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Gorgeous European-inspired home with contemporary twist in Asheville

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This beautiful European-inspired home was designed by ACM Design located in The Ramble community, in the heart of Asheville, North Carolina. The community is nestled within 1,000 acres of woodlands, bordered by the Blue Ridge Parkway — noted for its scenic beauty. The residence is a blend of European-inspired, French architecture and contemporary mountain home design merged together to create a stunning and functional home.

Large expanses of glass provide an interesting counterpoint to the massive stone exterior walls. Whether entertaining guests or spending a quiet evening at home, the interior rooms of this home seamlessly flow together to create the perfect setting. Modern outdoor living spaces are punctuated by the wooded landscape beyond to create an amazing continuity of space.

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT ACM Design INTERIORS ACM Design BUILDER BlueStone ConstructionLANDSCAPE Cloos Landscape Architecture

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ACCOLADES: This home was awarded the prestigious, Best Architecture for Single Residence in North Carolina from the International Property Awards. The interior design for this home was also recognized as an Award Winner for Private Residence in North Carolina.

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The homeowners are baby boomers, including one couple and a single friend who have decided to live together to age in place. They required two master bedrooms and ample public space so they could all live comfortably and happily together under one roof. The architects collaborated with the homeowners, having them fill out a 14-page questionnaire encompassing style to function, and everything in between.

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Since the owners were newly retired, this would change how they want to live now and into the future. Their existing furnishings were incorporated into the design, repurposing and reupholstering to flow with their new surroundings. The result is a beautifully designed and appointed home that incorporates the homeowner’s personality.

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What We Love: This stunning North Carolina home offers luxury details throughout its spacious layout. An inviting exterior facade is surrounding by beautiful landscaping with an abundance of space for outdoor living and entertaining. We are loving how this home is connected yet private for a couple and their friend to gracefully age together in this wonderful living environment.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design aesthetic of this home in the mountains? Let us know in the Comments!

Note: Take a look at a couple of other spectacular home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of North Carolina: Modern lake house opens towards the Blue Ridge Mountains and Triple gable European home with delightful details in North Carolina.

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PHOTOGRAPHER Carl Amoth, Kevin Meechan. Amy Conner-Murphy

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Joseph
5 months ago

Hi
What is name of the stone / manufacturer?
Beautiful!

Henry Omil Ojwang
6 months ago

Am amazed with the house and the design. It’s a beautiful home.

How can I get the house plan ?

Ginger
9 months ago

The roof is very attractive. What brand and color are those shingles? Thank you

Taylor David
11 months ago

You can have any interior colours you like as long they’re brown or beige. Okay, we’ll through in a splash of yellow.

tracy
1 year ago

Could you share the square footage of this home. Absolutely gorgeous!!

Bao-Tram Ton
2 years ago

Does anyone know the estimated cost range for this build?

RAS
2 years ago
Reply to  Bao-Tram Ton

There are some high-end finishes with this build and I know the builder is typ commissioned for finer homes like this. With that said, I’d estimate the cost was approx. 1.5 – 2 million.

Nancy W Markon
2 years ago

This home is gorgeous. For me, it represents an adept blending of traditional and modern. The designer did a superb job creating spaces where more ornate, formal furnishings play happily along side pieces with clean lines and a contemporary point of view. It just works! Kudos to the architecture and interiors which were so thoughtfully designed to be timeless.

Lily Mutti
2 years ago

Would you share the name of the exterior stone and who makes it? Thanks 😊

Trudi Ahart
2 years ago

I’d love to know the names of the stone and brick they used and where they sourced it.

Erin
2 years ago

Beautifully done! The mix of styles and art are fabulous.

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3 years ago

this is really nicely done. it doesn’t really come across like an “aging in place” kind of place, though.