525 Satulah Road, Highlands, North Carolina NC28741
4 Bedrooms6 Total Baths 1.810 Acres
This historic home and guest cottage were built in 1935 by Linton Young and named "Eyrie I." The name aptly describes its definition: High and remote but commanding. The house and guest house are both listed on the National Registry. Located in the historic Satulah Road district of town with panoramic mountain views and sited on 1.81 acres. All of the hardwood flooring, shiplap walls and wood ceilings and beams are original to the home. The living room has chestnut paneling (pre-wormy). The original stone in the living room fireplace is from Satulah. The home has been completely updated with new electrical and plumbing, new baths, and kitchen. 3 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths in the main house, and 1 bedroom, 1 bath in the guest cottage. The kitchen has professional stainless kitchen appliances with custom cabinets and granite stone accent wall. The master suite has his and hers separate baths and walk-in closets. His shower is a steam shower. Upstairs suite was originally the maid's quarters. The crawl space level could be converted to a rec room, studio, or home office. The duct work is already in place and is currently being used for storage. New cedar shake roof on main house and guest house. Stone walkways and moss covered walls throughout the property with outdoor lighting. Large outdoor deck to enjoy the views. Norman Askins consulted on the renovation of this historic home.
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