This lovely brick and stone home is located in the planned community of “Hollingsworth Park at Verdae” in Greenville, NC and was the “2012 Inspiration Home”. It was built by Milestone Custom Homes and features a 2-story foyer with staircase, formal dining room, 2-story great room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace, home office, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, covered patio with fireplace off of great room, home theater, indoor full-court basketball cour with viewing balcony, recreation room with wet bar, play room with stage and secret room, lower level terrace, swimming pool with spa and water slide and a children’s playground.

*The home is not on the market

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  • dl

    Hm.. I like the interior exterior nto so much— and they don’t work together at all.




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  • Daniel

    Inspiration home? The only thing that could have inspired the interior was a visit to any new build in London.




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  • rob

    I like the house. Very quaint. I like the exterior color scheme, kind of like a german cottage feel to it. Really surprised to see this in Greenville. Looks high quality and has a much more urbane decorating scheme than I would expect. I like the pool and the basketball court and the led theater. Whoever built this house has traveled to New York and London and taken their decorating cues from the big cities. Really wonder what the price is, since this is not New York or LA, what does a great home like this go for in Greenville?




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  • puresouthern

    Love the outside and quite like the inside (except for waht appears to be grey paneling) However, the inside wasn’t what I was expecting for this house they somehow dont seem to go together. I was expecting warm woods with this house not the Hamptons. Separately I like them.




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    • dl

      I agree. This interior would work in a very easy coast house. Either like Shingle Style Nantucket or like white brick Georgian. But this exterior doesn’t fit the interior. I myself don’t care for the exterior much… but the two together is a very odd match to me.




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t even know where to begin with the exterior. There are too many different competing design elements; it looks like someone reached into a grab bag and pulled out a bunch of different styles, then combined them into this. The interior is nicer, and has what looks like some nice spaces. As has been pointed out, the interior just doesn’t fit the exterior.




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    • Mak

      Once again, I completely agree with you Grrrowler.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    If you like a lot of browns mixed in with some dull greens, then this “Bud” is for you. This is one of the worse decors in light years. I can not believe they would call this a mansion, but it is some kind of structure.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    This one is for a person who likes a lot of browns mixed with dull greens and pales. This is one of the worse decors I have seen in light years. It is a structure of some kind, but I can not believe they call it a mansion. I imagine this “Bud” would be for someone(s).




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  • Venom

    Not a great home, but not a terrible one either. Lots of nice amenities. The rear is nice but it needs a bigger pool and an elevator would be nice.




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  • Brandon @ Southgate

    This house is actually in Greenville, SOUTH Carolina.




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  • Slimken