House Crush N°40—Grayrocks

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Welcome to the mountains.

 

Old logs and beams, cedar shakes, stone chimneys and walls, locus log gazebos—yes, please. This house crush has always been a favorite of mine. I first lusted after this house when it was the Highlands Decorator Show House. I dragged Mr. P and my realtor out several times to view every inch of this beautiful home. Boxwood, rhodies, moss-covered rocks and lawn fill the garden—and hardwoods surround it. I was so excited to hear it was on the market and open for viewing. How often do you see a log home with and open floor plan and high ceilings! This one has it all … even a guest house. Have a look along with me and be sure to click over to view the listing at Highlands Properties.

 

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Boxwood line the entire property.

 

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Couldn’t you just move right in.

 

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This dormer is the view from a guest room with built in bed.

 

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The front entry ceiling drops for a dramatic entry.

 

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This may be my favorite view of the living and dining room.

 

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The living area is open with high ceilings and log walls.

 

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Dining area is large and open—near the stone fireplace.

 

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Love, love, love!

 

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This antique quilt hangs in a cozy library.

 

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This guest room is close by the library and in a separate wing of the house.

 

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It even has its own fireplace—perfect.

 

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The halls are full of light and charm.

 

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By the back entry is this charming seat to rest and take off your boots.

 

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Double sinks flank the bathroom wall.

 

 

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Here is a close look at the painted floor—I love a painted floor.

 

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The spa tub has it’s own warm, cozy room.

 

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Log walls with chinking line the staircase.

 

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Old beams were used all through the house and porch.

 

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The door locks and details are charming.

 

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I think I need this gazebo.

 

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What a great place for an Alfresco dinner.

 

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These stone columns lead to the most charming guest house.

 

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Love this front porch flanked with huge boxwood.

 

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I never met a check I didn’t love.

 

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The stone paths lead through a moss covered garden.

 

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Stone columns mark all of the entry ways.

 

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The side garden is all shades of green and wood.

 

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Maybe just one more path through the garden.

 

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And finally, the garden gazebo dining room.

 

xo♥, Lissy
All photos by Lissy Parker for lissyparker.com.You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit and link the source

 

March 16, 2018

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2 Comments

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    Cathy Garrett

    March 21, 2018

    I love this charming house and property! I can see lots of out door dining in the out door pavilions. Also, I see pots of flowers and a flower garden. It looks so inviting and cozy. The interior logs oh my, love, love 💕 Thank you for sharing!

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      lissyparker

      March 21, 2018

      Cathy, This house is amazing! You need to check out the link.
      xo

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