Modern Style Mountain Home at High Elevation
Elegant modern style front door with opaque glass
ghost chairs
High-end Modern Kitchen in New Construction Mountain Home
Live edge powder room vanity
Master Bath Curbless Shower
Deck with swing and fireplace with seating area above 4000 feet sea level

Waynesville Mountain Modern Craftsman

Tucked into the mountainside at nearly 4300 feet in elevation, this reserved Craftsman style home with exterior of dark gray shingles, stained heavy timbers and stone gives a subtle suggestion of what’s inside with its marine blue trim.  Step inside to a rustic modern beauty that provides a balanced interplay between the rich but spare interior materials and dark windows that frame the resplendent mountain view.  Neutral palettes punctuated with pattern and soft color set the tone for a home design that is simultaneously effortless and complex.





ACM Design PA


ACM Design PA


Brock Builders


Barry Cosgrove Landscape Design


Kevin Meechan


Waynesville, NC


Custom New Home, Outdoor Living, Waynesville, NC


Modern Craftsman, Modern Mountain

Are you Planning to
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If you’ve ever driven the Blue Ridge Parkway and dreamt of living in the Smoky Mountains or the Southern Appalachians, we’ve compiled a series of complimentary guides rich with information about designing a mountain home. Informed by our decades of experience as mountain home architects, we share expert advice about topics like building on steep slopes, terrain-specific building costs, and materials suited for withstanding the mountain weather. Our passion for creating personalized and heartfelt homes is apparent in all of our work and it is our pleasure to share our expertise with you in these free and informative guides.