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In the epitome of Gilded Age splendor, the largest private estate ever built in the United States was a French Chateau in Asheville called The Biltmore House. She is affectionately referred to as the "Lady on the Hill." Such a home presides over the Cashiers Valley at 2808 Big Sheepcliff. This Lady on the Hill in Cashiers shines like a beacon from anywhere in the area as a respected Grand Dame. This iconic home was built by the celebrated designers from Atlanta known as "Ainsworth Noah." Their sophisticated style is evident throughout the entire home with two grand salons, two primary bedrooms on the main level, two side by side kitchens, a banquet dining room and two upper level private guest suites. This bold achievement boasts an enviable view at the Summit in the gated and prestigious Big Sheepcliff community minutes away from the Cashiers crossroads. The beauty of the home with open porches, decks and an enchanting yard is well presented from the gated entrance to the welcoming front door. This magnificent home is available only for the second time to another family besides its creators. Sited on 6.27 acres, you have maximum privacy but convenience to all the restaurants, shops and outdoor activities that Cashiers has to offer. Listed mostly furnished with magnificent antiques for $2,800,000.

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Listed by HIGHLANDS SOTHEBYS INTL RLTY - DT OFFICE

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