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North Carolina’s most expensive old house listing! Westglow, Circa 1917. Ten acres. $10,800,000

January 15, 2023

Welcome to North Carolina’s most expensive old house listing! Westglow was the former home of artist, Elliot Daingerfield. The home was built in 1917. It is located on 10.86  acres in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The property features landscaped grounds, a large mansion, guest house and indoor pool. There is even a helipad. Blowing Rock is a beautiful area in the North Carolina mountains. Six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 6,926 square feet. $11,900,000 New price: $10,800,000

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From the Zillow listing:


Westglow: A once in a lifetime opportunity to own a 10.8+ acre private, luxury estate or family legacy compound just 5 minutes from downtown Blowing Rock, NC & the Blue Ridge Parkway. A rare assemblage of level pristine grounds & breathtaking views, this world renowned property holds a history as captivating as its scenery. As the original home of famed artist Elliott Daingerfield, take in layered views of Johns River Gorge to the East, stretching to the Charlotte skyline, & Grandfather Mtn to the West from the many venues across the grounds. A focal point is the 6BR 6BA (2 HBA) Greek Revival Mansion, offering multiple indoor/outdoor living/dining spaces, & tastefully updated suites, surrounded by sprawling lawns and croquet & tennis courts. Nearby, the Life Enrichment Center offers potential to be a perfect family rec center (currently home to the Spa w/ pool, jacuzzis, steam/saunas, fitness, lounge, & more). The Daingerfield guest home, a 4BR 3BA renovated mountain home, offers open living spaces flowing to a deck, patio, & flat yards looking out over the gorge. Paved roads = easy, year-round access. Space for heli pad; < 1 hr to Hickory Reg. Airport, < 2 hr to CLT Douglas Int’l.



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