Vote: Which Mountain House is for You?

Vote: Which Mountain House is for You?

You know what Springtime means--home sales!
Everything from in-town efficiencies to two hundred acre horse farms have hit the market in the past few weeks, which makes it the perfect time for another edition of "Which Mountain House is for You."
I've picked two homes that are for sale in the southern Appalachians. They're both in the same price range--this time a whopping $1.3 million. (It's fun to dream!) But that's where the similarities end. They’re different styles with different features.
So which mountain house is for you?
Vote here, and leave a comment below. It would be great to hear what won you over.
Downtown Condo
Charlottesville, Virginia

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This stunner touches the sky. In one of Charlottesville's premiere downtown condo buildings, it towers over the area's low rise buildings, affording you breathtaking mountain views. With three bedrooms, it's big enough for a small family. Features include:
  • 10 foot ceilings
  • Gas fireplace
  • Walnut built ins
  • Balcony
  • Garage parking for two
  • Walkable to all that downtown Charlottesville has to offer

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At this price point, mountain views are a must, and this classic contemporary comes through. Its soaring, 28 foot windows face rolling fields and the nearby mountains, but scenery is just the start. This house is overflowing with superlatives:

  • Four and half premium baths with marble galore and a bidet
  • Two master suites
  • Not one, not two, but three Jennair ovens
  • An elevator to zip between stories
  • Hot tub
  • Heated three car garage and workshop
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