A cozy level entrance on a mountain top saves all the spectacular views for the visitor to see upon entering this vacation and future retirement mountain home. The house has distant views of the mountain range and a closer view to the Pisgah National Forest. The six-acre site provides privacy for the views from the side decks, patios, and pool. As the house steps toward the view, the slope provides for a second level on the view side. Construction materials included horizontal wood siding and rock work on the exterior and vaulted ceilings with natural wood trim and cabinetry on the interior.
Photographer: Marc Lamkin Photography
Builder: Stanley Pension Construction
Landscape Designer: Arbor Engineering
Pinnacle Living Magazine, Mountain Home Awards 2008 (Gold Award)