Sprawling Waterfront Estate

John-Mark M. Mitchell is selling a haute property. It is the last of the Legacy Estates and this is the first time it has ever been offered to the public. Spanning more than 189 picturesque acres, the estate’s owners placed objects of art on the property as a reflection of their love for the creativity of man. Marketing a unique estate is not an unusual event for Mitchell, the number one luxury home specialist in North Carolina’s “Triad” region. Wayne Yarbrough, the Broker in Charge of Mitchell Prime Properties and the co-marketer of the estate, believes this is the finest property ever offered in the Triad area. The landscaping was conceptualized by Mr. Brooks Wingington, the landscape architect who designed Wheeling Park in West Virginia. Mr. Roy Wallace of Winston-Salem, who conceived many of the area’s large estates, was the architect. The estate encompasses a 9,000+-square-foot main home with breathtaking details, including a 150-year-old Waterford crystal chandelier, as well as a boat house with guest accommodations and a 22-acre lake.

Mitchell is all about being in real estate’s forefront. He has been profiled numerous times, recognized by Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate International and was recently lionized as a “game changer” by Fortune Magazine in January 2016; the only real estate firm owner to be featured. Fitting, as a lion named Mitch is his company logo.

Mitchell’s boutique firm of 16 luxury agents has average sales that are almost double the competition. “I try not to create followers in this company,” says Mitchell. “I like to hire people that would be successful on their own -- I like to be a lion trainer in the business.”

Hear them roar.


John-Mark M. Mitchell

Mitchell Prime Properties




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