Love this house and property! Great history with this one. This iconic Highlands estate was built in 1881 for the Harris family. Harris Lake was named after this family. Located on 1.43 acres in Highlands, North Carolina. The home was remodeled and a guest cottage was added, a garden shed, and vegetable gardens. This home has been in the annual garden tour and tour of historic homes. The guest cottage has one bedroom, a sleeping loft, full bathroom and kitchen. There are views of Satulah Mountain. This is a legacy property close to the heart of Highlands. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and $1,695,000
From the Zillow listing:
Own an iconic Highlands estate at 889 Horse Cove Road. Originally built in 1881, this home is one of the original homes ever built in Highlands. The Harris family for whom Harris Lake is named was part of the original family. The home was remodeled creating a Guest Cottage, a Garden Shed and vegetable garden, added lush landscaping and a water feature. The kitchen is reconfigured and totally updated with new appliances. The home was selected for the Bascom”s Annual Garden Tour in 2007 and for the Tour of Historic Homes in 2009. The main home has four bedrooms and three and one-half baths. The adorable Guest Cottage has one bedroom with a loft sleeping area, a full bath, a kitchen and a spacious great room with stone fireplace. A view of Satulah Mountain is seen from the dining porch. This is an authentic Historic Highlands Home whose character and charm have been retained-it is an Irreplaceable Antique. This is truly a legacy property on 1.43 acres close to the heart of Highlands.
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