This home is a piece of art and North Carolina history. One of the premiere homes in Western North Carolina, Chanteloup Mansion was commissioned by French Duke Xavier de Choiseul in 1840. The grounds and garden were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect for Biltmore, and retain original stone statues and brick walkways. The home has been restored, maintained, and updated by previous owners, while keeping original amenities such as the mural in the dining room. Almost 20 acres include what were originally a croquet pitch, tennis court, circular stone pool. Basement features plenty of storage space, original wine cellar, multiple water heaters, and state-of-the-art power system. You must see this home, a glimpse into 19th century America, with comforts of the present.
Listing courtesy of Gibbs Realty and Auction Co In.
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