This 21,000 square foot mansion overlooks the 18th hole of the North Ridge Country Club. The owner of the home, investor Wendy Painter, received the home after her divorce from Dean Painter. Dean made his fortune when he sold his computer leasing company, CLG, to Centura Bank. If the mansion were to sell, it would be the priciest home sale in Raleigh history. The mansion contains 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 9 fireplaces, commercial sized kitchen used for catering events, a grand foyer with two staircases on either end, a grand parlor, a den, a loggia, a dining room, a game room, 2 elevators, 2 offices, a gym with spa, a tanning room, a wine cellar, and a swimming pool with terrace.
This 21,000 square foot stately mansion is one of 11 homes located in Interlaken, a 70 acre private and gated community. The smallest home in this development is around 8,000 square feet. The home had was owned by Keshavpal Reddy and his wife. They tried for close to 10 years to sell the home in which they tried listing it online, with a realtor, and putting it up for auction. The home was finally sold to a couple who had ties with the surrounding area. The 4 floor home contains a grand staircase, a total of 35 rooms, a 5-car garage, and a swimming pool with waterfall.
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