Set among rolling green hills near Bear Claw Vineyards and Winery, just west of Blue Ridge and its namesake lake, this rustic-modern complex is billed as the ultimate city getaway, where extremely noisy families and virtually any activity (within reason) could go largely unnoticed.
Located in Epworth, the four-bedroom property includes three different livable structures set on just shy of 10 acres—all of it surrounded by something called “four-board hog-wire fencing” with gated access. It was built in (and perfectly suited for) the year 2020.
Overall, it’s a blend of rustic beams, stacked stone, and outdoor hangouts set on a single level, making the property fully ADA-accessible. Maybe it won’t grace the pages of Dwell anytime soon, but it does include pasture and forest views, plus perks like a heated pool, full-home generators, an extensive sound and surveillance system, and heated concrete floors for those nippy mountain nights.
The main home, spanning about 2,000 square feet, counts two primary suites and upgraded Anderson doors and windows, abutting a covered courtyard area with a wood-burning fireplace.
Also in the mix is a separate, 900-square-foot guest house with a kitchen, living room, and fireplace, plus a bunk-and-game-room building that opens to the outdoors via glass garage doors.
Elsewhere, find three and ½ bathrooms overall, hook-ups capable of hosting two large RVs, and a legit animal barn.
“This is the perfect paradise for anyone who yearns to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life,” a listing rep wrote to Urbanize Atlanta via email.
The price, as listed last month with Compass agent Laura Elleby, is $1.99 million—for a breakdown of $690 per square foot of living space.
Head up yonder to the gallery for a quick look around—no gas-hogging road trip required.
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