WLOS Home of the Week: 615 Brandywine Road

Welcome to 615 Brandywine Road, Waynesville

Relax and renew yourself in this home’s park-like setting—a well-landscaped private lot.

This contemporary showstopper is a custom-built, one-owner home in the Shadow Woods subdivision near Waynesville and Asheville. Pleasure and comfort were the first priority when this home was built, from the light and bright floor plan to the private sauna. The spacious master bedroom on the main level has a sensual master bathroom with gold- and silver-plated faucets, jacuzzi tub, and seven-head shower.

No details were overlooked and many extras were added, including etched glass art, maple flooring, granite counter tops, and a double-sided gas log fireplace. You can also relish in the painted outdoor murals and make unforgettable memories on the large deck with remarkable winter views.

About Waynesville

High peaks surround the town of Waynesville, once billed as the Gateway to the Smokies and now the seat of Haywood County. Where to Retire magazine named Waynesville one of its “100 Best Places to Retire,” calling it the best mountain town with also the best main street. The recently restored train district in Frog Level has gained recognition as a National Historic District and is now home to a collection of small galleries, a coffee roastery, and a microbrewery.

Read more about Waynesville.


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






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