A Home Built for Maximum Views
One of the Preserve’s finest homes, this residence was designed by Asheville architect Mark Sinsky. The site is oriented to the south to maximize the golf and mountain views. Builder Richard Lanning who has built several Preserve homes, used a gentle mix of old world and mountain elements with meticulous attention to detail— Douglas Fir logs were shipped from British Columbia and willow chandeliers came from Broken Bow, Oklahoma— while rudiments of fine dry-stacked stonework is seen throughout. Antique heart-pine flooring enriches the main level living spaces. A lookout tower accompanies the 2-car garage and guest suite, designed to take in a more formal view of the mountains from 4,000 feet. Spacious outdoor living spaces include a freestanding fireplace and chimney flanked by a tranquil water feature including falls and lily pond.