9.84 acres in Macon County, North Carolina
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9.84 acres in Macon County, North Carolina

315 Bears Paw Trail, Franklin , North Carolina 28734 - Macon County
$1,495,000 9.84 Acres
5 beds 6 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom
Property ID 6774196

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Upon entering this stunning property, one will be fully submerged in the tranquility of the mountain setting of this home. You will be able to appreciate the abundance of luxuries the home, and landscape, have to offer. The landscape of the home, and beauty of the surrounding mountain ranges is not to be missed. No where in Macon County has more detail gone into the design, and construction, of a luxury home. This property brings you energy efficiency plus the natural landscape and beauty being atop one of the many mountain ranges in Macon County; this mountain sits on the western edge of the Highlands Cashiers Plateau. This home is one of the only "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design" Silver Award winners, currently in Macon County. The community of Mountain Grove is a close kept secret for those who want the high elevation lifestyle without the crowds usually associated with other resort communities. With dramatic views from 3500 feet elevation, of the Little Tennessee River Valley, this property is situated on nearly 10 acres. The spectacular design of this home includes oak flooring, local stone fireplaces, native wood doors and timber frame.

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