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Rare opportunity to own a 44-acre eco-friendly estate minutes from Bryson City, Outside of Asheville
April 19, 2020 at 11:29am | Leah Graham Stewart
Rare opportunity to own a 44-acre mountain top estate bordered by state wildlife lands and only minutes from Bryson City. This property’s three unique residences create the perfect spot for entertaining large groups or hosting family reunions. The
main residence is an exquisite home designed and built by New Zealand craftsmen. Its smooth plaster walls cover the unique straw bale and post and beam construction. The home exemplifies open-air with vaulted ceilings with clearstory windows and concrete
flooring that breathes cool air through the summer. In the winter the concrete floor’s radiant heating and large wood burning fireplace warm the residence. The open kitchen is filled with a chef’s dream of luxury appliances. It opens onto the dining
area, which seamlessly flows onto the outdoor deck providing both covered and uncovered dining and relaxing space. The sounds of the river and breathtaking mountain views complete the feeling of bringing the outdoors and indoors seamlessly together.
In addition to the main house there is a unique corten steel clad guesthouse and a Pacific yurt, if you really want to experience sleeping in the woods. Enjoy the private trails that wind through the hardwood forest to the banks of the Little
Tennessee River. From this unique property you are only moments away from the Nantahala Outdoor Center, Bryson City’s unique shops and restaurants, Fontana Lake, the trails at Tsali, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and the Appalachian Trail.
John Muir said it best, “Nature is calling and I must go.”