Welcome to 4222 Town and Country, Charlotte's first passive solar home built in 1976. This mid-century modern home was designed and built by lawyer Frank Aycock III and his wife's nephew, Jeff Galloway, who attended The Shelter Institute for a three week intensive study course on the use of passive solar energy. The home faces south and in summer months windows are shaded by expansive five foot overhangs to keep the structure cool. In the winter, the lower rising sun heats the front of the home. Although built in 1976 this home has all the modern convenience including a spacious open floor plan and updated kitchen appliances. For generations this home has attracted artists and master gardeners with its abundance of natural light and native vegetation stretching across just over one acre of prime South Park land. Even though minutes from South Park shopping this home has you feeling as if you are nestled with privacy in the NC mountains with its rolling topography.
Listing courtesy of Premier Sotheby's International Realty.
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