Listing courtesy of Nestlewood Realty, LLC
Step back in time to discover the meticulously restored Barnhardt-Cramer Estate, a 1.05-acre haven in Midwood's Cramer's Pond. Originally owned by cotton magnate Charles Barnhardt, the Colonial Revival masterpiece was designed by architect Martin E. Boyer Jr. in 1939. In 2019, Mermans Architecture & Grandfather Homes collaborated on the extensive renovation. The vibrancy of the original design and the possibilities of renewal was captivating, but also an endured labor of love. The 2-story modern addition is a striking contrast to the original design but thoughtfully blended with multiple points of openness and connectivity. The 3-year process was permitted through the Historic Landmarks Commission including full environmental remediation and replacing all mechanical systems. Once fully completed in 2022, the home was awarded Axios Charlotte’s 2023 Home of the Year. This unique opportunity is ready for its next owner to enjoy a rare collision of historical elegance yet modern luxury.
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