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Raymond Felton is ready to lob his North Carolina mansion to a new owner.
On the market for $2.2 million, the massive, 11,000-square-foot home is completely custom-built and sits on over an acre of land.
“This house has literally everything,” says co-listing agent Harry Thorpe. “It’s a true estate.”
The home hasn’t been on the market long, but it’s buzzing with activity, he adds.
“This home was built back when custom builders were really showing what they were capable of,” says Thorpe.
All six bedrooms are en suite, and the house is a completely self-contained entertainment hub. Like to work out? Check out the full gym. Is shooting some pool more your style? The billiard table awaits (with space for a full bar).
Or perhaps use the chef’s kitchen to whip up snacks, and check out a film in your very own home theater. For those who love reading by the fire, step inside the library, which is furnished with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and a rolling ladder.
If taking in fresh air is more your speed, this home also has you covered. Spring and summer in North Carolina are ideal for outdoor living, and this estate doesn’t disappoint.
“The veranda out back has a complete kitchen,” says Thorpe. There’s also a sweet pool, spa, and fire pit.
The mansion’s interior features spiral staircases with wrought-iron railings in intricate designs. The main living space features walls with stone detailing.
“This house is going to be the next owner’s showpiece,” says Thorpe. And for just $2.2 million? Seems like a slam dunk.
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