If you’re a homebuyer looking to go big — 10,000-square-feet, five bedrooms and seven bathrooms big, to be exact — this stately home at the edge of Falls Lake might do the trick.
This sweeping Wake Forest estate at 2115 Rolling Rock Road is a naturally private residence, sitting on a 405,279-square-foot lot surrounded by forest a few hundred feet from the southeastern edge of Falls Lake.
It’s currently listed on the market by for a cool $2.1 million.
The two-story home is located down a path through the woods, where a large entrance with tall pillars overlooks a front yard and a circular driveway.
Inside, there’s a dramatic stairway in the open foyer that takes people to the second floor.
The house features a spacious living room, a “chef’s dream kitchen” with granite countertops and a master bedroom with a tiled bathroom. The master bathroom features a hot tub surrounded by four wooden pillars in addition to a sauna.
In all, the house has 12 rooms, which include a dressing room, sun room, home theater, home office, a fitness room, a study room and a walk-in pantry.
The home was listed by Stephanie Mann at EXP Realty.
The house, originally built in 1999, features huge bay windows and a large back deck overlooking the backyard, which has a second driveway for a five-car garage.
A 3,000-square-foot basement features a spa room with a jacuzzi, game room space, a bar, kitchen and a home theatre room with seats.
The home has appreciated in price by 31% since it was originally sold in 2006 for $1.6 million, Wake County records show.
In the first three months of this year, 153 homes have been sold for over $1 million in the greater Triangle market. That’s more than double the number of homes sold compared to the same period in 2020, in which 75 were sold.