Highlands House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Attached Unit, 4.5 Baths, (Sleeps 9-11)
This unique log cabin is a combination of mountain history and all the modern conveniences of a new home. It was built with attention to detail from four antique 1828 to 1842 log cabins from Kentucky and North Georgia. It has great spaces for entertaining, 3 well appointed bedrooms plus a sleeping studio and 4 1/2 baths. There are comfortable sleeping arrangements for 9 with a king, queen, two doubles, and 3 twin beds. All rooms are large and all have vaulted ceilings except the kitchen. The great room has a huge stone fireplace. The cabin sits on 1.69 acres giving it privacy without being remote and has a wonderful view of Shortoff Mountain. From Bearpaw Cabin it is an easy 4 mile drive to downtown Highlands.
The home is beautifully decorated with American antiques, beautiful quilts, rustic mountain accessories and local art. It is an easy place to settle into and enjoy all of the amenities offered in the resort town of Highlands.
Keywords: Mountain view, close to town, spacious interiors are great for entertaining, quiet private surroundings, filled with rustic American antiques, modern bathrooms and comfortable bedding!
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Bearpaw was the completion of my life long dream to build a rustic mountain home from reclaimed log cabins. It was a year long labor of love involving many talented local craftsmen and a crew from Kentucky who are experts in the restoration art of working with pioneer materials and bringing them into the 21st century with modern conveniences. I had great joy in the construction and design and floor plan of the 4 cabins built to create one home filled with old and new treasures collected over a life time and put into this home for the enjoyment of all who visit and stay there. My dog and I love the walks along Shortoff Road and surrounding area. We are delighted to share our treasure with you.
Highlands is the highest incorporated town east of the Mississippi, at 4118 feet. It is located in a temperate rain forest and has been a mountain retreat for visitors for over a century. Several restaurants in the area have been awarded the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Nature abounds; all type of outdoor activities are available - golf, rock climbing , white water rafting, tennis, hiking and more. There are also many cultural opportunities; summer theatre Playhouse, chamber Music concerts, art galleries, antique stores and lectures.