Luxury Real Estate on the Mountain in North Carolina for $3.36 Million

A house on the hill always has the potential to become the house of your dream. The architects also have the scope to explore newer possibilities in terms of materials and design. There is one such house on Pickard’s Mountain in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and it is a luxury house for sale. The main structure has been created out of wood and stone but more importantly it sits on an expanse of 188 acres. It gives the residents the feeling that they are living in nature and are one with it. It is only houses like this that should be categorized as luxury houses.

It is a large house with a total area of 8,906 square foot. It has been designed with the purpose of holding large gatherings and yet it has a very cozy feel about it. The entry room of the house is rather large with stone floors and walls of stained glass. There are benches installed to accommodate many people at a time. You can move into the dining room directly from the entry room.

The dining room has a coppertop bar and cherry cabinets. A huge fireplace has been created with large hand laid stones. There is a commercial kitchen attached to the dining room. The kitchen also has an eat-in dining area with views. The kitchen features Bosch dishwashers, river granite counters and sub-zero refrigerator. The family room is just below the kitchen and boasts of a fireplace, media centre and above all views of the mountain. The master bedroom also has a fireplace. The study and the private balcony make it the best location in the house. Along with the old world charm there are fun features in the form of a cave/game room grotto with stone walls, fireplace, wet-bar and a Terry Reitzel mural. There is also a salt water deep pool with stone diving board, waterfall and sauna. You may visit Weaver Street Realty site for more details. The listing price is $3.36 million.

Via: Realtor

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