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Beautifully inspiring mountain home nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains

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This inspiring mountain home was designed by Retro + Fit Design in collaboration with Living Stone Design, located in the community of Reynolds Mountain in Asheville, North Carolina. A recently retired matriarch wanted to have a spacious home that she could use to host her grown children and grandchildren.

Encompassing 4,849 square feet of living space, this five bedroom, (plus bunkroom), six bath home was designed to maximize its surrounding views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. A fabulous indoor-outdoor lifestyle was created through the use of sliding glass doors, expansive decks, patios and sumptuous swimming pool.

Project Team: Architecture: Retro + Fit Design | Builder: Living Stone Design + Build | Interior Design: IDology Interiors & Design

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What We Love: This inspiring mountain home showcases a wonderful open floor plan to take advantage of the astounding Blue Ridge Mountain views. Furnishings and architectural details help to define living spaces to create a warm and inviting living environment for hosting guests. Our favorite feature of this gorgeous home is the views… it leaves you speechless.

Tell Us: What do you think, would this be your ideal home to enjoy with family and friends? Let us know why or why not in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the builders of this home, Living Stone Design + Build: Inviting modern mountain home surrounded by forest in North Carolina and Victorian farmhouse in Georgia gets transformed with charming details.

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On the exterior of this contemporary mountain dwelling is a mix of local fieldstone, cedar siding, metal and Nichiha (on the far right) — a Fiber cement siding that is incredibly versatile and brings the look of wood. The panels offer a crisp, clean look for modern-style exteriors and are highly durable and easy to maintain.

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Above: A custom fabricated mahogany-and-glass front door invites guest inside this stunning home, which includes an elevator for aging in place.

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Above: The flooring throughout this beautiful home is a durable engineered white oak.

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Above: The color palette in the living room was inspired by the mountains and the sky that can be seen through expansive windows.

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Above: The kitchen countertops are quartzite. 

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Above: The master bedroom suite is situated on the other side of the living room. This includes a bathroom and walk-in closet along with a private home office. Large glass doors open out to a cantilevered deck with jaw-dropping mountain views.

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Above: Providing a fantastic indoor-outdoor connection is the 16-foot wide sliding glass doors from Kolbe, which pocket into the wall. A steel beam frame supports this cantilevered deck, along with the one on the lower level below it.

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Above: This large covered porch encompasses a lounge, dining area, kitchen and fireplace. Integrated screens pull down to cover the openings, transforming this outdoor space into a screened-in porch to keep the bugs at bay.

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This home also includes sustainable design features:

  • Photovoltaic panels on the roof
  • An insulated concrete form foundation
  • A tight building envelope that includes open-cell foam insulation
  • Durable materials that are low-maintenance

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Photos: Ryan Theede Photography

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15 days ago

i really like this house. nicely arranged. as a guest, you probably don’t want to get the bedroom that is facing the retaining wall, though. i also like the pavers used for the driveway and walkway to the front door. what kind of paver stones were used?