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Thoughtful architecture, quality construction, careful conservation and unmatched location are the distinctive hallmarks of Foxcroft Place —
an enclave of private residences that have been to blend seamlessly within the sprawling estate grounds of the historic, century-old Frank R. McNinch House.

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THE RESIDENCES AT FOXCROFT

Designed under the vigilant eye of Preserve Mecklenburg historical society, Foxcroft’s enclave of eight private residences will be a delightful complement to the revitalization and preservation of the historic McNinch House and estate grounds. Much of the land surrounding McNinch House and the Foxcroft Place Residences will be elegantly landscaped and placed into a preservation easement that will assure its protection in perpetuity.

SOUTHPARK LOCATION

Located just a short drive from Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, in the highly sought-after SouthPark area, Foxcroft Place is truly at the heart of it all. Minutes from upscale shopping, hundreds of restaurants, excellent schools, family activities and all the bustling city of Charlotte has to offer.  

TIMELESS ARCHITECTURE

Inspired by the historical splendor of the McNinch House, the Foxcroft Place Residences are designed in the traditional colonial style balanced with key modern touches. The floorplans also feature traditional architectural elements while the overall designs will bring current indulgences like oversized master suites, open living areas and delightful outdoor living spaces.

MANICURED GROUNDS

Foxcroft Place is devoted to the revitalization of the historic McNinch estate grounds. With a sharp focus on preserving mature, native trees and maintaining as much green space as possible while restoring the grounds to their former glory and beyond, Foxcroft Place will transform the landscape into intentional, lush, vibrant estate gardens.

The McNinch Estate & Grounds

A LIVING HISTORY

The McNinch House was originally home to Frank Ramsay McNinch and his wife, Hulda Groome McNinch. Built nearly 100 years ago in what was then rural, open farmland on (unpaved) Sharon Lane just outside Charlotte, N. Carolina, McNinch House is a stately Colonial Revival-style home that is said to have been inspired in part by Mt. Vernon.
Frank McNinch was a lawyer by training and a captivating orator who became a celebrated mayor of Charlotte, then rose the political ranks in Washington, D.C. after supporting Herbert Hoover in the 1928 presidential election. Mr. McNinch was a staunch supporter of Prohibition; an early advocate for fresh air and exercise which led him to designate many parks, playgrounds and green spaces around Mecklenburg County; and he once made the cover of TIME Magazine.

Homes of the Highest Caliber

What will always stand the test of time? Classic lines, quality craftsmanship, and the inherent trust that comes with decades of experience. Foxcroft Place Residences have been thoughtfully designed through a partnership between Terranova Group and the Preserve Mecklenburg society to include ageless architecture and the finest materials. Built with great care and attention to detail to ensure they will live on for centuries, just as the McNinch House has. 

Private Outdoor Living

In addition to its intentional masterplanning and careful placement of its Residences, Foxcroft Place has evaluated the McNinch Estate grounds in great detail, carving out purposeful, perpetual green spaces in the form of community gardens and privacy buffers that will be preserved and maintained forever. 

Sublime, Spacious Insides

Crafted with great attention to detail, each of the Foxcroft Residences makes use of timeless design elements while enhancing the living spaces to meet modern desires. Floorplans feature open living and entertaining spaces, oversized master suite with all the trimmings, media room, and more.

The Finest Finishes

Taking inspiration from the historic McNinch House, each Foxcroft Residence is designed to capture the essence of classical architecture and employs the finest craftsmanship. You’ll find unique elements like skewback Camber Arch lintels above the windows, flared and hipped roof details, substantial moldings and trimwork. 

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Since 2011, The Terranova Group has been creating and revitalizing neighborhoods through residential development and construction.

Lifestyle driven; Terranova communities embrace breathing room. Offering innovative floor plans, quality interior and exterior finishes, and inviting streetscapes that encourage a community-focused atmosphere.

The Terranova Group carefully crafts homes to fit the lifestyles of a variety of individuals. From active adult living to urban revitalization for young professionals, Terranova builds brick by brick with the buyer in mind.

Terranova Group

Foxcroft Place Developer

Lucy Butler has a long history both in Charlotte, and at Cottingham Chalk where she has been a Top Producer since 1990.

Lucy is a self-proclaimed house-a-holic. She studied architecture and landscape architecture at the University of Virginia, and she loves everything about houses, both inside and out.

The winning combination of her architecture background and real estate experience makes her the ideal person to expertly guide buyers through the ownership process at Foxcroft Place.

704.996.2423 (cell)  |  lbutler@cottinghamchalk.com

Lucy Butler

Realtor / Broker, Cottingham Chalk

FOXCROFT PLACE

Address

2401 Sharon Lane,
Charlotte, NC 28211

Contact

Lucy Butler, Realtor
704.996.2423 cell phone
lbutler@cottinghamchalk.com

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