This magnificent waterfront home, nicknamed “The Blue Door Inn”, is located at 127 Thurstons Way in Mooresville, NC. It was built in 2007 and is situated on 2 acres with 600 feet of shoreline on Lake Norman. It features between  11,300 and 13,300 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 5 half bathrooms, foyer with grand staircase, elevator, formal living and dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, study, gym, billiards room with wet bar, home theater, wine cellar and a 5-car garage. It is listed at $9,500,000, making it one of the most expensive homes for sale in the entire state.

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  • rob

    9.5 mill for this in North Carolina on a lake? What a joke. I could find you 3, three million dollar houses on the coast and each one would be better than this. I could find a couple of magnificent mountain estates for a fourth this price and I could find you some massive plantations in South Carolina with hundreds of acres including waterfront and hunting for less than this. Maybe they meant 950,000 and this is just a misprint.




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  • Daniel

    The porthole dormer is annoying. Interior has some neat bits. Photographer needs to stop looking to Instagram for inspiration.




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  • Grrrowler

    How does a house have between 11,300 and 13,300 square feet? Is it expandable?

    The front is a confused mess, and the garage door (which could have easily been relocated) doesn’t help. The location looks nice. There are some nice moments in the interior, but it doesn’t excite me. The square light fixture seen through the circular stair opening is jarring, and I can only imagine what someone was thinking when they hung those bathroom curtains.




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    • Kenny Forder

      meaning they just don’t know the correct square footage =P




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  • C

    This house was designed by some big name architect. I don’t remember who, but I remember seeing this house on the market a while back and then also seeing it on the architect ( who was like an LA and NY big wig- website and being a lil surprised this random NC house was his. I have a feeling someone involved with NASCAR owns it.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This, for the most part, doesn’t impress me. The placement of the garage doors (and the weird dormer above the entryway) ruins the facade. Most of the interior is pretty middle of road…pleasant in a vague way. I do really like the 5-car garage, though…brick flooring and pressed tin ceiling look fabulous. I also like the connection to the home via double glass doors w/ sidelights and outdoor-style lighting elements…looks neat. The car collection definitely raised my eyebrows…a Ferrari 250, a modern BMW Z8 and an old Cobra? Very nice. Wish I could tell what the black one in back was…




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    • Venom

      Mercedes Benz SL.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    The Blue Door Inn? It sounds like a brothel in Rio.
    The architecture is unambiguously ugly, with that ridiculous dormer like a crowning middle finger.




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  • lambskin

    I am sure in person it looks better but I do not like at all.




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