22 Oak Sw Drive, Concord, NC 28027


Property Description

Rare find! Chateau inspired home in the middle of Concord. Approximately 5,500 square feet on 2 1/2 floors. The scale of this home is not like anything you have seen before. Once you experience the views, you will want it all! Private residence, or utilize the house as part of an event venue, townhouse community, or exclusive subdivision. This property has so many potential uses. The $975,000 is for the home and 2.6 acres. 17 +/- tract and the house can be purchased for $1,900,000. Some structures are not included in the 2.6-acre tract. This home could also easily be the focal point and amenity center for a townhouse community. With zoning for the various parcels including I-2, C-2 & RV, there is practically no use you can imagine that this property cannot accommodate. The house and 17 +/- acres can be purchased for $1,900,000. Additional tracts directly on Old Charlotte are also available starting at $359,000, some of which are income-producing properties.

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