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Woodsy retreat with tons of patio space asks $3.1M

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An artisanal home nestled into North Carolina’s rolling hills

Large shingle clad house Ryan Theede

Nature meets luxury at this sprawling home in a private golf club development in Arden, North Carolina. Built in 2010 for an artist and financier, the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home balances whimsy with some practical amenities.

The shingle-clad house opens onto an expansive great room with a dramatic timber vaulted ceiling and stone wall. An octagonal master suite comes with 18-foot vaulted ceilings and a wall of windows that look out onto the rolling green hills.

Living room with vaulted ceiling Ryan Theede

The main floor houses the kitchen, which includes a separate pantry with a refrigerator, sink, and wine fridge. Downstairs, a climate controlled wine cellar has room for 600 extra bottles. The past owners finished the home with details designed by local artisans, including the kitchen’s handmade backsplash tiles, hand-scraped walnut flooring, and a custom-designed rock wall fireplace.

The home offers 1,600 square feet of patio space, both covered and uncovered, for taking getting the most out of East Coast indoor-outdoor living. Other outdoor features include a separate patio for grilling and an outdoor walkway that leads from the main house to an art studio that sits atop a garage equipped with a Tesla charging port.

32 Deep Creek Trail is now on the market for $3,100,000.

Kitchen with custom cabinetry Ryan Theede
Octagonal bedroom Ryan Theede
Covered patio with furniture Ryan Theede
Large wine cellar Ryan Theede