High Hemlock - Cashiers, NC 28717
Logan Camp Creek Sits at an Elevation of Over 4000 Feet
Perched at an altitude of over 4000 feet in the High Hemlock neighborhood near Cashiers, NC, visually stunning Logan Creek Camp is a one-of-a-kind high altitude home on over five acres. Homeowners here enjoy year ‘round views of the dramatic rock faces of Laurel Knob and Cow Rock as well as a stunning long-range overlook of Lonesome Valley and the mountains beyond.
This elegantly rustic home features a large and near-level yard with its own pond, a stream that splashes beneath a viewing deck, and a waterfall. The interior captures the spirit of the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau with walls and ceilings of vintage barn boards, exposed beams and rafters, antique white oak floors, sliding barn doors, and Tennessee fieldstone fireplaces. The exterior features trim, posts, rafters, and pickets constructed of reclaimed wood. Modern conveniences include a full bath in the garage, a bonus room, whole-house generator, encapsulated crawl space, and pressure treated cedar shake roof.
Built in 2010, it was later renovated by Gary Coyle who specializes in reclaimed wood homes. This home was built from reclaimed wood from a train station. Like all of his creations, it is a work of art that must be seen to truly appreciate the ingenious creativity and attention to detail that are the Hallmark of every Coyle project. This is a high altitude home that stands out among so many beautifully designed and lovingly maintained mountain retreats that dot the landscape in Western North Carolina. But few can boast the on-site water features and the spectacular views that this home site offers.
Please call or text Ken Fernandez at 828-507-3156 or email him at ken@OldCashiersRealty.com to arrange your tour of Logan Creek Camp in High Hemlock. We do not expect for this property to remain on the market for very many days so please do not hesitate to call today.