2005 Lombardy Circle in the heart of Dilworth is about different kinds of connections. How about being connected to your neighborhood, to your friends and most of all to yourself. The great thing about living in a truly walkable neighborhood like Dilworth is you feel connected and unplugged at the same time.
Living on Lombardy Circle you’re literally a couple minute walk to some of Charlotte’s new and best restaurants Kid Cashew – lamb burger is a must (great patio dining too), Lewboski’s bar is legendary (make your own memories here), Babalu try the De Pato (braised duck tacos) and JJ’s Red Hots arguably the best hot dog…anywhere! Oh and shopping too…all just a short stroll from your front door. Oh and don’t forget MayoBird a great healthy and delicious lunch stop!
Afterwards why not stroll around Freedom Park – yes Charlotte’s largest park is literally steps from your front door. There are walking trails, a lake and the park is very dog friendly. And you’ll never have to worry about parking for two of Charlotte’s best traditions Festival in the Park and The Greek Festival!
So you might be thinking well the neighborhood is great but what about the house? The house is the best part of all…Charlotte architect Hal Tribble cleverly designed a home that makes you feel connected to the outdoors and private at the same time. Tribble is one of North Carolina’s top modernist architects. He is responsible for some of North Carolina’s most interesting and innovative residential and commercial properties. NC Modernist has a dedicated page – check it out http://www.ncmodernist.org/tribble.htm
Tribble’s design is genius mixing modern open style with private spaces. The entire second floor is a master living suite with bedroom, bath, study/den and private balcony. Large windows and the balcony allow tons of light in without sacrificing privacy.
The first floor is perfect for entertaining or simply relaxing at the end of your work day. That’s right start the day with coffee and end with a margarita! The main floor is fabulous with open dining and living areas. But the star is the chef’s kitchen with windows all around and a large butcher block island with all the high end appliances you’d expect! You can entertain friends without ever leaving the kitchen and adjacent patio – I know I’ve done it!
So bottom line 2005 Lombardy Circle is all about feeling connected in so many ways. All you have to do is decide how you want to connect or disconnect! The best news is the home is available for sale – call or text Mike Gibbons at Savvy + Co. Real Estate at 704-517-5417.
This post was original posted on www.ModernHomesCharlotte.com.