Bucktail at Avalon - Home Tour

Nestled amidst the breathtaking mountains of western North Carolina, stands a home designed by MossCreek, exuding a timeless ruggedness that harmonizes perfectly with its natural surroundings. The exterior form of this abode captures the essence of mountain living, showcasing rugged mountain elements and materials like logs, timber frames, glass, and stone.

As one steps inside, they are greeted by an interior that seamlessly blends rustic charm with modern comfort. The open plan arrangement allows for a fluid and spacious living experience, while the whitewashed wooden walls create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Large glass windows adorn the walls, framing panoramic vistas of the majestic mountains and inviting abundant natural light to illuminate the space.

The kitchen, equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, effortlessly marries functionality and style. Modern amenities coexist harmoniously with the rustic aesthetic, catering to the needs of contemporary living while preserving the timeless charm of the home.

One notable feature is the master bedroom on the main level, ensuring that the house is accessible and livable for individuals of all ages and mobility levels. This thoughtful design consideration adds an element of convenience and inclusivity to the overall appeal of the home.

This MossCreek-designed mountain retreat in western North Carolina epitomizes the perfect blend of rugged exterior form, natural elements, and modern amenities. With its captivating exterior, inviting interior, and thoughtful design, it offers an idyllic sanctuary where one can immerse themselves in the beauty of the mountains while enjoying the comforts of a well-designed home.










Bucktail at Avalon

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