This $2.5 million Fort Mill mansion has a village in its basement – including a soda shop, toy store and movie theater

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If you’ve ever been to the Biltmore, you might remember the long cobblestone hallway lined with about a dozen gift shops and eateries. The basement of this $2.5 million home in Fort Mill is sort of like that – complete with brick and stone accents and thematic shops with impressive individual storefronts.

Many mansions have spacious playrooms or even at-home theaters, but this beauty takes bonus rooms to a whole new level – it’s almost like having a small village in your house.

902 Harvest Point basement

The address of the listing is 902 Harvest Pointe – $2.5 million, 12,025 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms on 1.3 acres.

902 Harvest Pointe exterior

This house, which overlooks a nature preserve and sits on the end of a private cul-de-sac, has a ton of gorgeous features on the main levels.

These features include: A two-story foyer, a grand spiral staircase with wrought iron balustrade, a library with mahogany accents, spacious custom closets, stone gas fireplace, an open floor plan and more.

The two main floors are undoubtedly beautiful, but head down to the basement and you’re met with an out-of-this-world entertainment level.

902 Harvest Pointe

A velvet rope leads right to the in-home movie theater.

The movie theater isn’t your typical projector screen and La-Z-Boy recliner combo. This stunner has eight leather movie-theater style seats, a star dusted ceiling and gorgeous gold accents throughout.

902 Harvest Pointe

The pub area features an eye-catching bar shaped like a castle, billiards and plenty of high-top seating.

902 Harvest Pointe

If you aren’t impressed yet (you are), there’s also a soda shop giving off a major retro diner feel.

The space is outfitted with a small kitchen, bar seating and diner-style seating and a menu board. From chrome accents to the red and white leather chairs to the magazine display peppered with classics like LIFE and Highlights, all that’s missing is someone on roller skates serving you a malt shake.

902 Harvest Pointe

The Arcade and Arnold’s Toyshop almost feel like a movie set they’re so perfect. With classic arcade machines and other games, this house is the ultimate entertainment spot for kiddos and adults.

902 Harvest Pointe

Photos courtesy of  Ivester Jackson and Charlotte Drone Company. Real estate tips? If you know of any unusual, interesting or perfect properties for sale or rent, let me know, brianna@charlotteagenda.com. 

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