Located on an estate that was part of an original land grant from the King of England, the home was built after the Civil War by Confederate Major General Robert F. Hoke as his summer residence on the property of the Lithia Inn. The estate is located 30 miles from downtown Charlotte and the cities international airport The property has views of the #17 hole and pond and adjoins the Lincoln County Country Club. The property is 2 parcels for the 5.28 acres. A 1500 square foot wraparound porch is the defining feature of the front entry.12-10' ceilings, original heart pine floors, original "wavy glass" windows add character to the light flooded home.The spacious family room features a wood-burning stacked,field-stone fireplace with custom heart-pine mantle, milled from a tree on the property. Custom cabinetry and mill work are found in nearly every room.Gardening aficionados will appreciate the extensive plantings,landscaping & hardsacpe features such as stacked-stone and brick pathways.