1256 Brightwood Trail N
Deep Gap, North Carolina NC 28618
Price: $437,500
Mortgage Calculator
MLS#: 39206692
Status: Active
Bedrooms: 3 Bed
Total Baths: 3 Bath
Full Baths: 3 Bath
Square Feet: 2,915 Sq Ft
Acres: 10.370 Acres
Year Built: 2002

MAHARISHI STHAPATYA VEDA MASTERPIECE! Unique Feng Shui Home of Tranquility in Brightwoods 650-acre paradise beckon you to visit and enjoy a closer connection with Earth and nature, ensconced in a community of like-minded spirits. The MVA construction and design will soothe your soul, sustaining tranquility and an intimate, harmonious connection to the universe. Set on ten tranquil acres in beautiful Brightwood, an intentional community designed as sanctuary for nature and wildlife, you will enjoy the gentle, wooded approach and the serenity of arriving where the only sounds are wind in the trees and wildlife in the woods. Walking past the vastu fence, one feels ensconced in a womb of tranquility as the vastu and flowerbeds form a membrane between home within and world without. One breathes easier glimpsing golden glow of light flowing from within, aware how little space separates this home from its cocoon of nature. Glass is ubiquitous. The front door, facing the sunrise is a piece of art, heavy, stout, natural, beautiful. Once through the threshold, you feel energy flowing, circling easily throughout the home. There is little to block the flow, as few architectural divisions divide. Wherever we turn our eyes, channels of space and light open upon us. You find yourself relaxing. First in the foyer, feel the texture as the muscles in your feet undulate on solid slate. The texture travels under your feet and eyes a reminder that the materials inside are natural elements of the Earth. Eyes open above to a cavernous cathedral ceiling. Looking left and right one sees servants windows one to the kitchen, one to the great room. Here the floor transitions with such grace, balance and proportion from the slate hall to beautiful hardwoods on either side. Channels of light pass through this home uninterrupted in every direction. The Maharishi design is evident as we advance toward the Brahmasthan, which establishes the wholeness of this home. Here is the central space of the home, brightened beneath a skylight and cupola. One never walks on the Brahmasthan where you willl find a beautiful carpet, graced with small table and your favorite vase. As the vastu forms the perimeter, here we feel the center of the healthful energy in this home. Just past the Brahmasthan is the proportionally wide staircase climbing to windows releasing light to the west. From the center, left is the large welcoming kitchen and dining space, beyond which is a large laundry suite (my second favorite room in the home). Right is great room and first floor bedroom. Each of these spaces celebrates connection to nature with transparent walls. The exterior of this home is truly a membrane connecting inner and outer worlds. I breathe easier writing about this home just remembering the experience of being there, where the distinction between within and without is ephemeral. MVA connects more than divides. Circling into the kitchen is a delight experiencing light pouring through the glass over the large farm sink and dancing lightly on the granite counters and island. Glass cabinets continue the theme of transparency. Glancing through the pass-through service slots to the foyer brings you full circle. The island takes us back toward the comfortable dining space with table for eight. Around the corner, the large laundry suite is typical of the epic nooks and crannies that mark this home so specially as they ensconce one in a womb of warmth. The great room like all others here is merely space on the other side of a transparent membrane visually admitting within, the nature and wildlife without. Gazing out any of these membranes one can view gorgeous gardens in spring. With windows open, one hears bees buzzing by the apple blooms. Stay too long in garden with your glass of wine and witness a conflagration above as firmament explodes in celestial profusion like a garland of diamonds in the night sky. Nothing but nature intrudes upon your reverie. Back inside you will appreciate the country tongue-and-groove walls accented in tasteful pastels that obliquely blend the light nicely through the home. Ascending the staircase from the Veda Hall toward the mezzanine beneath skylights and cupola, forming a vast, vertical column of light, you are heading for some very special spaces. Here you will find three mostly glass-walled bedrooms. The master includes a designer bath mildly redolent of mid-century, art-deco Miami. I found the space piquant, from the exotic marble, curved counter, garden tub, stand-alone tile shower with wrap windows. The bamboo-like, louvre doors for linen closet complete the effect. In the master suite, the culminating moment for me was walking around the corner into the private study, ensconced as usual in glass to draw the outside within no matter what time of day or season. Why camp out when you can invite nature within the friendly confines of your own home! Walking back downstairs you will renew your appreciation of the subtle and artistic interplay of colors as well as the gentle punctuation of light from sconces gracing the halls and staircase. Walking away from this home at night – that is what you will remember the glow of golden interior light flooding this comely wood. Overlooked in this description are the forty acres of community gardens, massive waterfalls, swimming holes, trout streams and hiking trails, just a short walk away, all in the amenities of Brightwood. An entire universe of tranquility awaits you in this peaceful paradise. If you seek solace in a natural setting within which to make your home, you may have just stumbled upon your dream come true. Call or e-mail us today and we will introduce you to your destiny tomorrow. Or follow the directions below and see for yourselves the power and majesty of this sublime setting: DIRECTIONS TO 1256 BRIGHTWOOD TRAIL NORTH DEEP GAP, NC: From Boone at the intersection of Hwy 105 and Hwy 421 (King Street), take Hwy 421 South/East go 3.5 miles to Right onto Old Hwy 421 go 1.7 miles to Right onto Elk Creek Road go 4.1 miles to Right onto Wes Randall Road go 0.1 mile to Left onto Brightwood Trail N go 0.4 miles to Right to continue on Brightwood Trail go 0.7 miles to destination on your right # 1256 and driveway. (This home may not be for those who wish to reside in-town or five minutes from. It is 25 minutes from Boone with some curvy driving with about the last mile on gravel. Conversely it is that much closer to points-east, like Raleigh-Durham Triangle and the Greensboro Triad so it is closer to those communities than coming all the way into Boone.) Below are the remarks posted directly to our fellow agents in the MLS: MAHARISHI STHAPATYA VEDA MASTERPIECE! Unique Feng Shui Home of Tranquility in Brightwood now offered at a song! Enjoy the immense benefits of mindfully-made home design. Feel the fortune-creating, energy-sustaining effects of simply being in this exquisite space. Aligned to the rising sun with flooding light flowing easily and unimpeded through from one end to the other, MVA homes are like no other. Enjoy its particular propensity for proper proportion. Set on its perfect piece of Earth within Brightwoods 650-acre peaceful park-like property you will find no home more serene. Come be.

Bob de Camara
Title: Broker in Charge
Cell Phone: (828) 964-3499

Additional Information

Primary Features

Days on Market: 31
( Zone) Township: 3-Elk, Stoney Fork (Jobs Cabin, Elk, WILKES)
Amenities: Wooded, Satellite
Appliances: Dryer Hookup, Gas Range, Refrigerator, Washer Hookup, Dishwasher, Microwave
Basement: Crawl Space
County: Watauga
Driveway: Private Gravel
Exterior: Wood
Garage: 2 Car, Detached
Porch/Deck: Covered
Property Taxes: 1715.00
Property Type: Residential
Style: Other-See Remarks, Farmhouse, Contemporary
Subdivision: Brightwood
Year Built: 2002
Zoning: Residential,Subdivision,Deed Restrictions

Interior Features

Attic: Pull Down
Fireplace: One, Woodburning, Free Standing, Flue
Heat/Air: Air Conditioning, Forced Air-Propane, Central A/C
Hot Water: Gas

External Features

Road: Private Gravel
Roof: Asphalt Shingle
Sewer/Septic: Private
Water: Private Well
Windows: Double Pane

Financial Details

POA Fees: 700.00
POA Fees Paid: Yearly

Location Information

Fire District: Stewart Simmons
Lot Number: 19 A & B

Zoning Info


Listing Courtesy of Boone Real Estate.

The content relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the IDX program of the High Country Multiple Listing Service. Listing content is copyright ©2017 High Country MLS. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. The information provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties for purchasing. This information was last updated Wednesday, March 29th, 2017. Some properties which appear for sale on this web site may subsequently have sold or may no longer be available. Please contact Boone Real Estate directly for additional information pertaining to the status and availability of properties displayed on this website.
Data services provided by IDX Broker
{"page":"listing","idxID":"a424","listingID":"39206692","extra":"Deep-Gap-1256-Brightwood-Trail-N"}
http://www.BooneRealEstate.com
details.php
http://go.BooneRealEstate.com
details