CLASSIC TRYON ESTATE HOME with panoramic mountain views and an extremely private location.
A portion of the view seen from the yard- this is not a drone shot - the view is even more stunning in person!
1920's Arts and Crafts Chalet style estate home is sited on over 5 acres with an additional 4 + contiguous acres available for purchase.
Charm and old world quality! This is a very special property.
You cannot see any of the neighboring homes from this property. Just long range views...extremely private but you can walk to downtown Tryon restaurants and shopping.
Back side of the home with the wisteria arbor that sits over a flagstone terrace. Garage is at the right side of the photo.
Original iron railings, Tennessee Flagstone terraces and lots of stone walls add extra charm to this property!
The views are phenomenal from this home. You can see a hint of the old tennis court in this drone photo. It is at a level lower than the lawn and cannot be seen from the house.
Staged photo - Living room.
The views and coffered wood ceiling make this a really special space!
Staged photo - Primary bedroom.
Primary bedroom has 4 closets, an en suite bath and a big walk in closet with built-ins.
Primary bedroom includes a wood burning fireplace.
Living room has solid oak floors in good condition - wood burning fireplace, and a salon/sitting room off to the side with a wet bar and half bath.
Formal dining room, entrance hall and salon all open up to the expansive living room. Door in dining room leads to the kitchen and main floor bedroom with full bath.
Formal dining room has wonderful views and room for your dream dining table!
The salon/sitting room off of the living room has a wonderful arched ceiling and built in cabinets.
Salon/Sitting room - the door leads to a wet bar and cabinet, and a half bath for guests.
Breakfast room offers huge views and a wood stove. There is central heat and air in this room now, baseboard heaters are needed.
Breakfast room with vaulted ceiling opens to the kitchen area. This is a nice big space with lots of potential and great views of the mountains.
Kitchen area with maple cabinets and opens out to the breakfast room.
Carved, solid oak stairwell dates back to the 1920's - it is gorgeous. The oak stairs are still in place under the carpeting.
Second floor landing with more handworked oak carving.
Front door with hand worked wrought iron hinges and leaded glass.
Front porch has original wood railings, beadboard ceiling and iron work. This is a really special property.
Entrance side of the home offers a huge wisteria arbor, more flagstone terraces and wrought iron railings, and a circular driveway.
Stone chimney and flagstone terrace under the arbor make this a charming space.
Former clay tennis court is located at the end of the back lawn. It is notched into the hill, about 20 feet below the level of the lawn and cannot be seen from the house. Still very level and ready to be restored or make this a pool/terrace area.
Views from Living Room windows.
Bedroom on main floor with a wood burning fireplace and en suite full bath.
Art Deco sink and tub are original - this is the full bath off of the main floor bedroom.
One of three bedrooms on the second level, this one has big views and a walk in closet. It connects to a full bath that it shares with another bedroom. This space was used more recently as an artist's studio and it has great natural light.
Front bedroom on second level has a small fireplace and walk in closet. It shares a full bath with another bedroom.
Second floor laundry room with a linen press and walls of built in storage backs up to the primary bath upstairs.
Former art studio/Bedroom space. The oak floors in this home are in great shape.
One of two full baths on the second floor. This is a nice big space with lots of potential, it is accessed from two different bedrooms and backs up to two walk in closets.
Wait until you see these views in person! They are amazing...