Charming historic bungalow in Myers Park. The Norman Cocke house (past president of Duke Power) was built in 1914. Lake Norman was named after Mr. Cocke. Steps away from the Duke Mansion. A piece of Charlotte history that has been respectfully preserved and lovingly maintained. 10' ceilings on main, larger entry/parlor, grand dining room and spacious living room with wood burning fireplace. Kitchen was updated in 1990s and sunroom was enclosed and made part of the house. Beautiful wood floors up and down, original windows and handsome moldings throughout. Second floor has 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Master suite with walk in closet and dressing room. Current owners added a detached artist studio/carriage house with full bath and walk up attic, skylights and vaulted ceiling. Private covered side porch and lush landscaping.
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|Bathrooms:||3 Full, 1 Half|
|High School:||Myers Park|
|Parking:||Parking Space - 4+|
|Structure Type:||Two Story|
|HVAC:||Central,Heat Pump,Heat Pump,See Remarks|
|Listing Courtesy Of:||Helen Adams Realty|