Peninsula mansion sells for $6.25 million

Photo: Canopy listing service

June 22. A home on Flying Jib Road in The Peninsula has sold for $6,250,000.

The six-bedroom, 9,894-square-foot mansion on Lake Norman across from the Peninsula Yacht Club changed hands last week for a cool $632 per square foot.

The home was listed by Lance Carlyle of Cornelius-based Carlyle Properties.

The home on Flying Jib was built in 2007. According to a real estate listing, the gated, three level home sits on 1.3 acres with over 550 feet on the lake. It is assessed at $4.67 million, according to Mecklenburg County tax records.

What do you get for $6.25 million?

—The kitchen is outfitted with Subzero, 48” Wolf range, Meile double ovens and built-in espresso machine.

—Main level owner’s suite has oversized closets, washer and dryer and a morning bar.

Photo: Canopy listing service

—Water views from every room in the home.

—The outdoor living space includes a pool and spa, bocce ball court, sandy beach and fire-pit.

—Outdoor kitchen with a one-of-a-kind pizza oven.

—Nine baths (six full, three partial).

—Elevator, Tesla hookup, heated floors, private dock with automatic boat cover.

The sellers are Greg and Sheryl Provenzano. The buyers are spouses Riaz Syed and Amena Nasreen.

Record price

Lakefront estates are garnering record prices. The Flying Jib deal set a new one for this year.

In October, a stunning 7,800-square foot waterfront home at 16914  Belle Isle Drive changed  hands at $5.25 million, which was the  highest price for a residential sale to that date in 2020 in Cornelius.

Belle Isle estate: $5.25 million


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