Historic House Listings

Windrush Farm, Circa 1891 in the NC mountains. Six acres. $959,000

June 7, 2019

Windrush farm was built in 1891, originally it was a vineyard. It is located on six acres in beautiful Tryon, North Carolina. It was the first house built in historic Hunting Country. The property has a heated, saltwater gunite pool. There are five fireplaces, hardwood floors, original doors and the paneling was hand crafted with wood from the original Many Levels Farm. There are beautiful mountain views from inside the home. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,563 square feet. $959,000

From the Zillow listing:


Positioned atop a ridge overlooking rolling pastures, framed by panoramic mountain views, Windrush Farm, originally established as a vineyard in 1891, was the first house built in historic Hunting Country. Its terraced landscape has been transformed by gardens, stone patios, and porches accentuated by a heated, saltwater, gunite pool. Five fireplaces, wooden doors, and paneling were crafted by local artisans from material sourced from the original “Many Levels” farm. The 3600sqft home, renovated with updated amenities, maintains the original charm of old Hunting Country. A large living room, ideal for entertaining showcases mountain views, while an adjacent library provides an intimate atmosphere. Two bedroom wings with fireplaces and studies are situated for privacy. The dining room, gourmet kitchen, utility and third bedroom comprise the core of the home. Located on the FETA trail system, an old barn and greenhouse add to the relaxed elegant charm of this unique home.

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