209 Springhouse Trail Brevard, NC 28712
209 Springhouse Trail

This property Closed on 06/15/17

  • MLS#: 584701
  • Close Price: $1,000,000
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 3,730
  • Bed/Bath: 3/3
  • Approx. Acreage: 6.280
  • Half Bath: 1
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This Property Closed On 06/15/17

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Close Price: $1,000,000

Original Listing Price: $1,350,000

Community: Brevard List Date: 05/15/15

Spectacular Platt Architecture home situated on 6+ acres in Straus Park with sweeping views over Brevard and the surrounding mountains. This comfortable home exemplifies the best of mountain architecture and features an exquisite great room with extensive beam work, wood ceilings, 2 massive stone fireplaces, gorgeous kitchen, spacious master suite with fireplace. 2 covered screened porches, charming 1 BR, 1 BA guest quarters, and 2-car garage.

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Directions: Enter Straus Park and proceed straight on Straus Parkway and veer right at the tennis courts. Take a right on Camptown Rd and an immediate left on the continuation of Camptown Rd. Follow to a left onto Springhouse Tr and proceed to the top of cul-de-sac. The driveway is marked as "Private Drive".

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Property Features

Exterior Finish:Stone, WoodBasement/Foundation:Basement Partially FinishedGarage/Carport:Garage - 2 CarFloors:Tile, WoodRoof:Architectural ShingleHeating:Gas Forced Air, ZonedCooling:Central, ElectricWater:City WaterSewer:City SewerPorch:Back, Covered, ScreenedDrive:Asphalt, GravelYear Built:2008Tax Amount:$11977.36Association Fee:$770.00 / ?Inside City:YesSubdivision:Straus ParkInterior Features:Built-Ins, Kitchen Island, Vaulted Ceiling, Window Treatments, Second Living QuartersAppliances:Cooktop, Dishwasher, Dryer, Gas Oven/Range, Microwave, Refrigerator, WasherLot Description:Lake Access, Mountain View, Paved Frontage, Private, Year Round View

Listed by Fisher Realty - 10 Park Place

Being a small town doesn't mean you can't offer some of the finest charms Western North Carolina has to offer. Just ask the 7,000 residents of Brevard, the county seat of Transylvania County. The town has distinguished itself as an epicenter for nearby outdoor adventures, education, art and music.

Transylvania can justly claim to be "The Land of Waterfalls," as some 250 waterfalls exist in the county. Some are relatively small and gentle. Others take big, breathtaking plunges into mountain pools. Looking Glass Falls, for example, drops 60 feet amid a stunning crop of...Read More

Being a small town doesn't mean you can't offer some of the finest charms Western North Carolina has to offer. Just ask the 7,000 residents of Brevard, the county seat of Transylvania County. The town has distinguished itself as an epicenter for nearby outdoor adventures, education, art and music.

Transylvania can justly claim to be "The Land of Waterfalls," as some 250 waterfalls exist in the county. Some are relatively small and gentle. Others take big, breathtaking plunges into mountain pools. Looking Glass Falls, for example, drops 60 feet amid a stunning crop of boulders and is one of the most-photographed waterfalls in the country. The wildly popular Sliding Rock is a natural waterslide where thousands of visitors slide down its long, slick surface into a 6-feet-deep pool at the bottom.

Remarkably, more than half of the land in Transylvania is publicly owned and protected, including 88,000 acres of Pisgah National Forest, the 10,000-acre DuPont State Park and the 7,600-acre Georges State Park. Together, these offer myriad opportunities for biking, camping, climbing, hiking, horseback riding, paddling and sightseeing.

Another natural treasure, tucked within the Pisgah National Forest, is the Cradle of Forestry, site of the first forestry school in the United States. The national forest is also home to the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, a state-run facility that hosts students of all ages to learn about the region's unique biodiversity.

The headwaters of the French Broad River, one of the oldest rivers in the world, are located near Brevard. A few miles west of the town, the master guides at Headwaters Outfitters help residents and visitors alike take advantage of all the river has to offer. It's a hot spot for tubing, canoeing, kayaking and flyfishing. Nearby, the Davidson River, another renowned trout-fishing destination, flows through the Pisgah National Forest.

There's also plenty to enjoy in the heart of Brevard, a vibrant and walkable hub of independent shops, boutiques, galleries, pubs and eateries. Between April and December, the Fourth Friday Gallery Walks - a monthly celebration of local art, food, wine and music - offer an especially pleasant way to peruse local businesses and get to know neighbors. More local arts are highlighted on the Scenic 276 South Fine Art & Craft Corridor - a 13-mile stretch of state road that showcases numerous galleries and studios.

It's a rare town that can boast of hosting an equal number of barbecue joints and Asian restaurants - and just as many ice cream parlors - but in Brevard it's true.

The Brevard Music Center has hosted noted performers for the past 75 years. Its signature event is the annual Brevard Music Festival, which spans seven summer weeks and features more than 80 different acts. Local music aficionados also take in shows at Brevard College's Paul Porter Center for the Performing Arts.

Contributing to the town's special character is Brevard College, a small liberal arts school founded in 1934 and located adjacent to downtown.

In March, the college hosts the world touring Banff Mountain Film Festival, a big-screen celebration of films and documentaries about life and sports in the wild. In May, the town pays tribute its signature furry creature with the White Squirrel Festival. White squirrels, you ask? As it happens, the Brevard area is home to a rare concentration of, well, white squirrels. The festival features a parade, free concerts, a "Squirrel Box Derby" and other, well, "nutty" amusements.

Come summer, Brevard's Main Street becomes a prime place to cut a rug. Each Tuesday night, Old Time Street Dances are held to a soundtrack of live bluegrass.

Community Amenities

  • Outfitter/River Pro

Nearby Activities

  • Lake Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Running
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Boating
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Swimming
  • Dining
  • Entertainment
  • Art/Culture
  • Secondary Education
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