See how Charlotte's 1828 farmhouse is filled with old-fashioned country charm

In the charming southern town of Charlotte, North Carolina, lies this historic plantation home with a rich past and promising future. Built in 1828, this farmhouse has since seen careful and respectful remodels and updates by Simonini Homes that effortlessly combine traditional historical character with modern luxury and convenience.
In addition to the home's beautiful interior and many relaxing porches is a wonderful surrounding property. A pool, cabana bath and covered patio all provide spaces for outdoor entertaining and fun surrounded by picturesque views.
This unique wraparound front and side porch is just one of the features of this home that make it truly one of a kind. Can't you already imagine yourself sitting in one of those rocking chairs, with a good book and glass of iced tea in hand?
This country home's interior is no less impressive. This room features just one of the home's many fireplaces and countless windows for abundant natural light.
This elegant sitting room features some of the original pine paneling that can be seen throughout the house. Traditional styling, such as antique upholstered chairs and intricate woven rugs, help to emphasize the rich historical integrity of the space.
The formal dining room in this home, known as the William Lee House, is elaborately decorated with a nod to the time when the house was built. Featuring hand-hewn timbers, this room truly makes the home a showpiece.
Traditional kitchen furnishings, such as clean white islands and hardwood cabinetry, combine seamlessly with the rustic country aesthetic of the metal lights that are featured in this country kitchen. What a beautiful place to share a meal with your family!
This bedroom, one of six in this gorgeous southern farmhouse, includes tall windows that allow for ample natural light. An antique distressed headboard combines with stately pieces such as this chandelier light fixture to create a room that is unquestionably elegant while still maintaining the essence of country comfort.
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