Two homes on the same street in Norton Commons were sold in early September. One of the homes was new construction, and the other was built in 2020. Both were purchased for more than $800,000.
Those are just two of the six homes we have in our latest most expensive home sales gallery. This time, I’ve included the five top sales during the period of Sept. 5 through Sept. 11, as well as one bonus sale that was missed in one of our earlier roundups.
Check those out in the gallery below.
No. 5 (For the period of Sept. 5-11)
Address: 7601 Wolfpen Glen Court
Seller: Robert Charles Mason and Todd William Mason et al.
Buyer: Emily Greenwell Blaiklock and Ian Blaiklock
That “bonus” home is pretty impressive though — I wrote about it earlier this year. The 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom home at 7101 Covered Cove Way in Prospect was originally listed for $2.6 million and sold for $1.82 million at the end of August.
It has an indoor swimming pool, a recreation room, a home theater, a six-car heated garage and a two-bedroom attached apartment for multigenerational living. In total, the home has nearly 15,000 square feet on a 4.3-acre lot, which is adjacent to the 18-hole private golf course of the Hunting Creek Country Club.
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In other fancy house news, take a look at this French-chateau inspired property in Edgewood, Kentucky.
As I reported last week, the mansion spans 15,000 square feet, and features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, five fireplaces, intricate millwork and gold and copper leaf accents. The outdoor amenities include an infinity pool, spa, hot tub, expansive gardens and a pool house complete with separate living quarters, according to a news release.
It will be auctioned, with no reserve, at 11 a.m. Oct. 14.