A waterfront treasure in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, ready to go to auction with no reserve in December.
A unique 8,622-square-foot estate listed at $13.9 million and considered one of the most expensive coastal residences in the state, according to Mansion Global, is “inspired tropical modernist designs by Hawaiian contemporary architect Uladzimir Osifov with a timeless mid-century touch,” according to a press release.
According to the listing on Sotheby’s International Realty, the four-bedroom, six-bathroom estate, which is billed as “a modern engineering marvel as timeless as its surrounding views,” has many outstanding interior and exterior features, including:
“No detail or expense was spared in the construction of this property,” listing agent Sam Crittenden said in a release. “From the geothermal mechanical system, Crestron Home Automation and PV system to the sheer quality of materials and craftsmanship, this home was built to last for generations to come.”
The spectacular home was designed by its owner, Christopher Parker, who teamed up with North Carolina architect Michael Ross Kersting, according to Mansion Global.
“Just as the world’s finest art, automobiles and antiques are sold at auction, so is luxury real estate,” listing agent Nick Phillips said in a release.
“Working with Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions to sell 1 Auditorium Circle creates an extraordinary opportunity to maximize the property’s value and ultimately find the home’s next owner.”
Bidding opens on December 9 and runs through December 14 at Sotheby’s in New York and online at Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions. casothebys.com.
Wrightsville Beach is about 100 miles southeast of Fayetteville.