This 19,000 square foot (although it doesn’t look it) bank owned mansion is located at 8407 Wing Bourne in Charlotte, NC. It has been on the market for quite some time and has been reduced by $4 million. It boasts 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 4 finished levels, formal living and dining rooms, library, great room, gourmet kitchen, 4-car above ground garage and a 3-car subterranean garage. It is listed at $3,149,900.

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  • Brandt

    i just have one question.. what’s with that random garage door in the first pic ?




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    • Kenny Forder

      I think that’s the entrance to the subterranean garage.




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    • Venom

      Also a lot of people will have a separate garage so that they can keep a sports car or collectible car in it away from kids and wives that don’t care about opening the car door into your pride and joy.

      My one neighbor has a row of door dings down the side of his 7 series all the same height from his kids opening the doors of his wife’s car into his car. It is the saddest thing to see.




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  • Marcus

    Inside looks ok but the outside looks very odd.




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  • Venom

    Damn, can’t anyone pay for their stuff anymore?




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  • Tay

    My dad lives about a half mile from Quail hollow, Ive driven past the entrance to this neighborhood many times, never gone in though. But yeah he told me about some of the arsons that have taken place too, especially with all the vacant mansions around the Carmel area and other S. Charlotte areas, everytime I go down, there seem to be random vacant mansions popping up in unestablished neighborhoods that get foreclosed and or are never finished, (some of the m very ugly and prime suspects for arson)




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  • Nick

    REJECTED.The exterior is not something extraordinary, while the color of the floors is extremely ugly making this house looking cold, very old and uninviting.Not to mention the lack of the home theater room…

    As the economy teeters between bad and worse, it’s pretty obvious that some relatively rich people can’t handle the situation (and their debts…), thus the foreclosures and the bank owned mansions are a tough consequence…

    More and more people decide to sell their mansions in order to gain profits and money.Last example?Manalapan mayor…Unfortunately the economy nightmare with all its consequences will last for many years…:(




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  • Cole@LavishProperty

    Agree, the exterior is not amazing, but I love the interior. Not a bad price for 19,000 square feet.




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  • Daniel

    I do like the spacious living room. That’s about it for me :/




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  • Grrrowler

    The outside looks a little like a mess. I like the rear facade better than the front, but that storage area (or whatever it is) to the right of the daylight basement is just ugly.

    The inside does not look like 19,000 square feet. There are also some very questionable design choices that have been made. The beam ceiling that doesn’t cover the entire ceiling, the bathroom mirror at waist height (I don’t even want to guess why it’s at that height), and “balconies” in the stairwell that aren’t actually balconies are all very odd. I also don’t like the french doors into the bathroom in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Someone mentioned the lack of a theater, and that is definitely a requirement of mine. But, there is also plenty of room to add one. This all being said, the layout isn’t bad on the two main levels.

    Overall, I have to say “Pass” on this one.




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  • organbrett

    I think the price is good, not a great fan of this one, but I LOVE THAT SHOWER with the Kohler adjustable heads all around and digital temperature setting. I’m relaxing just thinking about it!!! 😉




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