About The Property

Welcome to this beautiful builder’s home where no stone has been left unturned when it comes to quality and craftsmanship. Located in the luxury community of Lake Toxaway Estates, this stream front home is a convenient drive by car or golf cart to the clubhouse, marina, golf course and other amenities.

Using authentic post & beam construction and a Scottish mountain home design, the 7000+ square foot home lives large yet each area of the home has been designated with comfort and coziness in mind. Upon entering you are greeted by the great room where the warm undertones of the posts and beams, stone fireplace and wide plank Brazilian cherry floors combined with a wall of windows and French doors create an inviting setting.

The great room is joined on one side by an informal dining area, with both offering access to the back deck where you’ll likely find yourself savoring many a meals during the summer months while enjoying the serene sounds and sight of your very own waterfall.

At the heart of this home you’ll find a fully equipped kitchen featuring the timeless sophistication of high-end black cabinetry mixed with a rustic chic palette of steel, stone, tile and wood. Just beyond is a light and bright formal dining room perfect for holiday gatherings. On the other side of the great room you’ll find the master suite offering an intimate sitting area with a fireplace and a luxury en-suite bathroom with heated floors, jetted tub, dual shower faucets and a large walk-in closet.

Upstairs are two bedrooms and bathrooms separated by a loft with a kitchenette for guest convenience. A third guest bedroom is located in the lower level along with a guest bathroom, second kitchenette, family room with a stone fireplace, craft room, big storage spaces and the coveted man cave with bar and pool table. Bonus living above the two car garage, three hot water tanks and generator. Want more? How about a fire pit and footbridge crossing the creek in your backyard and deeded lake access!

Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
5 Full 1 Half
Lot Size
2.46 Acres
Floors
3
Garages
Attached Double
  • Interior Features

    • Bonus Room
    • Brazilian Cherry Floors
    • Breakfast Bar
    • Built Ins
    • Built In Cook Top
    • Cathedral Ceilings
    • Ceiling Fans
    • Craft/Sewing Room
    • Dishwasher
    • Disposal
    • Ice Maker
    • Eat-In Kitchen
    • Fireplaces
    • Formal Dining Room
    • French Doors
    • Game Room
    • Heated Floors
    • Jetted Tub
    • Kitchenettes
    • Kitchen Island
    • Large Storage Spaces
    • Living Quarter Over Garage
    • Loft
    • Man Cave
    • Microwave
    • Office
    • Pantry
    • Radon Mit. System
    • Refrigerator
    • Sitting Room
    • Vaulted Ceilings
    • Washer
    • Walk In Closet
    • Washer/Dryer Connection
    • Wet Bar
  • Exterior Features

    • Attached Garage
    • Deeded Lake Access
    • Exceptional Views
    • Fire Pit
    • Foot Bridge
    • Generator
    • Mountain Views
    • Stream
    • Waterfall
    • Water Feature
  • Community Features

    • Community Clubhouse
    • Community Croquet
    • Community Fitness Center
    • Community Golf Course
    • Community Lake/Pond
    • Community Marina
    • Community Pavilion
    • Community Playground
    • Community Pool
    • Community Tennis
    • Paved Access

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Lake Toxaway

Located in the mountains of picturesque western North Carolina, Lake Toxaway is the largest private man-made lake in North Carolina. The lake is a popular resort destination for people from across the United States who want a low-key but luxurious lifestyle.
The history of the lake began in the late 1890’s when Southern Railway built a rail system from Asheville, NC, through the area. Seeing an opportunity for business, E.H. Jennings developed several resorts along the line, one of which was the Toxaway Inn. In 1902 Lake Toxaway was created to help draw visitors to the inn. Its earthen dam was one of the marvels of the era at 500 feet long, 60 feet tall and 20 feet wide at its top. Lake Toxaway became known as the “Switzerland of America” and attracted such notable people as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, John D. Rockefeller, R.J. Reynolds, Harvey Firestone, James Buchanan Duke, and the Vanderbilt family.
On August 13, 1916, after an intense storm which dropped 24 inches of rain within 24 hours, the dam failed and sent the water from Lake Toxaway crashing down the mountainside. Fortunately, there was no loss of life with the one exception of a blind mule. After this event the inn went into decline and was eventually closed, then demolished.
In 1960 a group of investors bought the tract that surrounded the original property and began to restore the 640-acre lake. The dam was rebuilt – this time with water level control – and Lake Toxaway was restored to its former glory. Since then Lake Toxaway has developed into a fabulous community with vacation and year-round homes, a place where people can escape the pressures of everyday life. Fishing, boating, skiing, and sailing are popular activities, as well as hiking in the nearby wilderness areas that total more than 10,000 acres. A country club with a challenging, par 71 golf course and Tom Fazio Learning Center, tennis courts, croquet, and club house add to the many recreational possibilities (membership required to enjoy club amenities but not necessary for home ownership).
Lake Toxaway is easily accessible from Asheville, NC, Greenville/Spartanburg, SC, and Atlanta, GA. The quaint town of Brevard is only 20 minutes away and offers more dining as well as cultural events. Slightly further afield are Hendersonville, NC, Tryon, NC (with the famous Tryon International Equestrian Center), Cashiers, NC, and Highlands, NC.

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As a full time Real Estate Professional, Mary feels fortunate to live, work and play in an area that is one of the most sought after destinations in the Southeast. “The quality of life here is truly unbeatable!” A graduate of Florida Atlantic Univers... Read more
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Mike and Traci Erwin spent most of their lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. After completing 20 years in law enforcement, Mike as a Homicide Detective and Traci as a Crime Scene Investigator, they decided to retire and make change. Two and a h... Read more

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