Historic House Listings

Dream house in Banner Elk, North Carolina. Circa 1931. Over one acre. $1,295,000

May 29, 2019

Love this! And Banner Elk is such a quaint mountain town! This home was built in 1931. It is located on 1.38 acres in Banner Elk, North Carolina. This rock cottage has chestnut wood paneling, cathedral ceilings with chestnut beams, and a stone fireplace. The beautiful property has two water features, a large tree house, and that porch is everything! Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 3,325 square feet. $1,295,000

From the Zillow listing:


Nestled in the valleys of Banner Elk is this 1931 rock cottage with original elements including casement windows and Chestnut wood paneling that effortlessly transitions into the inviting addition with the cathedral ceilings, chestnut custom beam ceiling, stone fireplace, spacious open living area, wet bar, and double doors accessing the covered deck. The home has a picturesque setting on 1.38 acres with a flat yard, beautiful well-established flower gardens, two water features, tree house, outbuilding, all of which lies adjacent to The Farm’s ponds and pavilion area. Five bedrooms, four and a half baths with a bonus room on the second level. The home was completely restored and updated in 2003 with the following upgrades; All new beds and baths (Master bath has heated floor and steam shower), new kitchen with custom cabinets and island with separate sink, hardwood floors throughout entire 1st floor, new gas furnace/2 zone capability, two Rinnai wall mounted gas on demand hot water heaters, covered porch with outdoor fireplace and Jenn Air SS Grill, custom built 12×12 tree house and, garden waterfall and separate rock fish pond. Just minutes to all that Banner Elk has to offer!

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