Soon we will experience an act of nature that hasn’t happened in the United States in over a century: a total solar eclipse that will cross the U.S. from coast-to-coast. Gliding across America at over 1,500 mph, only a select part of the country will have the chance to see the path of totality. This year, several homes in Asheville, North Carolina will have the privilege to see the path of maximum viewing.
The view of the solar eclipse from this charming abode will be out of this world. Hidden Echoes Farm is in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, near the town of Murphy. Sitting on over 27 acres in a gated enclave, this newer timber frame home was designed to make the most of the bucolic setting and long range views. This estate is afforded additional privacy by the Cherokee tribal land that adjoins it on two sides.
This architecturally designed Post and Beam hybrid captures nearly 360-degree views — imagine watching the eclipse from this stunning home! This elegant and comfortable mountain home has exquisite finishes, and a professionally designed garden to sip in all the Mystic Forest Community offers. Nestled next to the Nantahala National Forest, Mystic Forest has The River Lodge, a horse barn, turn out paddocks, and pasture along with a polo field/riding ring. Queens Lake is a fresh water swimming and fishing lake.
This luxurious home is located in Sylvan Habitat which encompasses approximately 480 acres of property owned by 42 residents. 180 acres is in a conservation trust that gives access to 10 miles of trails including two waterfalls. This home features an open dining/living environment as well a complete reconstruction of the kitchen/pantry and laundry area. The lower level provides a family room, sauna and three bedrooms.
Learn more about the path of the Eclipse here.