The word “Allegheny” was once commonly used to refer to the whole of what are now called the Appalachian Mountains. As late as 1867, John Muir, in his book A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf, used the word “Alleghenies” in referring to the southern Appalachians.
The Allegheny by MossCreek follows in its namesake’s footsteps. Perfectly at home in any mountain or natural setting, the Allegheny features open plan living, four generous master suites, and an upper den and observatory deck.
For quick getaways or long term living, the Allegheny is ideally suited for living for just about any natural setting.