MOORESVILLE – The first thing you notice when you step across the threshold at 207 Mayfair Road is the panoramic lake view.

The stucco-and-stone house boasts three stories of patio space overlooking a saline pool and spa that glimmers like a turquoise jewel in the sun.

“It’s landscaped so that you don’t even see neighbors on either side,” Lake Norman Realty Realtor Julie Jones said. “It’s totally private.”

From coffered ceilings in the living room to granite countertops in the master bath, the $2.6 million luxury home even has extra garage space for a golf cart and water toys.

On the trip downstairs, Superman and James Bond movie posters lead the way to the nine-seat home theater.

“With the press of one button, this all comes on,” Jones said, motioning to the red velvet curtains reminiscent of old-time Broadway.

Built in 2004, the 6,700-square-foot home includes four bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths. There’s also a billiards room, a spacious bar with neon signs proclaiming “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere” and a dizzying array of televisions. Those TVs, like one in the living room that allows for 3D viewing, are included in the asking price.

Jones said the owners are even willing to negotiate the home’s furniture into the deal. Their artistic style comes through in a golden powder room with trees, birds and butterflies stenciled across the walls and a light fixture made to look like a birdcage hanging above. 

The home has been on and off the market for a little under a year.  

A sales representative from The Trump Organization chose it as the sole house in The Point to tour for a prospective client when Eric Trump visited Trump International Realty Charlotte in June, Jones said.  

She’s been a Realtor for 27 years, beginning her work in Gastonia before moving with her husband to Davidson.

“The best part is meeting all the interesting people. It’s social,” she said. “And then you have to go back to the office to crank out the paperwork.”