​Race driver Mark Martin sells home for $2.425 million

18810 Halyard Pointe Lane in Cornelius sold for $2,425,000

​Mark Martin​, one of the biggest names ​i​n NASCAR, ​has sold his house in The Peninsula for $2.425 million.

​The lakefront home, on Halyard Pointe Lane, was on the market a little lover three months. The house has walls of windows over looking 190 feet of shoreline. Inside are state-of the-art automation, artisan millwork, a chef’s kitchen with a commercial range and tongue-in-groove ceilings.

Martin, who last drove the No. 14 Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, listed the house with Dixie Dean of Allen Tate. Martin being Martin, the house has a four-car heated and cooled garage.

Dean listed the house at $2.55 million. It has a total of 5,767 square feet of heated living area. The tax value of the house is $1.75 million. According to Mecklenburg County records, it sold for $2 million in 2013.

Kathleen McMahan of Lake Norman Realty represented the buyers.

In Davidson

A 3,860 square-foot home at 18830 River Falls Drive has sold for $825,000 after being listed at $849,900 by Jan Sipe and Neal Crites at Crites Properties, based in Cornelius.

The two-story traditional home was on the market a little more than three months. The full-brick house has four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and extensive moldings, all in 3,860 square feet of space. There is a three-car garage as well as a resort style heated saltwater pool and spa with three waterfalls and an outdoor fireplace.

The tax value of the 11-year-old home is $603,000.

Joe Puma of Puma & Associates in Cornelius represented the buyers.

In Denver

A lakefront home with a two level dock, a boat ramp and more than 1,100 square feet of composite decking and porches, has sold for $660,125 after being listed at $700,000 by David Henderson of Southern Homes of the Carolinas. The 3,300-square-foot house, which was on the market a little over two months,  has quartz counters in the kitchen, two wood-burning fireplaces and a master bath with a whirlpool tub. Jeana Young of Re/Max Executive represented the buyers. The tax value is $636,130.

In Sherrill’s Ford

A 5,800 square foot home at 9242 Sherbourne Lane in Sherrils Ford has sold for $1.1 million after being listed at $1.15 million by Maria Jacobs of Lake Norman Realty in Mooresville. The lakefront house has a private dock and beach, as well as a firepit and built-in grill in an outdoor entertainment area. There is a two-story great room, an office with a coffered ceiling and an exercise room with a full bath. Located on three-quarters of an acre, the house has a tax value of $1.165 million. Elizabeth Davis, with Keller Williams in Mooresville, brought the buyers to the closing table.

In Sister’s Cove

A new home in the Sister’s Cove lakefront enclave in Mooresville has sold for $1.069 million after being listed at $1.089 million by Shelley Johnson and Craig LePage of Keller Williams in Cornelius. The  four-bedroom, four-bath house, with nearly 4,000 square feet of space, has a master on main, a drop zone/mudroom with a desk.  It was on the market about six month. Sally Parker with Lake Norman Realty represented the buyers.


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