Greybeard Realty’s new listing, 57 Gold Anchor Lane in Black Mountain, began life as a secluded fishing cabin, ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. While its audience hasn’t changed, this lovely home has been transformed from cabin into a contemporary private getaway.
Originally built in 1940, this renovated mountain retreat has a lovely stone-constructed, wood-burning fireplace as well as a gas-fired propane stove. The third bedroom is a bunkroom to accommodate the children or guest overflow. From the large covered deck, homeowners can enjoy the rushing waterfall in the creek or oversee the fire pit. And the low-maintenance landscaping means that time can be spent enjoying the outdoors and not manicuring it.
This three-bedroom, two-bath home has just come on the market, and we don’t anticipate it will stay there for long. For more information about this home or any of Greybeard’s residential listings, please contact Greybeard. If idyllic mountain solitude is your goal, you may have just found your dream home.