What’s it like to live in the most meditative homes in the North Carolina mountains? Come inside.
House of Stories
For a Wilmington writer, her childhood home was like a fairy tale — full of love and adventure, joy and heartbreak, and even a ghost. But the historic house that she turned into a bed and breakfast holds more than her own memories: Here, endless narratives fill pages and shelves.
The Heritage House
In Caswell County, a cabin built from old tobacco barns reflects one family’s farming history in every way you might expect — and many you wouldn’t.
A Porch with a Past on Lake Toxaway
Every porch has a history, a tale told through its architecture and owners. In Transylvania County, one special porch has seen more than a century of change, its story forever tied to the creation, ruination, and rebirth of Lake Toxaway.
The Linville Look
The elegantly rustic bark shingles that give this mountain town its character are as fashionable today as they were more than a century ago when a famous architect introduced them.