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Click on this link http://www.mountainheritage.com/listings/l0006.htmlfor complete photos and information about this Log Home near Waynesville.
This sophisticated rustic Log Home shows a tasteful use of natural materials combined with refined wood, polished granite and delightful fixtures.
You will notice the beautiful 12”, 14”, and 16” round accent logs are hand peeled and are used as accents around the house.
9” round Barna Logs are used in the construction.
The views wrap around the home on all sides. The house orients to the most dramatic sightings with a 270° degree long range view, but the remainder of the 360° degree view is pastoral and mountainous.
This small neighborhood, The Glens of Ironduff, provides easy year round access with paved streets and year round neighbors as well. The knoll top setting shows off the house to its’ best advantage. The wide open views surround the house. There is small but charming creek on the border of the property in a peaceful wooded ravine of big oaks.
The 2.419 acres affords privacy as well as views. The house overlooks a neighbor but no houses feel like they overlook this home. There are neighbors but not right on top of each other.
The quality of construction is evident in all areas of the home. The Barna Logs are upgraded to 9 inch round logs. The thermal pane windows on the main level are sliders that can be opened up like a screen room. There is a Mission theme that runs through out; that seems to blend with the logs without being too fussy. Solid wood beams and hand peeled accent posts offer support in some of the most visible areas of the home. The foyer makes a grand statement and is reminiscent of an indoor forest. The natural tone of the massive log trees adds a unique quality through out.
Approximately 5600 square feet heated
2005 completion, nearly new
4 Bedrooms and 4½ Baths plus a second half bath in the workshop, and a Media room upstairs
Workshop with all the extras in Basement
2 car Garage with storage and utility
Dream Laundry with craft space, and double sink
Two propane furnaces
Two 50 gallon electric water heaters,
also an On - Demand propane water heater for Master suite
Hard wired generator, with separate panel box
Thermal pane windows
Wood, tile and carpet floors
The Grand Room
The first impression is ‘Wow’.
The open Foyer leads through the huge round logs to reach the wide open great room. You will be drawn to look out the floor to ceiling windows to enjoy the views. Then you will realize how beautiful and impressive the room is.
Tongue and groove wood ceilings accented with solid wood beams
Wood floors, Stone Fireplace
Rounded archways lead to Sunroom
French doors to the porches
Lovely sliding energy efficient windows
The fireplace is masonry hand built for use with wood or as a gas log burning fireplace. This masonry construction is hard to find in today’s new construction. The unit is equipped with a turn key for the gas (off or on). There is the option to remove the gas logs and burn wood, according to the owner. The fireplace is constructed of stacked stone from the floor to the ceiling, up two stories high.
A very large area encompasses the kitchen and dining. Heavily beamed ceilings, windows to the view, and French doors to the porch open the kitchen to the outdoors. The gas grill connections are conveniently located on the porch. Much thought went into the design and function of the kitchen.
Thermador double ovens (convection and conventional)
Glass top range with tumbled stone back splash
Island with second sink and stain glass fixtures
Cherry wood Mission style cabinets · from Kraft Maid
· Self close drawers
· Lifting shelf for heavy mixers
· Wine storage
· Glass accent doors with lighting
Butlers’ pantry plus walk in pantry
· Tile and wood floors
· Much storage and many shelves
· Access to Laundry and Garage
Appliances that remain with house
· Stove and Double wall ovens
· Generator Hot Tub and
· Two disposals
· Mowing Tractor available (extra)
The Main Suite
French doors to covered porch with hot tub
Jacuzzi Whirlpool tub
Tile walk in shower with ‘rainfall’ head
Large walk in closet
Stain glass accent fixtures
Open all the windows for a sun porch ambiance
Arched doorway to access from the Grand Room
In the Foyer
Hammered copper bowl sits on a finished furniture Cabinet
3 bedrooms, 3 full baths
with walk in closets
(plus a media room)
Open loft area (for computer/study)
View in both front & back of house
On lower level
Deluxe accommodations for a wood shop, etc.
Plenty of plugs, High voltage
Easy entry – drive in
Huge porch attached
Could be a game room, or???
Heated and cooled
2 car Garage
On main level
Round log posts and railings
Wood ceilings and beams
http://www.mountainheritage.com/listings/l0006.htmlClick HERE to learn more about this Log Home near Waynesville NC home for sale.
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(MAggie Valley, NC real estate) As if we do not have enough to read every day… now I am sending you more things.
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>Lower foreclosure rate in North Carolina
>Higher ‘Affordability Index’ than any time since 1970
>More people moving into North Carolina!!!
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> Nationally, January foreclosure filings decreased
10 percent compared to the previous month.
> In January, the number of foreclosures
occurring in N.C. decreased 29.3 percent when
compared to January 2008. Nationally,
foreclosure rates were 18 percent
higher in January 2009.
> North Carolina continues to descend in
the official ranking of foreclosure rates, and
is 33rd nationally.
> Four states – Nevada, Arizona, California
and Florida – represented 53 percent
of the 274,399 foreclosures in the
U.S. in January.
> North Carolina is consistently at the forefront of
affordable housing. Most recently, Cornelius was
named one of the most affordable suburbs in the
country. Fayetteville and Rocky Mount were both
recognized for high price appreciations.
> In 2008, North Carolina welcomed the
most newcomers (versus loss of
residents) of any state, according
to moving services website
Relocation.com. For every 100 people
leaving, 180 moved in.
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