House Crush N°47—Highlands

Highlands,
Welcome to the mountains.

Get ready for a two-post House Crush! This amazing house is located on Main Street in Highlands. Walk to breakfast or lunch at Mountain Fresh or dinner at Lakeside. Spend the afternoon at the Botanical Garden, and then have cocktails at Sunset Rock. This is Highlands living at its finest. Tempted?

This perfectly located house has just hit the market with Champion Realty in Highlands. Click on the link here to see the listing. The back garden features a fire pit that over looks an amazing three-tiered waterfall and large grassy lawn just off the gravel circle drive. The walls are covered in shiplap painted a creamy white. I love the copper screened porch overlooking the waterfall area, and the lush green landscaping makes it shady and cool.

The rest of the house will be featured on Friday’s post. Enjoy!

Highlands,
How is this for an entry!
Highlands house for slae
A cool green landscaping combination—boxwood, hosta, pachysandra and ferns.
Highlands house for sale
I love a stone chimney.
Highlands for sale
And this is in your back garden–for real!
Highlands for slae
This fire pit overlooks that waterfall!
Screened porch
The copper screened porch overlooks the waterfall and fire pit.
Cooper screened door
Copper screening covers the door, too.
stone fireplace
I love the the stone fireplace—I see football here in the Fall.
Highlands house
Welcome to the front entry hall.
entry halls
This would also make a great library or cocktail party area.
Highlands house for sale
Enclosed stairs lead to the guest area and second master.
Living room
The living room is located on the back of the house with the same waterfall view.
kitchen ideas
I am crazy about this kitchen.
kitchen ideas, soapstone, gray cabinets
Soapstone counters contrast the light grayish cabinets.
kitchen range
This range anchors one end of the kitchen.
shiplap walls
The fridge is integrated into the wall near the hall—always love shiplap.

xo♥, Lissy

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

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