A record $ 11 million Outer Banks home hits market



(Courtesy of Mattingly / Melanie Day Real Estate)

COROLLA, NC (WNCN) – A record-breaking $ 11 million house was put on the market on the Outer Banks of North Carolina last week.

The estate is the most expensive listed home in Outer Banks history, according to the Outer Banks Association of Realtors. The nine bedroom home at Corolla features 250 square feet of secluded beach with private beach access.

Inside, the house has nine bedrooms – each with its own bathroom – spread over three floors. The living room is an open concept centered around a large expansive room with windows that overlook the ocean, a press release described.

The dining room faces Currituck Sound.

Outside, the house has ramped terraces that roll up for a 360 degree view. There is also a saltwater swimming pool and a poolside bar. Golfers will also appreciate a five-hole putting green. A luxury fireplace and screened-in lanai provide options for relaxing after the sun goes down.

Other amenities include:

  • A home cinema that can accommodate more than 10 people
  • Two gas fireplaces
  • A sauna that can accommodate six people
  • A recreation room with a pool table, shuffleboard and table football
  • A solarium
  • A garage for two cars
  • An elevator

According to the mortgage calculator on Bankrate.com, paying monthly on a 30-year loan with a 20% down payment and an interest rate of 2.75% will cost north of $ 43,000 per month.


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