WLOS HOME OF THE WEEK

WLOS Home of the Week: 132 Eastman Place

Welcome to 132 Eastman Place, Mill Spring

You won’t believe the custom features throughout this mountaintop “lodge” home.

This amazing arts and crafts luxury home in the Bright’s Creek Golf and Equestrian Community has a mountaintop “lodge” feel without losing any of its hominess. The six-bedroom, six-bathroom home features vaulted ceilings above the spacious great room, a formal dining room, and finished basement. Outside you can enjoy long-range, year-round views from its front and back stone porches and outdoor fireplace. A premier Bright’s Creek membership conveys with the home, offering equestrian facilities, trails, golf, clubhouse, dining, and much more ($55,000 value).

About Polk County

Polk County, the “First Peak of the Blue Ridge,” welcomes flatlanders to a higher altitude, with elevations ranging from just under 800 feet at the Green and Broad Rivers to over 3,200 feet on Tryon Peak and Wildcat Spur. Most of Polk’s 20,000 residents cluster near the county’s three main towns of Saluda, Tryon, and Columbus. Tryon International Equestrian Center, a sprawling, $100-million equestrian center and luxury resort, operates nearby in Mill Spring.
Read more about Polk County.

Read more about Polk County.

 

Spend a moment and take an in-depth 3D tour of this exquisite home.

 

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