This unit in Charlotte, North Carolina, hit the market this week at $2.9 million courtesy of NFL free agent Cam Newton. The half-floor residence is part of The Trust, a small, exclusive condominium community situated in the heart of the city’s second ward.
According to public records, the quarterback has owned the property since 2012, and paid $1.2 million for it. The 3,335 square-footer contains three bedrooms and four baths.
The interiors freely mix finished modern style and loft style design elements. Unfinished ceilings in the open-concept shared living space give the place a potent industrial feel, with raw beams and joists, and open ductwork and plumbing, helping to voice its identity. Floors in wide-plank oak add considerable warmth, and a divider in etched glass panels brings a rather complex ornamental flourish to the mix.
The master suite is unusually large for a condo of this size; it features a well-proportioned bedroom, a bath with a glass-walled shower and a soaking tub, and a walk-in closet and dressing room. Other amenities of the home include a small wet bar, a spa, and exterior terrace space.
And, while not a material fact, Michael Jordan lives a couple of stories up in a full-floor penthouse.