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The centerpiece of this idyllic four-acre country estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains, just outside Asheville, North Carolina, is an elegant mid-century modern residence built in 1966 and updated in 2010 by architect John Yurko. The artisanal touches include four gas fireplaces and metalwork by local artist Kelly Prestwood. The contemporary, light-filled living areas include a library with built-in shelves, bookcases, two work stations and a slate fireplace. There are five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, including two master suites. The chef's kitchen opens to a generous laundry room/butlers pantry. A flagstone terrace leads to a serene Japanese garden. Beyond are custom designed landscaped lawns, a split-rail fence, old-growth oaks, fruit trees and a tennis/sports court. Several great locations to add a pool. Gated and private. Floor plan and virtual tour avaiable.

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