“We love formal living in an eclectic environment, mixing elements of French and Italian classicism with Mountain Living.”
Timeless yet contemporary—Redstone captures the essence of European living with its architectural and decorative expressions.
Cranmer built Redstone 15 years ago.
After 3 years of construction, Redstone emerged from the mountain side overlooking the Pisgah National Forest and Mt.Celo. With its unique location, Redstone offers some of the world’s best scenic views of water falls and trails.
Doric columns and stately double entry doors, composed of hand foraged iron filigree over glass grace the front entry way—guiding you to the beauty within.
The interior was designed with classic furnishings from Cranmer’s showroom in the South Florida Design District. Cranmer’s collection of antiques and fine furnishings are showcased in a grand setting.
The property features a lofted library which overlooks the massive black granite center island in the kitchen—providing a cozy yet dramatic view of the kitchen and living area below.
The kitchen is outfitted with appliances that would be envied by novice any culinary masters alike—with place settings to accommodate an intimate affair or a gathering of up to 25 guests.
The living room features a dazzling crystal chandelier crafted by Dennis & Leen—17th century collection.
The home completed a $375,000 renovation—perfecting its 5 star experience.
The master suite and the guest suite beds are hand painted, wood carved master pieces from Italy. The guest bedroom hallway lighting is elegantly flanked with Venetian Fortuny ceramic lighting fixtures. The bathrooms offer luxurious toiletries, new bath towels and robes.
Redstone’s grounds are just as unique and beautiful as the interior of the home—featuring a peaceful water fall which flows into a nearby pond.
The property’s outdoor living space offers a hot tub, fire pit and outdoor fireplace located, on one of the largest decks in North Carolina—providing picturesque panoramic views in which to enjoy priceless moments.
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