Historic Home on Satulah Mountain: Own a Piece of Highlands NC History

This awe-inspiring home is a piece of Highlands North Carolina history.  Owned by botanist Thomas Grant Harbison, this incredible home is located on the south slop of Satulah Mountain and is just 3 miles from Main Street.  As expected from its botanist-owned heritage, the grounds and landscaping have been beautifully done and the current owners have carried on this tradition by improving and caring for their surroundings.  Highlights of this Shingle and Colonial Revival style home include a state of the art kitchen, dining room along the original living room, a screened ‘sleeping porch’ for quiet summer nights, and rocking chair porches front and back which lead to stone walkways and patios with gorgeous water features. This 4 bedroom, 3 baths historic home is priced at $1,498,000.

For more information on this Highlands NC home or other mountain retreat homes in Highlands or Cashiers NC contact Meadows Mountain Realty today.

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