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Nestled into a regenerating forest in NC, adjacent to the Little TN River Conservancy, the Copper House is surrounded by Nat'l Forest, inside the Appalachian Trail Wilderness Corridor, making this truly an oasis of nature that will remain uniquely secluded. Designed & built by New Zealand's premier architect, Evan Crawford, it's completely sheathed in copper plate on every exterior surface and blends into the valley where 2 creeks merge below the home. It's masterfully designed from the elevated entry walk to the tree accommodating cutouts to window-walls framing the canopy. The stunning entry way is graced by natural stone, framing the copper water-feature & stone work dividing the kitchen & great room. All living spaces have adjacent decks with outdoor showers & views of the valley. Spacious bedrooms with custom in-suite bath enhance the open, outdoor feel. An explorers dream, the multiple creeks, rock escarpments & private waterfall complete this one-of-a-kind estate.

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