Best architecture: Old-world chateau in south Charlotte

Best architecture: Old-world chateau in south Charlotte

Photo by Loli Photography, courtesy of Arcadia Homes

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This French-inspired home features barreled brick ceilings, among other sophisticated architectural details. Meet this year’s finalist for best architecture.

Style in 3 words: Eclectic, chic, modern.

The house: This French chateau, located near Carmel Country Club, is approximately 8,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 5 full baths and 2 half baths.

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Design: The authenticity of old-world architecture blended with modern day amenities and style are a stunning combination. This home is draped in elegance with a casual edgy flair.

Best room: The best room in the house is the kitchen because it is just as stylish as it is functional. With its stunning barreled brick ceiling and the custom hand-made island, no detail was left unimagined. It also boasts a well-appointed secondary prep kitchen, making this space an absolute dream for cooking and entertaining.

Bonus: This home also features a 700-square-foot golf simulator room with state-of-the-art technology.

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The shape of the ceiling, stone accent wall and herringbone floors in the entry are just the beginning of beauty in this house.

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I love how the staircase’s curves soften and compliment the edgy chandelier.

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The barreled ceiling, exposed beams, arches and stone walls create so much architectural interest in the main living area. But the muted colors keep it from being overwhelming.

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Interesting ceiling lines, an over-sized headboard, and fun light fixtures pack a lot of power in this primary suite. 

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Design team: Arcadia Homes, Inc.; Smith Slovik Residential Design; Lucy & Company.

See all 2021 finalists.

Photos by Loli Photography, courtesy of Arcadia Homes.

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