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Tour an elegant retreat with majestic North Carolina mountain views

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The Architectural Practice in collaboration with Allard + Roberts Interior Design has designed this transitional-style mountain retreat located in The Cliffs At Walnut Cove, a gated golf community in Asheville, North Carolina. This home’s interior was intentionally neutral so that the finishes would not compete with the spectacular mountain views or the homeowner’s collection of wall art and sculpture.

While neutrality was integral to the design, so too was keeping the interiors unique and visually interesting. The double front doors open out to a stone water feature. Vaulted ceilings feature stained cedar and timbers. Dark walnut floors are the base of the interior palette, while painted cabinetry houses glass shelving, lit with LED strips from each side. Continue below to see the rest of this amazing home tour…

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT The Architectural Practice BUILDER Glennwood Custom Builders INTERIOR DESIGN Allard + Roberts Interior Design

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What We Love: This North Carolina retreat provides a wonderful home for the owners to enjoy entertaining family and friends in relaxed living spaces that are light and airy while perfectly suited to its mountain setting. We are especially loving the living room with its soaring ceiling and enormous windows framing the most captivating views. What a perfect spot to entertain your guests!

Tell Us: Would this dwelling be your idea of the perfect mountain home getaway? Let us know why or why not in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to check out a couple of other fascinating home tours that we have highlighted here on One Kindesign in the state of North Carolina: A blissful lakefront home in North Carolina with organic elements and House Envy: A glorious home in North Carolina with inspiring design ideas.

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The kitchen, dining, and living spaces are visible to each other. Each space has its unique elements, while all are coordinated to be visible to one another. The kitchen features pocketing sliding doors that stack out of the way when entertaining, for indoor-outdoor living with a mountain view.

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Grays and blues are incorporated throughout the home. White and gray marble clad the owner’s bathroom, while blues and grays are featured in the artwork and fabrics of the bedroom.

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On the lower level, the family room is open to the glass wine cellar on one side, and sliding doors to the porch on the other. Views are magnificent from all three levels of this custom home.

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PHOTOGRAPHER David Dietrich Photography

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