A newly built A-frame in Georgia takes rustic chic to new heights.
This striking midcentury-inspired cabin just popped onto the market, listed for just shy of $1.2 million. Located in Morganton, the modern masterpiece sits on a wooded, 1.8-acre lot against a magical backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains. If you’re looking for an off-grid (and super photogenic) getaway, this might just be the place.
More from Robb Report
Completed this year, the four-bedroom home was built by local contractors, Gnarly Home Crafters. Set behind a private gate, the idyllic residence is right on the border of United States Forest Service land, with easy access to well-maintained trails, creeks, waterfalls, and the ultra-scenic Lake Blue Ridge. The area itself is chock-full of natural beauty and recreational activities, everything from kayaking and canoeing to paddle boarding and hiking.
Measuring 1,735 square feet, the four-story hideaway is comfortably dressed in a neutral color scheme that complements the views of the surrounding forest. Some of the classic trademarks of A-frame architecture showcased include its peaked, triangular shape, soaring floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed ceiling beams, hardwood flooring, and a charming sleeping loft. Honestly, the whole place kind of looks like a mountain rising from the ground or some sort of giant, glowing treehouse.
In terms of layout, the first-floor living room, gourmet kitchen, and dining area all flow into one another. The latter sports its own coffee bar and offers up enough space to accommodate eight or more people, while the kitchen is configured around a large island and decked out with boldly veined granite countertops and state-of-the-art appliances.
Outside, a patio with a rock fire pit is perfect for cozying up on cool nights and watching fireflies, but if the bugs ever get to be too much, there’s a spacious screened-in porch.
Daniel Kaylor with Mountain Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.
Click here to see all the photos of 130 Deerbird Trail.
Best of Robb Report