Architectural perfection encounters remarkable natural beauty! Architectural perfection in this award-winning home design is defined by: 1) open floor plan perfect for entertaining or family night at home 2) exquisite finishes, details, and lighting 3) extraordinary outdoor spaces 4) impressive curb appeal. They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Does this say remarkable beauty to you? 1) stunning Blue Ridge Mountains view 2) the home blends naturally into its surroundings like it has been there forever 3) colorful manicured landscaping 4) sights and sounds of your personal water feature. If this description is not enough to entice you to visit this masterpiece, read on for more details! This French country design by Housing Design Matters, one of the leading architectural firms, whose principal is a female architect, and was honored at the 2020 Southeast Builders Conference in the custom home under 4,000 square feet category. The home embodies a soft, light, bright, cheery, airy, feminine vibe with refined and emotional elegance while being practical and comfortable. Built in 2019 by Dillard-Jones, the home is move-in ready, furnished including kitchen utensils – just bring your toothbrush. With a reasonable offer one will be provided. Unpack your bags, set out the wine and cheese in the multiple gathering spaces both indoors and outdoors. Enjoy socializing in the kitchen which features glazed porcelain barn flooring that embraces the beauty of rustic, reclaimed, whitewashed painted wood planks that appear weathered over time. Or follow the beautiful flooring to the screened patio beyond the disappearing sliding doors which provides a seamless and harmonious transition to the outdoors flooding the home with natural light and refreshing mountain breezes. Imagine that your friends and family are watching the game on the patio TV above the fireplace. During a commercial break they venture to the putting green for some friendly competition of their own. The kids or grandkids are running around the flat fenced in yard or climbing on the rocks of the waterfall which cascades down to the putting green. Take a quick 2-minute cart or car ride to your boat slip on beautiful Lake Keowee to experience a gorgeous sunset. On crisp fall evenings, pull out the marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate to enjoy s’mores in front of the roaring bonfire in the stone firepit. Back indoors, sit with family on the comfortable great room couches in front of the fireplace which incorporates brick imported from Venice as you enjoy the view. Your guests may never want to leave after enjoying the upper level accommodations with 3 en-suites large enough for a king-size bed, a gathering room with a beverage station and balcony with majestic mountain views. Kids and grandkids will love the bonus area with the built-in bunks and room to play or watch TV. By the way multiple family and friends who have visited and enjoyed the upper level said it is like staying in a 5-star hotel. Did you know that less light reaches the retina of the older eye? According to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, older adults need two to three times as much light as younger people. The architect recognized this and consequently the home is designed with thoughtful lighting throughout, with conscious layering of ambient, accent, and way-finding lighting. Decorative light fixtures also accent the home, artwork, and the mini track lights in the bottom of the stair treads and recessed puck lights accent the dramatic wine display. Now that’s drinkable art! You will also appreciate the way-finding lights placed strategically on the stairway and in halls and rooms to help you find your way on dark nights. Come see this stunning masterpiece for yourself. I am confident you will come to the same conclusion – this is architectural perfection surrounded by natural beauty.