Filed under: Estates
Today's house in Marshall, North Carolina is tucked into the Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina. The house can be bought with 215 acres or just five acres but either way you get a rare amount of privacy since the home is surrounded by 157 acres that will remain in permanent conservation easement. The home is 6,400 square feet of living space with a cedar and stone exterior and a lodge-style interior that includes a beautiful great hall with 100-year-old stained glass windows. The home has radiant floor heat, three fireplaces, a magnificent solarium with skylights, private library, and billiards room. The finished basement is home to a climate-controlled wine cellar. Outside, the home includes a hot tub, covered porch and stone terrace. The library has green faux leather walls and built-in shelves and the billiards room on the mezzanine floor has a circular window. The master bedroom has a stone fireplace, walnut floors and a private balcony. The master bath is a bit heavy with its cherry woodwork. There are four additional bedrooms. Other structures on the grounds include a gated greenhouse, tennis court, barn and a 900-square-foot log cabin guest cottage. The home is listed at $3,500,000 with 215 acres or $2,250,000 with five acres.
Gallery: Blue Ridge Mountain Home