Historic House Listings

Oh my! “Beaumont”, Circa 1839. Five acres in the NC mountains $1,500,000

May 26, 2019

Such a beautiful house and grounds! That porch is a dream with those views! Beaumont was originally built in 1839. In 1910, Richard Sharp Smith, renovated the home. It sure was in good hands! He was the supervising architect for The Biltmore! It is located on 4.76 acres in Hendersonville, North Carolina. The granite walls came from a local quarry. Beautiful hardwood floors and mantles. The property has a pool, tennis court and caretakers quarters. Eight bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 8,010 square feet. $1,500,000

From the Zillow listing:


“Beaumont” one of the most legendary estates in Flat Rock. Originally built in 1839 and extensively renovated in 1910 by Richard Sharp Smith, supervising architect for the Biltmore Estate. Features include local quarried cut granite walls. Wrap around porches with wooden columns and mountain views over the grounds and beyond. Spacious parlors with beautiful curved architecture, carved mantles and decorative molded ceilings. 8 bedrooms and 5 and ½ baths. Plus formal gardens, swimming pool, tennis court, expansive rear deck and separate caretaker quarters. Privately situated on almost 5 acres and conveniently located just 3 miles from Downtown Hendersonville!

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