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Home, [extremely] sweet home—for $6.2 million

156 Union Chapel in The Point

July 20. One of the signature mansions on Lake Norman is on the market for $6.2 million — the highest-priced listing in The Point year-to-date. Located at 156 Union Chapel Drive, the Nantucket-inspired residence boasts 345 feet of shoreline.

The 8,081-square-foot home has undergone a year-long renovation by Kingswood Custom Homes.

Interior of 156 Union Chapel

The house has four bedrooms and 6.5 baths, as well as a stately foyer, wood-paneled library, dining room with marble fireplace and a climate-controlled 400-bottle wine room.

There is a saltwater pool, spa and private pier.

Susan Jakubowski of Premier Sotheby’s International has the listing.

“This commanding architectural gem has been transformed into an enchanting lakeside retreat offering fine finishes, transitional design details and open water views,” Jakubowski said.

Lake view 156 Union Chapel


156 Union Chapel bath